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From Danny Angus <>
Subject Re: Hi!
Date Fri, 10 Mar 2017 17:27:13 GMT
Hi John,
Yes, I think those are areas we need to address. I particularly like the
idea that you have just sparked in me, that labs is a place where a
community already exists, to develop new code, but what is missing is not
the basic infrastructure, but the Apache processes. It should be a sandbox
for communities to get  their experiment up to speed with mailing lists,
websites, releases etc. *Before* going to through the incubator. OR it
should be a place for experimentation were there is a clear "definition of
done" for each experiment. I think we have a split personality :-)

On 10 Mar 2017 1:05 pm, "John D. Ament" <> wrote:

Ping? :-)

On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 2:11 PM John D. Ament <> wrote:

> Hi there
> Saw Danny's note and figured I'd drop a note over here.
> I'm interested in labs, however there's some limitations that concern me.
> 1. Labs projects can't do releases.
> 2. Labs projects all write to a single SVN tree structure - no git.
> 3. Projects don't get mailing lists.
> Really my hope is to build a bit more of a community before moving into an
> incubating project.
> So, can labs help me?
> John

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