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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "October2018" by Justin Mclean
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2018 20:38:59 GMT
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The "October2018" page has been changed by Justin Mclean:
https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/October2018?action=diff&rev1=67&rev2=68

Comment:
aAdd missing reports and reflow report

  ||Tue October 09 ||Mentor signoff due by end of day ||
  ||Wed October 10 ||Report submitted to Board ||
  ||Wed October 17 ||Board meeting ||
- 
  
  === Shepherd Assignments ===
  ||Dave Fisher ||DLab ||
@@ -43, +42 @@

  podlings executed 10 distinct releases and there are several ongoing votes 
  on releases for October. We added 2 new IPMC members.
  
- In September one podling Gearpump retired. BatchEE still seems stuck in performing the last
graduation steps and needs some nudging over the line. Several other podlings are heading
towards graduation or retirement. There was one IP clearance.
+ In September one podling Gearpump retired. BatchEE still seems stuck in 
+ performing the last graduation steps and needs some nudging over the line. 
+ Several other podlings are heading towards graduation or retirement. There was 
+ one IP clearance.
  
- The number of podlings (XX) that didn't report has ... continued to improve / was less than
last month.
+ The number of podlings (3) that didn't report has is similar to last month. They have been
asked to report next mont of concern is Weex who failed to respond to queries on the dev and
private list. There seem to be little activity on the dev list other than GitHub traffic.
  
- The situation with Milagro is concerning as they missed reporting many times, the PPMC are
inactive or didn't realise that they were on the PPMC (they do now). Despite yet another
+ The situation with Milagro is concerning as they missed reporting many times, 
+ the PPMC are inactive or didn't realise that they were on the PPMC (they do 
- strong suggestion to retire, they still want to restart the project. It may be difficult
to do so as the project never really got started at Apache and most of the initial committers
haven't signed ICLAs. They did report this month.
+ now). Despite yet another strong suggestion to retire, they still want to restart the project.
It may be  difficult to do so as the project never really got started at Apache and most 
of the initial committers haven't signed ICLAs. They did report this month.
  
- The Superset podling (as reported last month) seems to have a few other issues (see mailing
list), but they are responding and fixing the issues and a mentor (Jim) was sorting the situation
out. However they are continuing to make unapproved releases and Jim has retired as a mentor.
It's currently unclear if any of the other mentors are active.
+ The Superset podling (as reported last month) seems to have a few other issues 
+ (see mailing list), but they are responding and fixing the issues and a mentor 
+ (Jim) was sorting the situation out. However they are continuing to make 
+ unapproved releases and Jim has retired as a mentor. It's currently unclear if 
+ any of the other mentors are active.
  
  MXNext had several new mentors added to help with diversity among it's mentors.
  
- An email was sent out to all inactive mentors and we've had 60% respond, most of those who
responded have indicated that will step down. So far 24 mentors has asked to be removed and
it's likely that most of the 26 who haven't responded are inactive and will need to be removed.
Good news is 9 have asked to continue. This has left several podlings with only a one or two
active mentors, which is no change from before but now we know the true situation. We have
had a few people ask to be a mentor and several mentors who were inactive, and who asked to
stay on, have showed signs of increased activity.
+ An email was sent out to all inactive mentors and we've had 60% respond, most 
+ of those who responded have indicated that will step down. So far 24 mentors 
+ has asked to be removed and it's likely that most of the 26 who haven't 
+ responded are inactive and will need to be removed. Good news is 9 have asked 
+ to continue. This has left several podlings with only a one or two active 
+ mentors, which is no change from before but now we know the true situation. We 
+ have had a few people ask to be a mentor and several mentors who were inactive, 
+ and who asked to stay on, have showed signs of increased activity.
  
- I just want to thank all the mentors for their past work and for those who recognised that
the best thing that they could do for their podling was to step aside. Missing signing off
3 board reports in a row turns out to be a useful metric as a proxy for mentor activity (about
an 85% correlation).
+ I just want to thank all the mentors for their past work and for those who 
+ recognised that the best thing that they could do for their podling was to step 
+ aside. Missing signing off 3 board reports in a row turns out to be a useful 
+ metric as a proxy for mentor activity (about an 85% correlation).
  
- In the discussion on what to do about podlings tasked with writing bylaws / guidelines in
their graduation proposal, there's general consensus that podlings should be not asked to
do this. A draft minimal default set of guidelines has been created. This will be brought
to the boards attention in the next few weeks.
+ In the discussion on what to do about podlings tasked with writing bylaws / 
+ guidelines in their graduation proposal, there's general consensus that 
+ podlings should be not asked to do this. A draft minimal default set of 
+ guidelines has been created. This will be brought to the boards attention in 
+ the next few weeks.
  
- A new question has been added to the report asking podlings if they are getting enough support
from their mentors, hopefully this will identify missing mentors earlier.
+ A new question has been added to the report asking podlings if they are getting 
+ enough support from their mentors, hopefully this will identify missing mentors 
+ earlier.
  
- A small change to the incubator proposal template should help with podlings taking too long
to incubate or at least frame their expectations.
+ A small change to the incubator proposal template should help with podlings 
+ taking too long to incubate or at least frame their expectations.
  
  * Community
  
@@ -80, +104 @@

  
  * Podlings that failed to report, expected next month
  
-   TODO
+  - Amaterasu (draft on list not submitted in time)
+  - SensSoft (draft on list not submitted in time)
+  - Weex (did not respond to queries)
  
  * Graduations
  
@@ -168, +194 @@

  aware of?
  No!
  
- 
- How has the community developed since the last report?
- 1. Since our last podling report 1 month ago (i.e. between September 4 & October 1,
inclusive), we grew our contributors from 548 to 580 (32 new contributors)
- 2. Since our last podling report 1 month ago (i.e. between September 4 & October 1,
inclusive), we resolved 151 pull requests (currently at 3114 closed PRs)
- 3. Since being accepted into the incubator, the number of companies officially using Apache
Airflow has risen from 193 to 206, 13 new from the last podling report 1 month ago.
- 
- 
- How has the project developed since the last report?
+ How has the community developed since the last report?
+ 1. Since our last podling report 1 month ago (i.e. between September 4 & 
+ October 1, inclusive), we grew our contributors from 548 to 580 (32 new 
+ contributors)
+ 2. Since our last podling report 1 month ago (i.e. between September 4 & 
+ October 1, inclusive), we resolved 151 pull requests (currently at 3114 closed 
+ PRs)
+ 3. Since being accepted into the incubator, the number of companies officially 
+ using Apache Airflow has risen from 193 to 206, 13 new from the last podling 
+ report 1 month ago.
+ 
+ How has the project developed since the last report?
- See above : 151 PRs resolved, 32 new contributors, & 13 new companies  officially using
it.
+ See above : 151 PRs resolved, 32 new contributors, & 13 new companies  
+ officially using it.
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -197, +228 @@

  Have your mentors been helpful and responsive or are things falling
  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
- One of our mentors is pretty active and helpful, one of our mentors has never been involved,
and one is in the middle.
+ One of our mentors is pretty active and helpful, one of our mentors has never 
+ been involved, and one is in the middle.
  
  Signed-off-by:
  
@@ -209, +241 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Amaterasu
@@ -229, +259 @@

  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
  
- 
- 
- How has the community developed since the last report?
- 
- 
- 
- How has the project developed since the last report?
+ How has the community developed since the last report?
  
+ How has the project developed since the last report?
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -252, +277 @@

    XXXX-XX-XX
  
  When were the last committers or PPMC members elected?
- 
  
  Have your mentors been helpful and responsive or are things falling
  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](amaterasu) Jean-Baptiste Onofré
@@ -269, +292 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Annotator
@@ -289, +310 @@

  aware of?
  
  The project has lost mentors and would invite help from interested mentors.
- This report is a return to regular cadence; it reflects only the month of September.
+ This report is a return to regular cadence; it reflects only the month of 
+ September.
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
@@ -324, +346 @@

  Mentors have been helpful and attentive and are working to set
  expectations for project development and address recent stagnation.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](annotator) Nick Kew
@@ -333, +354 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  BatchEE
@@ -361, +380 @@

  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
- No strong change. We are starting back to work on the graduation, hoping to do it before
the end of the year
+ No strong change. We are starting back to work on the graduation, hoping to do 
+ it before the end of the year
  if conferences and work load enable us to do so.
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
@@ -385, +405 @@

  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](batchee) Jean-Baptiste Onofré
@@ -396, +415 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  DLab
@@ -448, +465 @@

  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [X](dlab) P. Taylor Goetz
@@ -460, +476 @@

  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
  Dave Fisher - Podling starting up slowly. There is mentor engagement.
- 
  
  --------------------
  Doris
@@ -472, +487 @@

  
  Three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation:
  
-   1. Finished configuration for each Apache ID, it means each committer could commit their
patches to new repo and then we are going to set up a CI system.
+   1. Finished configuration for each Apache ID, it means each committer could 
+ commit their patches to new repo and then we are going to set up a CI system.
-   2. Set up the podling website for Doris and then we will continue to complete the website,
include write guide to new user.
+   2. Set up the podling website for Doris and then we will continue to complete 
-   3. Committed some patches for bug fix and something else, and then we will make the new
commit rules, and prepare to fix license header and etc.
- 
+ the website, include write guide to new user.
+   3. Committed some patches for bug fix and something else, and then we will 
+ make the new commit rules, and prepare to fix license header and etc.
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
@@ -484, +501 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
- Finished configuration for each Apache ID, it means each committer could commit their patches
to new repo.
+ Finished configuration for each Apache ID, it means each committer could commit 
+ their patches to new repo.
- Set up the podling website for Doris and we will continue to complete the website.
+ Set up the podling website for Doris and we will continue to complete the 
+ website.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
- Committed some patches for bug fix and something else, and then we will make the new commit
rules, and prepare to fix license header.
+ Committed some patches for bug fix and something else, and then we will make 
+ the new commit rules, and prepare to fix license header.
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -523, +543 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Gobblin
@@ -549, +567 @@

  
  * 74% of commits were from non-committer contributors.
  * Email stats since last report: 
-     user@gobblin.incubator.apache.org : 10 dev@gobblin.incubator.apache.org : 243
+     user@gobblin.incubator.apache.org : 10 dev@gobblin.incubator.apache.org : 
+ 243
  * There have been 61 Commits since last report:
      git log --format='%ci' | grep -cE '((2018-0(7|8|9))|(2018-10))'
  * 45 ie. 74% of those commits were by non-committers:
@@ -601, +620 @@

  Signed-off-by:
  
    [X](gobblin) Jean-Baptiste Onofre
-      Comments: Great presentation at ApacheCon (which convince me again to contribute on
the codebase).
+      Comments: Great presentation at ApacheCon (which convince me again to 
+ contribute on the codebase).
    [ ](gobblin) Olivier Lamy
       Comments:
    [ ](gobblin) Jim Jagielski
       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Livy
@@ -627, +645 @@

    2. Grow more contributors and committers.
    3. Regular release.
  
- 
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
  
  None
- 
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
@@ -642, +658 @@

  Thrift
  server implementation).
  
- 
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
  A new feature (Hive-compatible Thrift server) is being implemented, and some
  code to support legacy releases of Java, Scala and Spark have been removed.
- 
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -684, +698 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Marvin-AI
@@ -714, +726 @@

  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
- 
  * N/A
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
@@ -738, +749 @@

  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](marvin-ai) Jim Jagielski
@@ -749, +759 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Milagro
@@ -770, +778 @@

  
  We need support to restart the project management and to make the code released.
  
- This project have been stalled for several month because initial committers from Miracl
unfortunately stopped activities from external reasons.
- We already have a set of codes that will work as the initial product, and it will need some
editorial (and possibly legal?) efforts to release.
+ This project have been stalled for several month because initial committers 
+ from Miracl unfortunately stopped activities from external reasons.
+ We already have a set of codes that will work as the initial product, and it 
+ will need some editorial (and possibly legal?) efforts to release.
- The idea of retirement was put to the vote and was rejected, and we are working for restarting.
+ The idea of retirement was put to the vote and was rejected, and we are working 
- 
+ for restarting.
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
  No new committers.
- Some people are joining the conversation at the dev mailing list to help the restart.
+ Some people are joining the conversation at the dev mailing list to help the 
+ restart.
  
- 
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
- We are worked for the first release of the crypt library part, and the code seems technically
stable enough to release.
+ We are worked for the first release of the crypt library part, and the code 
- 
+ seems technically stable enough to release.
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -803, +813 @@

  
  n/a
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](milagro) Sterling Hughes
@@ -813, +822 @@

  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
  
- 
- 
  --------------------
  MXNet
  
@@ -824, +831 @@

  
  Three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation:
  
- 1. Establish a predictable release process consistent with Apache Way -- ESTABLISHED.
+ 1. Establish a predictable release process consistent with Apache Way -- 
+ ESTABLISHED.
  2. Grow the community -- ONGOING.
  3. Identify remaining ICLAs or SGAs that need signing – NEAR COMPLETION.
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
  
- 
  How has the community developed since the last report?
- * We have active contributors from companies like Intel, Nvidia, Wolfram Design and more.
The number of github contributors increased from 506 (3/31/2018) to currently 592 (9/28/2018,
2.4% MoM),
+ * We have active contributors from companies like Intel, Nvidia, Wolfram Design 
+ and more. The number of github contributors increased from 506 (3/31/2018) to 
+ currently 592 (9/28/2018, 2.4% MoM),
- * Active discussions on https://discuss.mxnet.io/ (English) and https://discuss.gluon.ai/
(Chinese)
+ * Active discussions on https://discuss.mxnet.io/ (English) and 
+ https://discuss.gluon.ai/ (Chinese)
- * We developed an active blog on Medium. We have posted 28 blogs YTD (12.0% MoM), and have
891 (16.3% MoM)followers.
+ * We developed an active blog on Medium. We have posted 28 blogs YTD (12.0% 
+ MoM), and have 891 (16.3% MoM)followers.
- * We established a YouTube channel, have 370 subscriber (+32.1% MoM) and 32 videos published.
+ * We established a YouTube channel, have 370 subscriber (+32.1% MoM) and 32 
- * We are tweeting to promote new content and community events such as meetups and conferences.
Our Twitter account has 1,510 followers (3.6% MoM)
+ videos published.
+ * We are tweeting to promote new content and community events such as meetups 
+ and conferences. Our Twitter account has 1,510 followers (3.6% MoM)
- * 62 new public tutorials about MXNet have been published YTD in addition to the Medium
blogs.
+ * 62 new public tutorials about MXNet have been published YTD in addition to 
- * We established a global MXNet meetup group with 4 groups in 3 countries and 833 member:
https://www.meetup.com/pro/deep-learning-with-apache-mxnet/
- * Community members participated at conferences and other venues, staffing booths and giving
a total of nine presentations about MXNet: ACNA18 (Montréal, total 4 presentations about
MXNet from community members), Linux Foundation Open Source Summit (Vancouver), AI Meetup
(Toronto), MXNet Meetup (Seattle, San Francisco), Open Data Science Conference (London), Big
Data Summit (Boston), AI and Neural Networks on Arm Summit at Linaro conference (Vancouver),
O'Reilly AI conference https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/machine-learning-in-the-cloudm
+ the Medium blogs.
+ * We established a global MXNet meetup group with 4 groups in 3 countries and 
+ 833 member: https://www.meetup.com/pro/deep-learning-with-apache-mxnet/
+ * Community members participated at conferences and other venues, staffing 
+ booths and giving a total of nine presentations about MXNet: ACNA18 (Montréal, 
+ total 4 presentations about MXNet from community members), Linux Foundation 
+ Open Source Summit (Vancouver), AI Meetup (Toronto), MXNet Meetup (Seattle, San 
+ Francisco), Open Data Science Conference (London), Big Data Summit (Boston), AI 
+ and Neural Networks on Arm Summit at Linaro conference (Vancouver), O'Reilly AI 
+ conference https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/machine-learning-in-the-cloudm
  
- 
  How has the project developed since the last report?
+ 1) v1.3 release notes: 
- 1) v1.3 release notes: https://github.com/apache/incubator-mxnet/releases/tag/1.3.0
+ https://github.com/apache/incubator-mxnet/releases/tag/1.3.0
  2) Community updated MXNet backend for Keras to v2.2.2
  3) Github statistic
  July 2018
- * Excluding merges, 62 authors have pushed 180 commits to master and 188 commits to all
branches. On master, 614 files have changed and there have been 29,908 additions and 26,648
deletions.
+ * Excluding merges, 62 authors have pushed 180 commits to master and 188 
+ commits to all branches. On master, 614 files have changed and there have been 
+ 29,908 additions and 26,648 deletions.
  * 273 issues got closed and 154 new issue created during the reporting period.
  August 2018:
- * Excluding merges, 68 authors have pushed 217 commits to master and 234 commits to all
branches. On master, 463 files have changed and there have been 20,882 additions and 6,404
deletions.
+ * Excluding merges, 68 authors have pushed 217 commits to master and 234 
+ commits to all branches. On master, 463 files have changed and there have been 
+ 20,882 additions and 6,404 deletions.
  * 200 issues got closed and 98 new issue created during the reporting period.
  September 2018:
- * Excluding merges, 47 authors have pushed 132 commits to master and 141 commits to all
branches. On master, 439 files have changed and there have been 13,797 additions and 5,871
deletions.
+ * Excluding merges, 47 authors have pushed 132 commits to master and 141 
+ commits to all branches. On master, 439 files have changed and there have been 
+ 13,797 additions and 5,871 deletions.
  * 124 issues got closed and 87 new issue created during the reporting period.
  
- 
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
- Podling is still having difficulties to grow committer community. Maturity == Medium.
+ Podling is still having difficulties to grow committer community. Maturity == 
+ Medium.
  
    [ ] Initial setup
    [ ] Working towards first release
@@ -870, +897 @@

  
  Date of last release:
  
-   2018-09-19 (v1.3) Apache MXNet-incubating 1.3.0 (major release) was published on September
19, 2018
+   2018-09-19 (v1.3) Apache MXNet-incubating 1.3.0 (major release) was published 
+ on September 19, 2018
                https://github.com/apache/incubator-mxnet/releases/tag/1.3.0
  
  When were the last committers or PPMC members elected?
    2018-08-10 Carin Meier
-   2018-09-27 additional mentors joined: Jason Dai; Jim Jagielski; Bob Paulin; and Michael
Wall.
+   2018-09-27 additional mentors joined: Jason Dai; Jim Jagielski; Bob Paulin; 
+ and Michael Wall.
    2018-09-27 Suneel Marthi retired as mentor
- 
  
  Have your mentors been helpful and responsive or are things falling
  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
@@ -903, +931 @@

  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
  
- 
- 
  --------------------
  NetBeans
  
@@ -915, +941 @@

  
  Three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation:
  
-   1. DNS handover, e.g., for netbeans.org and planetnetbeans.org, needs to be finalized
on the Apache side, Oracle having handed everything related to domains over now.
+   1. DNS handover, e.g., for netbeans.org and planetnetbeans.org, needs to be 
+ finalized on the Apache side, Oracle having handed everything related to 
+ domains over now.
    2. 3rd donation, focused on tutorials and images, and related ancillary items.
    3. 4th donation, focused on C/C++ features.
  
@@ -926, +954 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
-   - Three virtual meetups have taken place to connect community members and discuss activities,
all recorded and published on blogs.apache.org/netbeans. Around 20 in attendance at these,
at the last one there were reps from Oracle, Apache infra, and Apache NetBeans, discussing
the way forward with the domain handovers.
-   - Currently 622 (588 in last report) on Apache NetBeans users mailing list and 438 (422
in last report) on Apache NetBeans dev mailing list.
-   - Ken Fogel to represent Apache NetBeans at ACNA 2018: https://apachecon.dukecon.org/acna/2018/#/scheduledEvent/7e6b57d36ccd834f2
-   - Several community members to be present and present at Oracle Code One 2018: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Oracle+Code+One+2018
+   - Three virtual meetups have taken place to connect community members and 
+ discuss activities, all recorded and published on blogs.apache.org/netbeans. 
+ Around 20 in attendance at these, at the last one there were reps from Oracle, 
+ Apache infra, and Apache NetBeans, discussing the way forward with the domain 
+ handovers.
+   - Currently 622 (588 in last report) on Apache NetBeans users mailing list 
+ and 438 (422 in last report) on Apache NetBeans dev mailing list.
+   - Ken Fogel to represent Apache NetBeans at ACNA 2018: 
+ https://apachecon.dukecon.org/acna/2018/#/scheduledEvent/7e6b57d36ccd834f2
+   - Several community members to be present and present at Oracle Code One 
+ 2018: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Oracle+Code+One+2018
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
-   - Final release of Apache NetBeans (incubating) 9.0 released: https://netbeans.apache.org/download/nb90/nb90.html
-   - Article about status published on InfoQ: https://www.infoq.com/news/2018/08/netbeans-apache-update-aug18
+   - Final release of Apache NetBeans (incubating) 9.0 released: 
+ https://netbeans.apache.org/download/nb90/nb90.html
+   - Article about status published on InfoQ: 
+ https://www.infoq.com/news/2018/08/netbeans-apache-update-aug18
+   - Roadmap put together for the first time: 
-   - Roadmap put together for the first time: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+NetBeans+Release+Roadmap
+ https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+NetBeans+Release+Roa
+ dmap
+   - Current focus is on Apache NetBeans 10: 
-   - Current focus is on Apache NetBeans 10: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+NetBeans+10
+ https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+NetBeans+10
-   - Successfully completed cleaning up the root directory of GitHub repo: [[https://github.com/apache/incubator-netbeans
(done together as a community, see https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Per-cluster+repository+layout).
-   - The legal title to the trademarks has passed in full to Apache, by the signing of the
Trademark and Domain Assignment agreement.
-   - I.e., brand and domain handover have been completed on the Oracle and Apache sides,
aside from the DNS reassignment, see above.
-   - Removed single point of failure of non-Apache released binaries from Oracle to Oregon
State University Open Source Lab: https://github.com/apache/incubator-netbeans/pull/899
+   - Successfully completed cleaning up the root directory of GitHub repo: 
+ [[https://github.com/apache/incubator-netbeans (done together as a community, 
+ see 
+ https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Per-cluster+repository+layo
+ ut).
+   - The legal title to the trademarks has passed in full to Apache, by the 
+ signing of the Trademark and Domain Assignment agreement.
+   - I.e., brand and domain handover have been completed on the Oracle and 
+ Apache sides, aside from the DNS reassignment, see above.
+   - Removed single point of failure of non-Apache released binaries from Oracle 
+ to Oregon State University Open Source Lab: 
+ https://github.com/apache/incubator-netbeans/pull/899
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -970, +1018 @@

  Signed-off-by:
  
    [X](netbeans) Ate Douma
-      Comments: I also think the project is about ready to graduate. The community is healthy
and the PPMC members get it and have what it takes to be on their own feet.    
+      Comments: I also think the project is about ready to graduate. The 
+ community is healthy and the PPMC members get it and have what it takes to be 
+ on their own feet.    
    [X](netbeans) Bertrand Delacretaz
-      Comments: I don't think the 2nd and 3rd donation block graduation, project is mostly
ready, discussed on their dev list with a tentative goal to graduate by then end of this year.
+      Comments: I don't think the 2nd and 3rd donation block graduation, project 
+ is mostly ready, discussed on their dev list with a tentative goal to graduate 
+ by then end of this year.
    [ ](netbeans) Daniel Gruno
       Comments:
    [ ](netbeans) Mark Struberg
       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  ODF Toolkit
@@ -992, +1042 @@

  
  Three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation:
  
-   1. Improve feature set to attract companies and refill the gap Sun/Oracle and IBM left
behind
+   1. Improve feature set to attract companies and refill the gap Sun/Oracle and 
-   2. New collaboration feature for companies needs further documentation, performance testing
(and be merged) to attract companies.
+ IBM left behind
+   2. New collaboration feature for companies needs further documentation, 
+ performance testing (and be merged) to attract companies.
    	 https://github.com/svanteschubert/odftoolkit/blob/odf-changes/README.md
    3. Fulfil the 1.0 version
    
@@ -1008, +1060 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
    	New bug reports yet no new committers.
-   	Presentation for HTML based real-time editors has been created and held at LibreOffice
Conference 2018 Tirana last week.
+   	Presentation for HTML based real-time editors has been created and held 
+ at LibreOffice Conference 2018 Tirana last week.
+   	
-   	https://github.com/svanteschubert/odftoolkit/blob/odf-changes/LibOCon2018%20%20-%20Interoperable%20Office%20Collaboration.pdf
+ https://github.com/svanteschubert/odftoolkit/blob/odf-changes/LibOCon2018%20%20-
+ %20Interoperable%20Office%20Collaboration.pdf
-   	Providing information on how to become an ODF application with the new odf-change feature.
+   	Providing information on how to become an ODF application with the new 
+ odf-change feature.
    	  	  	
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
- 	CKSource (developer of CKEdit5) have been visited, but yet without commitment yet.
+ 	CKSource (developer of CKEdit5) have been visited, but yet without 
- 	The documentation and performance (tests) of the ODF change interoperability feature has
been improved, but still ongoing. 
- 	His previous collaboration feature runs finally full-featured with green regression tests
on his GitHub fork and was not yet merged into the main branch.
- 	Merge needs to be done before October, so the new sponsorship can focus on source code
generation from the ODF XML grammar loaded into Graph Database (Apache Tinkerpop).    
+ commitment yet.
+ 	The documentation and performance (tests) of the ODF change 
+ interoperability feature has been improved, but still ongoing. 
+ 	His previous collaboration feature runs finally full-featured with 
+ green regression tests on his GitHub fork and was not yet merged into the main 
+ branch.
+ 	Merge needs to be done before October, so the new sponsorship can focus 
+ on source code generation from the ODF XML grammar loaded into Graph Database 
+ (Apache Tinkerpop).    
  	  
    
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
@@ -1047, +1109 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- Dave Fisher - Svante Schubert is the only active developer. I have been having conversations
with him on the future with a push towards retirement. It is possible the project could move
to the TDF.
+ Dave Fisher - Svante Schubert is the only active developer. I have been having 
+ conversations with him on the future with a push towards retirement. It is 
+ possible the project could move to the TDF.
    
  
  --------------------
  PLC4X
  
- PLC4X is a set of libraries for communicating with industrial programmable logic controllers
(PLCs) using a variety of protocols but with a shared API.
+ PLC4X is a set of libraries for communicating with industrial programmable 
+ logic controllers (PLCs) using a variety of protocols but with a shared API.
  
  Most important issues to address while moving towards graduation:
  
- Building the community: The PPMC and committer group has a large percentage of codecentric
employees, we have been recruiting people from other companies, but will have to continue
these efforts for establishing a healthy Apache community.
- Onboarding of new committers: With PLC4X several people on the team are not very familiar
with the Apache Way. We have started and will continue our efforts on this onboarding.
+ Building the community: The PPMC and committer group has a large percentage of 
+ codecentric employees, we have been recruiting people from other companies, but 
+ will have to continue these efforts for establishing a healthy Apache community.
+ Onboarding of new committers: With PLC4X several people on the team are not 
+ very familiar with the Apache Way. We have started and will continue our 
+ efforts on this onboarding.
  
  Any Issues the Incubator PMC or ASF Board might wish/need to be aware of:
  
@@ -1066, +1135 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
- While the community activity had been quite low since the beginning of the project, things
changed in August.
+ While the community activity had been quite low since the beginning of the 
+ project, things changed in August.
- Then we noticed not only new names appearing on the list, but the number of emails on the
list grew by 400%-500%.
+ Then we noticed not only new names appearing on the list, but the number of 
+ emails on the list grew by 400%-500%.
- Also did we get several pull requests from about 5 new names, contributing to multiple areas.
+ Also did we get several pull requests from about 5 new names, contributing to 
+ multiple areas.
  Two of them got added to the Committers and PPMC groups.
  The others were one-shot contributions without any further communications.
  
@@ -1077, +1149 @@

    *   Solutions Hamburg 2018
    *   ApacheCon NA 2018
  
- An article on PLC4X by Christofer Dutz was published in the German Tech Magazine: iX
+ An article on PLC4X by Christofer Dutz was published in the German Tech 
+ Magazine: iX
  (Link to the article: https://www.heise.de/select/ix/2018/8/1533352444905693)
  
- Also, just before ApacheCon we also had our first PLC4X Meetup where several current contributors
as well as
+ Also, just before ApacheCon we also had our first PLC4X Meetup where several 
+ current contributors as well as
  very interested new people were present.
  
  Also did we successfully vote in our first two new committers and PPMC members.
@@ -1088, +1162 @@

    *   Julian Feinauer (pragmatic industries)
    *   Andrey Skorikov (codecentric)
  
- Finally just before finishing this report we also finished our first release: Version 0.1.0
+ Finally just before finishing this report we also finished our first release: 
+ Version 0.1.0
  
  Our mailing list subscriptions went up another 9 to currently 38 subscribers.
  Our Twitter followers increased by 18 to 59 followers.
  
  On GitHub we now have 24 “Stars” and 14 “Forks”
  
- Business interest has increased dramatically as more and more companies are signaling their
willingness to
+ Business interest has increased dramatically as more and more companies are 
+ signaling their willingness to
- try out PLC4X and some are currently even in the transition phase of porting their products
to PLC4X.
+ try out PLC4X and some are currently even in the transition phase of porting 
+ their products to PLC4X.
  
  How does the podling rate their own maturity?
  
  We have a mix of new participants and experienced Apache people involved.
- So far, the new participants have shown great willingness and success in adopting the Apache
Way.
+ So far, the new participants have shown great willingness and success in 
+ adopting the Apache Way.
- However, we still need to continue: the on-boarding increasing the diversity of the team.
+ However, we still need to continue: the on-boarding increasing the diversity of 
+ the team.
- After our first official release, we will now fine-tune this release process and try to
educate other people
+ After our first official release, we will now fine-tune this release process 
+ and try to educate other people
  on the team to also be able to do releases.
  
  Signed-off-by:
@@ -1116, +1196 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Rya
@@ -1142, +1220 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
-  * The community is moving towards graduation: restarted discussion on graduation and started
to complete the items required for this step
+  * The community is moving towards graduation: restarted discussion on 
+ graduation and started to complete the items required for this step
-  * We welcome new users and contributors from Semantic Web Company. A CCLA from Semantic
Web Company is being worked on.
+  * We welcome new users and contributors from Semantic Web Company. A CCLA from 
+ Semantic Web Company is being worked on.
   * Received multiple logo proposals. Community discussed and voted a new logo
-  * We lost two mentors, but the remaining two mentors are very responsive and helpful
+  * We lost two mentors, but the remaining two mentors are very responsive and 
+ helpful
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
-  * Changed RdfFileInputTool to accept multiple input paths, so it can load RDF data from
multiple folders
+  * Changed RdfFileInputTool to accept multiple input paths, so it can load RDF 
-  * Changed from guava's iterators to Java collection's iterators to avoid versioning issues
due to the recent change in Guava's Iterator.emptyIterator visibility
+ data from multiple folders
+  * Changed from guava's iterators to Java collection's iterators to avoid 
+ versioning issues due to the recent change in Guava's Iterator.emptyIterator 
+ visibility
   * Minor improvements to code and documentation
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
@@ -1179, +1263 @@

  Signed-off-by:
  
    [x](rya) Josh Elser
-      Comments: Discussion on dev@ that may be missed here, interest from some new contributors
("semantic web company") seems to be genuine and helps bolster diverse podling population.
Hoping that graduation will push to completion this time and not run out of steam as the last
times did.
+      Comments: Discussion on dev@ that may be missed here, interest from some 
+ new contributors ("semantic web company") seems to be genuine and helps bolster 
+ diverse podling population. Hoping that graduation will push to completion this 
+ time and not run out of steam as the last times did.
    [x](rya) Billie Rinaldi
       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  SensSoft
@@ -1203, +1288 @@

  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
  
- 
- 
- How has the community developed since the last report?
- 
- 
- 
- How has the project developed since the last report?
+ How has the community developed since the last report?
  
+ How has the project developed since the last report?
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -1226, +1306 @@

    XXXX-XX-XX
  
  When were the last committers or PPMC members elected?
- 
  
  Have your mentors been helpful and responsive or are things falling
  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](senssoft) Paul Ramirez
@@ -1243, +1321 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  ServiceComb
@@ -1257, +1333 @@

  Three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation:
  
    1. Community building:
-   ServiceComb is building a health community by making the decision in Consensus way and
the committer,PPMC member can present themself independently. Please check out the Apache
maturity model assessement for more information
+   ServiceComb is building a health community by making the decision in 
+ Consensus way and the committer,PPMC member can present themself independently. 
+ Please check out the Apache maturity model assessement for more information
+   
-   https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/SERVICECOMB/Apache+Maturity+Model+Assessment+for+ServiceComb
+ https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/SERVICECOMB/Apache+Maturity+Model+As
+ sessment+for+ServiceComb
  
    2. Project visibility:
-   Now ServiceComb project is wildly used not only in Huawei, but also in 20+ other companies.
+   Now ServiceComb project is wildly used not only in Huawei, but also in 20+ 
-   ServiceComb have the developer team from Huawei, Talend, Stealth, Hyperpilot, RedHat,
JingDong,Tencent, Syswin, PICC, Changhong, Cainiao.
+ other companies.
+   ServiceComb have the developer team from Huawei, Talend, Stealth, Hyperpilot, 
+ RedHat, JingDong,Tencent, Syswin, PICC, Changhong, Cainiao.
  
    3. Trademark transfer:
-   Huawei is actively transfer the trade mark, and the VP of Market is happy about that.
+   Huawei is actively transfer the trade mark, and the VP of Market is happy 
+ about that.
+   
-   https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/4dd251a1833e09d64f608546f18dea8d6c4192abf6f9a39fd34743a4@%3Cprivate.servicecomb.apache.org%3E
+ https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/4dd251a1833e09d64f608546f18dea8d6c4192abf6f
- 
+ 9a39fd34743a4@%3Cprivate.servicecomb.apache.org%3E
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
@@ -1289, +1373 @@

  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
    "Graduate Apache ServiceComb (incubating) as a TLP" discussion was started:
- https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/3fe85fb22cd1fd2c4e4a2370c03a453448a1ea12735d1e136cae6e79@%3Cdev.servicecomb.apache.org%3E
+ https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/3fe85fb22cd1fd2c4e4a2370c03a453448a1ea12735
- 
+ d1e136cae6e79@%3Cdev.servicecomb.apache.org%3E
  
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
  
@@ -1305, +1389 @@

    2018-08-03 Java Chassis 1.0.0
    2018-08-03 Service Center 1.0.0
  
- 
  When were the last committers or PPMC members elected?
-   2018-09-10 All the committer are added PPMC member as the vote result of graduation
+   2018-09-10 All the committer are added PPMC member as the vote result of 
+ graduation
    2018-09-05 Lin Zhinan, Yang Bo  was elected as committer.
    2018-07-25 Feng Zheng was elected as committer.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](servicecomb) Roman Shaposhnik
       Comments:
    [X](servicecomb) Jean-Baptiste Onofre
-      Comments: We are now pretty close to the graduation. Resolution is almost ready.
+      Comments: We are now pretty close to the graduation. Resolution is almost 
+ ready.
    [X](servicecomb) Timothy Chen
       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Warble
@@ -1372, +1454 @@

    [ ](warble) Daniel Takamori
       Comments:
  
- 
- 
  --------------------
  Weex
  
@@ -1390, +1470 @@

  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be
  aware of?
  
- 
- 
- How has the community developed since the last report?
- 
- 
- 
- How has the project developed since the last report?
+ How has the community developed since the last report?
  
+ How has the project developed since the last report?
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
  Please feel free to add your own commentary.
@@ -1413, +1488 @@

    XXXX-XX-XX
  
  When were the last committers or PPMC members elected?
- 
  
  Have your mentors been helpful and responsive or are things falling
  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](weex) Willem Jiang
@@ -1430, +1503 @@

       Comments:
  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
- 
- 
  
  --------------------
  Zipkin
@@ -1465, +1536 @@

    repositories migration.
  
  How would you assess the podling's maturity?
-   Currently in progress are conversations to finalize the IP rights and Git repository migration.
The
+   Currently in progress are conversations to finalize the IP rights and Git 
+ repository migration. The
    number of core PPMC members have been added, a few more ICLAs are on the way.
  
    [X] Initial setup
@@ -1486, +1558 @@

  through the cracks? In the latter case, please list any open issues
  that need to be addressed.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by:
  
    [ ](zipkin) Michael Semb Wever
       Comments:
    [X](zipkin) John D. Ament
-      Comments: The podling is struggling to get their code repos moved over to the ASF.
 Presently blocked on a requirement to have all ICLAs and SGA present, which isn't the norm
for existing open source (non-commercially donated) entities.  Granted, we do this very infrequent
but it may be time for the foundation to formalize this process a bit better so that other
podlings don't run into similar issues.
+      Comments: The podling is struggling to get their code repos moved over to 
+ the ASF.  Presently blocked on a requirement to have all ICLAs and SGA present, 
+ which isn't the norm for existing open source (non-commercially donated) 
+ entities.  Granted, we do this very infrequent but it may be time for the 
+ foundation to formalize this process a bit better so that other podlings don't 
+ run into similar issues.
    [ ](zipkin) Willem Ning Jiang
       Comments:
    [X](zipkin) Andriy Redko
@@ -1500, +1576 @@

  
  IPMC/Shepherd notes:
  
- 
- 
  }}}
  


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