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Re: [VOTE] Sponsoring Howl as an Apache Incubator project
What I am referring to is metastore/ dir of hive, part of hive code
which howl cares about most. Other howl code is for additional
functionalities that Howl provides (none of which lives in metastore/
dir) they are in howl/ dir. There are few build file changes, but they
are trivial.

On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 14:49, John Sichi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> But Howl does layer on some additional code, right?
> https://github.com/yahoo/howl/tree/howl/howl
> On Feb 3, 2011, at 1:49 PM, Ashutosh Chauhan wrote:
>> There are none as of today. In the past, whenever we had to have
>> changes, we do it in a separate branch in Howl and once those get
>> committed to hive repo, we pull it over in our trunk and drop the
>> branch.
>> Ashutosh
>> On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 13:41, yongqiang he <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> I am interested in some numbers around the lines of code changes (or
>>> files of changes) which are in Howl but not in Hive?
>>> Can anyone give some information here?
>>> Thanks
>>> Yongqiang
>>> On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 1:15 PM, Jeff Hammerbacher <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>>> Hey,
>>>>> If we do go ahead with pulling the metastore out of Hive, it might make
>>>>> most sense for Howl to become its own TLP rather than a subproject.
>>>> Yes, I did not read the proposal closely enough. I think an end state as a
>>>> TLP makes more sense for Howl than as a Pig subproject. I'd really love to
>>>> see Howl replace the metastore in Hive and it would be more natural to do so
>>>> as a TLP than as a Pig subproject--especially since the current Howl
>>>> repository is literally a fork of Hive.
>>>>> In the incubator proposal, we have mentioned these issues, but we've
>>>>> attempted to avoid prejudicing any decision.  Instead, we'd like to assess
>>>>> the pros and cons (including effort required and impact expected) for both
>>>>> approaches as part of the incubation process.
>>>> Glad the issues are being considered.
>>>> Later,
>>>> Jeff