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From Oliver Kopp <kopp...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Is it time for Retire Apache ODE?
Date Wed, 10 Oct 2018 05:22:30 GMT

We are still building on Apache ODE. Could you make a last release
before moving it to attic? Thus, the Apache ODE project would have a
defined state and not some unreleased long-written source code lying


Am Di., 9. Okt. 2018 um 12:22 Uhr schrieb Sathwik B P <sathwik.bp@gmail.com>:
> Hi Devs/Users,
> I had started this dicussion thread over an year ago
> [
> https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/29951cfa866d36d16a5c80b51838b9cc2f5228020d110f607e8b0e1c@%3Cdev.ode.apache.org%3E].
> Nothing has much moved forward since then. Our last 2 reporting cycles have
> been very dull without much of activity. We do not see any other PMC
> members active apart from taking part in the voting of releases.
> I presume, we probably do not have the active PMC quorum to fix any
> security issues in present and future.
> Incase any other PMC member is willing to take over the Chair position and
> carry on from here and not want to retire the project, raise your hand and
> I will initiate the process.
> Otherwise,
> " I propose to move Apache ODE to the Attic."
> If the PMC agrees, I will start a vote. Let me know your suggestions.
> For the users, this basically means if the PMC agrees to the voting and
> successfully votes to retire the project, then the project will not be
> actively maintained, no future releases, no bug fixes,no security patches.
> The source code will be available to all in read only mode, though one can
> fork your own copies of the repo on github.com/apache/ode.
> regards,
> ODE PMC Chair

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