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From Todd Lipcon <t...@apache.org>
Subject Releases during incubation?
Date Tue, 10 Nov 2015 01:03:59 GMT
Hey folks,

Hopefully quick policy question here:

Once a project is under proposal for incubation, what is the foundation
policy on that project making releases outside of Apache from its current
home?

For example, suppose there's an open source project FooBar, with a public
release FooBar 1.0.0 in use by various people out in the world. FooBar is
then proposed to the incubator. During the discussion/voting timeframe,
someone discovers a bug in FooBar 1.0.0, and the team would like to release
FooBar 1.0.1 from the project's current home (eg github). Would this be an
issue?

More controversial variant:

How about early during the incubation period, while the project is still in
the process of transitioning the necessary infrastructure, etc, into the
ASF repositories? Assuming that the project is making good faith efforts
towards making a release compatible with ASF guidelines, would it be
allowed to make "external" releases during this initial period of
incubation, for the purposes of bug fixes?

Thanks
Todd

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