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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Trivial Update of "TashiProposal" by DavidOHallaron
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2008 15:34:39 GMT
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  ''Commitment to future development.'' The risk of the developers abandoning the project
is small, mainly because they all own and manage moderate to large scale clusters, and desperately
need something like Tashi to provision and manage those clusters. We also need a system like
Tashi to serve as an extensible platform for our research.
  
- ''Experience with open source.'' Yahoo has had a significant and positive experience with
the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) and Hadoop. While Intel and Carnegie Mellon have developed
some non-ASF style open source projects in the past (e.g., Internet Suspend/Resume, OpenDHT,
and OpenDiamond), they have no experience with ASF-style open source communities. However,
they hope to benefit from Yahoo's considerable experience in this area.
+ ''Experience with open source.'' Yahoo has had a significant and positive experience with
the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) and Hadoop. While Intel and Carnegie Mellon have developed
some non-ASF style open source projects in the past (e.g., Internet Suspend/Resume, OpenDHT,
and Open``Diamond), they have no experience with ASF-style open source communities. However,
they hope to benefit from Yahoo's considerable experience in this area.
  
  ''Diversity of developer community.'' The initial code base for Tashi was developed by a
single research programmer, Michael Ryan, at Intel Research Pittsburgh. An important reason
for putting Tashi in the incubator is to expand the set of developers to include programmers
from Carnegie Mellon and Yahoo, initially, and later, hopefully, from other groups such as
Usher at UCSD, cluster-on-demand from Duke University, and the RAD Lab at Berkeley.
  

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