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From Ankit Singhal <ankitsingha...@gmail.com>
Subject May Board report
Date Wed, 12 May 2021 12:32:41 GMT
## Description:
The mission of Phoenix is the creation and maintenance of software related
to
High performance relational database layer over Apache HBase for low
latency
applications

## Issues:
No issues to report to the board at this time.

## Membership Data:
Apache Phoenix was founded 2014-05-21 (7 years ago)
There are currently 54 committers and 34 PMC members in this project.
The Committer-to-PMC ratio is roughly 7:5.

Community changes, past quarter:
- Xinyi Yan was added to the PMC on 2021-03-31
- No new committers. Last addition was Viraj Jasani on 2021-02-06.

## Project Activity:
* Apache Phoenix had its last release 5.1.1 on 2021-03-25, And
two other key releases 5.1.0 (on 2021-02-10) and 4.16.0(on 2021-02-24)
in the last quarter

* There is a growing consensus on dropping support for EOL HBase 1.x
runtime which will save some developer's efforts on backporting features
 to multiple branches that are based on different HBase and Java runtime.

* Discussion on splitting our core module into server and
client module to avoid conflicting with the libraries in
runtimes that are not consistent at server and client.

* Working on patch release to fix some nitty bugs of 4.16.0.

* Total of 3 Phoenix Tech Talk events were held in the last quarter,
we extend our thanks to all who have sincerely arranged the event
and actively participated in the talks.

## Community Health:

* Community activities got cool down after the enormous work done initially
 for the two major releases.

* There is an increase in traffic on the user mailing list(+225%) owing
 some to tech talk discussions but traffic on the dev/issues mailing
list(-50%) and the number of PRs/commit(-50%) has declined in this quarter
as
compared to our previous busy quarter

* we closed/reviewed almost all the PRs opened(96/102)

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