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From Joseph Gentle <jose...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Incubation status
Date Fri, 29 Nov 2013 22:19:15 GMT
I totally agree.

- We should move to github
- I agree that there isn't enough work devoted to WIAB to keep it
alive in its current state
- We should move discussion to WIAB, once its ready for that

I'd love to throw more time and energy into WIAB - I really would, but
the reality is that I'm working a full time job and its eating all my
ability to get things done in my free time. I've been making slow
progress iterating on some better algorithms (and I had a breakthrough
in figuring out a syncronization protocol recently with Dominic Tarr),
but working about 1 day / month isn't enough.

-J

On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 2:02 AM, Christian Grobmeier
<grobmeier@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> it seems as the first steam with the new people is gone.
>
> I believe it makes sense to discuss if the incubator is the right place.
> Incubation has a specific goal: forming a team which can do releases and is
> - in a way - active.
>
> I see there is little activity at all. The only person i have seen working
> on the codebase recently was Ali.
> He also was the release manager of package which had trouble to receive the
> necessary votes from its own team.
>
> My hope was this would change in the past months. But today I have only
> little hope.
>
> Playing the devils advocate I ask you (again):
>
> Do you folks believe the incubator can ever be completed as it is now?
>
> If you believe yes, please let me know why or how we can achieve that goal.
>
> Otherwise my recommendation is to move Wave to GitHub and close the
> incubation until the community around Wave has grown.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Christian
>
>
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