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From Matt Franklin <>
Subject Re: Getting Started with Incubation
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2012 00:50:02 GMT
On Dec 4, 2012, at 12:45 PM, Jason Letourneau <> wrote:

> 1) My preference for the Wiki is Confluence, simply because I am not
> familiar with MoinMoin.
> 2) What about something found in streams of water like a trout:

How about a mountain with various small streams coming together into a
river in front?  Does anyone have graphic arts skills, or at least
access to someone who does?

I propose we get a few candidates together and then hold a vote.

> On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 8:29 PM, Matt Franklin <> wrote:
>> The purpose of going through incubation is to ensure that we as a
>> community are operating under the Apache Way.  This means a few
>> different things, including decision making, branding, legal
>> compliance, and community development.  Rather than go through each of
>> these principles here, I have included links to resources that those
>> of you who are new to Apache should take some time reviewing
>> [1][2][3].
>> Now that we have or have requested the basic resources we need to
>> operate as a project, we can get on with the show.  Throughout the
>> course of the project, there will be many decisions that we need to
>> make as  a community.  The ones that I think we should tackle first as
>> 'warm up' exercises are as follows:
>> 1) What type of Wiki?  ASF Infra has two different types available:
>> MoinMoin & Confluence.  There are tradeoff for each; but, Infra's
>> preference trends toward MoinMoin due to its management simplicity.
>> That doesn't disqualify Confluence, but something to be aware of.
>> 2) Logo.  We need a project logo for Apache Streams.  Anyone have suggestions?
>> 3) Committer/PMC metadata.  Infra is still working on the website; but
>> as soon as it is ready to go, we need to figure out a process & place
>> for storing committer information.  This may tie into later
>> discussions about build tools.
>> These 3 things are minor, but a good way to break the ice for the project.
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> [3]

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