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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "June2012" by ArvindPrabhakar
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2012 20:24:06 GMT
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The "June2012" page has been changed by ArvindPrabhakar:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/June2012?action=diff&rev1=12&rev2=13

   * Community vote: PASSED. Vote (1), Result (2)
   * Incubator PMC Vote: IN PROGRESS. Vote (3)
   * During the community vote a concern was raised regarding whether the podling had sufficient
diversity (4). Discussion thread (5). Key points discussed in this thread are as follows:
-   * There are at least 4 different organizations represented in the current set of committers
(6). However the concern qualified as diversity of PPMC and not committers.
+   * There are at least 4 different organizations represented in the current set of committers
(6). However the concern was later qualified as diversity of PPMC and not committers.
    * There are at least four different organizations represented in the PPMC (7). Incidentally,
two of the PPMC members remain interested but have taken a back seat given that they are either
busy due to family circumstances (8) or are satisfied by how the current PPMC is operating
and do not feel the need to intervene given their other commitments (9). As a result the only
active organizations are Cloudera and Intuit, where the representation from Intuit is that
of a mentor who is also a committer.
    * The discussion shifted back to diversity of committers and it was noted that a vast
majority of the commits were coming from a single committer and virtually all commits were
from Cloudera employees (10).
    * It was clarified that Flume follows RTC policy where the committers do not commit their
own patches and instead the reviewer does it for them. As a result the numbers pointed out
in (10) were not representative of actual contributions. Actual contributions can be found
from assigned Jira tickets which show that on an average a Cloudera committer has made 26
contributions while a non-Cloudera committer has made 5 (11). This is likely because Cloudera
committers usually work during office hours whereas other committers may not.

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