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From Josh Elser <>
Subject Re: Your contributions to Python PhoenixDB
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2018 23:31:23 GMT

Perfect, so happy to hear that.

The ICLA is super easy to do, both in what you have to do as well as 
language. Check out Glad we don't 
have to worry about the CCLA.

You will just need to fill out that form (which grants the ASF the 
rights to "release" the work you've created) and then mail it to The secretary will then shoot you a note back when 
it's on file. If you mention that it's in regards to the Apache Phoenix 
project, we should also get a ping automatically from the Secretary. 
That's it!

Make sense?

- Josh

On 3/8/18 1:52 PM, Mark Heppner wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> So glad to see this project being adopted into the Apache community! I 
> am perfectly fine with transferring this into the ASF. I've never filed 
> any documents to the ASF, but I will not need to file a CCLA. Let me 
> know what else I can help with.
> Thanks,
> Mark
> On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 11:54 AM, Josh Elser < 
> <>> wrote:
>     Hi Mark,
>     As you may or may not have seen[1][2], the Apache Phoenix community
>     has been trying to adopt the Python PhoenixDB project. Upon inspect
>     the history of the repository, I noticed that you have some
>     non-trivial contributions to the project.
>     As such, you likely have rights to claim copyright on this software.
>     A part of the process that the ASF has to on-board external code
>     repositories is to ensure that all individuals who have contributed
>     to said code are in agreement to transfer the code into the ASF.
>     This intrinsically includes an assignment of copyright to the ASF.
>     We've talked to Lukas already who is supportive of this action; I
>     think I'm speaking on behalf of the PMC when I say that we all hope
>     that you are too.
>     If you are supportive of this, let us know in reply to this email.
>     We would also need to ensure that you have an individual contributor
>     license agreement (ICLA) submitted with the ASF which says that you
>     waive claim to copyright on software you choose to donate to the
>     ASF. Additionally, if you have an employer who may lay claim to
>     copyright on this software, you would also need to file a corporate
>     contributor license agreement (CCLA) -- this is dependent on your
>     personal situation. If you've filed these documents in the past with
>     the ASF, you're already done.
>     If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. We look
>     forward to hear from you.
>     - Josh (on behalf of the Apache Phoenix PMC)
>     [1]
>     <>
>     [2]
>     <>
> -- 
> Mark Heppner

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