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From Marshall Schor <...@schor.com>
Subject Re: Any interest in this as an open source project?
Date Wed, 14 May 2008 13:03:35 GMT
Looks right.  Minor comments below


Thilo Goetz wrote:
> Roberto Franchini wrote:
>> On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 3:55 PM, Michael Baessler 
>> <mbaessler@apache.org> wrote:
>>> Altogether sounds good to me, I'm interessted :-)
>> I shown this thread to my linguistics (collegues) and we are 
>> interested too :)
> Ok, it seems there is general interest in accepting
> this code donation.  We should move this discussion
> to the developers' list.  Basically, here are the
> steps we need to follow:
> 1) Michael (Tanenblatt) creates a JIRA issue and attaches
> the source code (as a zip file). 
Also attach a checksum key for the submission.  See 
http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/UIMA-689 for an example.
> 2) UIMA committers and other interested parties review
> the source code and VOTE to accept the donation.
> 3) Michael creates a software grant for ConceptMapper and
> sends it to the ASF (we'll help).  Of course you need
> your company's permission to do this (and for step 1).
> 4) We (UIMA PMC) do the 
first part of the
> IP clearance due diligence process.
An "officer of the foundation" does the final part.
> 5) We import the code into SVN and Apache development can
> start.
This step is dependent on the software grant being acknowledged as 
recorded by the ASF secretary or an appropriate surrogate.
> Steps 4 and 5 can proceed in parallel.
> It is not necessary to do any code clean-up before you
> submit the code, other than clean-up you may want to do
> from your side.  In particular, it is not necessary to
> rename packages and insert Apache license headers.  This
> can be done when the code is already in the Apache source
> repository.

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