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From Christofer Dutz <>
Subject Re: Transition of StreamPipes to Apache
Date Fri, 15 Nov 2019 11:11:55 GMT
Hi Dominik,

sounds like a reasonable plan. 

However note that we should not push the merged repos until all paperwork is done.

Perhaps also moving (or announcing to move) your slack to the apache slack would be a good
thing to do.
That's a paid instance and all messages are archived and searchable.


´╗┐Am 13.11.19, 23:23 schrieb "Dominik Riemer" <>:

    so after most of the infrastructure already seems to be in place, I guess it's our task
to move the existing codebase to Apache...just want all of you to know what we're currently
working on:
    * The documents required to move the codebase (CCLA and software grant) are currently
in the process of signing at FZI and should be ready within one week.
    * In the meanwhile, we plan to do one last pre-Apache release during the weekend or early
next week so that there is no pressure in preparing everything later for the first Apache
release - I know that Chris is waiting for some features to be released ;-) 
    * Afterwards, we'll merge the existing repos to the new repo structure as described in
the proposal
    * Then, we'll add someone from infra as an admin to our current github organization, so
that the repos can be moved to Apache without losing forks & stars
    * And then we plan to change the website and publish a first version to
    One more comment: Philipp, Patrick, Johannes and I are really glad to have so many Apache-experienced
mentors on board - so if you have any feedback, comments or in case you think there's something
wrong or could be done better regarding this process, community work or anything else, let
us know :-)

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