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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "November2009" by GregStein
Date Sat, 14 Nov 2009 18:22:20 GMT
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The "November2009" page has been changed by GregStein.
The comment on this change is: note that the software grant has been recorded.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/November2009?action=diff&rev1=27&rev2=28

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  = Subversion =
  
- Subversion entered the Incubator on November 7, 2009. About five days before this report
was written.
+ Subversion entered the Incubator on November 7, 2009.
  
  Discussions have been occurring on general@incubator with respect to graduation requirements,
and some options for the podling's mailing lists and location in the main ASF Subversion repository.
In addition, a number of discussions have been occurring on Subversion's developer mailing
list (dev@subversion.tigris.org) regarding the mailing lists (migration, shut down, target
address, etc), repository choices and location, which bug tracker to use, website migration,
and the buildbot system(s).
  
@@ -114, +114 @@

  
  INFRA-2324 has been opened to construct the core five mailing lists for the Subversion podling:
dev@, users@, commits@, private@, and announce@. These mailing lists will be built on the
subversion.apache.org hostname. While this is non-standard for a podling, discussion on general@incubator
has raised no issues with it. We will later backfill archives for these lists with the content
from their equivalents on subversion.tigris.org.
  
- The software grant is in progress: svncorp has filled out the form, and is getting a quick
review of Exhibit A before faxing it in. That should happen in the next day or two.
+ The software grant from Subversion Corporation was filed in ASF records on November 14.
  
  Many Subversion developers have been sending ICLAs into the ASF. An initial batch of *eighteen*
account requests has been sent to root. There are fifteen(!) Subversion committers who already
had accounts at the ASF, and they will simply be added to the authorization file for the Subversion
repository.
  

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