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From Greg Stein <>
Subject Re: Is it time for Bloodhound to move to the Apache Attic?
Date Sun, 13 Sep 2020 05:56:51 GMT
Nobody is stopping you. There are a bunch of forks already:

On Sat, Sep 12, 2020 at 4:30 PM jason <> wrote:

> Post it on Github and let us fork it.Sent from my Samsung Galaxy
> smartphone.
> -------- Original message --------From: Shane Curcuru <
>> Date: 12/09/2020  15:45  (GMT+00:00) To:
> Subject: Is it time for Bloodhound to move to
> the Apache Attic? While we very much appreciate Gary's repeated efforts to
> bring back newlife to Apache Bloodhound, reviewing the past year of
> dev/user/privatetraffic 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 hearsome feedback from the community one way or the other, since
> therehasn't been a board report since May.- If Gary and anyone who's been
> involved recently know it's time for theAttic, please let us know - we
> could post and pass the resolution ateither 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 threepeople are still active and able to oversee the project:
> moving to the Apache
> Attic isn't a bad thing - it's just arecognition that there's no longer an
> *active* PMC able to manage theproject here at the ASF.  All project code,
> website, mailing lists wouldget 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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