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From Zachary “Gamer_Z.” Yaro <zmy...@gmail.com>
Subject (Hypothetically) moving the WEG to Apache
Date Sat, 15 Jun 2013 00:18:21 GMT
In a recent thread, Michael suggested moving other wave-related projects to
Apache.  Right now, the Wave Extensions Gallery:
- Is hosted on my GitHub account (github.com/zmyaro/wave-extensions-gallery
).
- Is technically “owned” by me (as far as GitHub is concerned; I am open to
contributions from anyone).
- Has all its bugs listed on GitHub's issue tracker.
- Has its wiki hosted on GitHub (there is not a lot there, but there is
still some content).
- Has Google+ and Facebook pages that I run.
- Has its official instance hosted on a Google App Engine app for which
Yuri and I are admins.  It is accessible from waveextensions.org or
wavygallery.appspot.com.

Basically, I want to know everything that would have to change if the
project were moved to Apache.  Some specific questions include:

- What is the process for moving the code from GitHub to Apache (and can
you confirm I can still use git—I know WIAB had to switch to svn)?
- I assume I would have to import issues into Jira.  What is the process
for doing that?  What happens to comments on those issues?  What about
comments that reference commits?
- Would anything have to happen to the Google+ and Facebook pages?
- Would anything have to happen to the App Engine instance?
- What would Apache own?  What would I keep ownership of?
- What else would have to change that has not been mentioned in answers to
my previous questions?

I apologize for sounding so worried and paranoid; I am kind of new to this,
and I figure getting these questions answered here will help me (and anyone
else who is new to this) understand the situation for current and future
wave-related projects that we may want to make part of Apache Wave.

Thank you!

—Zachary “Gamer_Z.” Yaro

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