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From Gary <>
Subject Re: Is it time for Bloodhound to move to the Apache Attic?
Date Sun, 13 Sep 2020 13:23:21 GMT
Hi everyone and thanks to Shane for bringing this up.

For my part I still have an interest in continuing and I really want to get things organised

However, this discussion certainly needs to happen. Is there really enough interest amongst
us to keep this going and can we translate the interest into actual action?

Coincidentally, I was planning to take a week off work from the 21st September which I was
hoping to be able to use to help make some progress on Bloodhound. Life being what it is,
I am not going to be sure how much of that time I will be able dedicate to Bloodhound but
I have nothing else organised for that time (apart from the Sunday before that). Obviously
I can't expect others to just drop everything and join me in taking a week off on this basis,
so I am more hoping that there would be interest from people in setting some time aside to
chat with me and hopefully others on #bloodhound in the-asf Slack and see what progress we
can make.


On Sat, 12 Sep 2020, at 3:45 PM, Shane Curcuru wrote:
> While we very much appreciate Gary's repeated efforts to bring back new
> life to Apache Bloodhound, reviewing the past year of dev/user/private
> traffic and #bloodhound on the-asf's Slack, I don't see other energy.
> The board meeting is this coming Wednesday, and we'd really like to hear
> some feedback from the community one way or the other, since there
> hasn't been a board report since May.
> - If Gary and anyone who's been involved recently know it's time for the
> Attic, please let us know - we could post and pass the resolution at
> either this month's Board meeting or next month's.
> - If you do feel like you have more energy to drive Apache Bloodhound,
> then we need the PMC to perform a roll call, to show that at least three
> people are still active and able to oversee the project:
> Reminder: moving to the Apache Attic isn't a bad thing - it's just a
> recognition that there's no longer an *active* PMC able to manage the
> project here at the ASF.  All project code, website, mailing lists would
> get turned read-only, but will *still be available* at the same URLs.
> Thanks for all the work in the past, and the cute logo!
> -- 
> - Shane
>   Director & Member
>   The Apache Software Foundation

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