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From "Walkauskas, Stephen Gregory (Vertica)" <stephen.walkaus...@hp.com>
Subject Re: Move to Apache
Date Tue, 09 Jun 2015 12:36:41 GMT

On 06/08/2015 01:30 PM, Owen O'Malley wrote:
   The intent of our shared repository at https://github.com/hortonworks/orc has been to develop
a C++ implementation of ORC and move to Apache, but I need to make that official before we
check the code into Apache. Therefore, I've pulled the following list of authors from the
github repository:

Author: Aliaksei Sandryhaila <aliaksei.sandryhaila@hp.com<mailto:aliaksei.sandryhaila@hp.com>>
Author: Bob Hansen <bob@hp.com<mailto:bob@hp.com>>
Author: Haohui Mai <ricetons@gmail.com<mailto:ricetons@gmail.com>>
Author: Owen O'Malley <omalley@apache.org<mailto:omalley@apache.org>>
Author: Stephen Walkauskas <stephen.walkauskas@hp.com<mailto:stephen.walkauskas@hp.com>>
Author: Steven E. Harris <seh@panix.com<mailto:seh@panix.com>>
Author: Thanh Do <thdo@microsoft.com<mailto:thdo@microsoft.com>>
Author: jxu <jing.xu2@hp.com<mailto:jing.xu2@hp.com>>
Author: kim@scheibel.co.uk<mailto:kim@scheibel.co.uk> <kim@scheibel.co.uk<mailto:kim@scheibel.co.uk>>

I'd like to get each of the authors to state on this list that they have the right to license
the code they contributed under the Apache license and that they want to move to Apache. If
anyone doesn't agree or respond, we'll need to remove their patches to enable the move.

Clearly I'm +1 to moving over.


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