-[DISCUSS] [VOTE] Maintain a single committer list for the Hadoop project
Correct, VOTE thread isn't the right thread for discussing this.
I'll handle future discussion of these issues in 3 separate DISCUSS
threads for each TLP.
On Aug 28, 2012, at 7:09 PM, Eli Collins wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 6:37 PM, Mattmann, Chris A (388J)
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Hi Eli,
>> On Aug 28, 2012, at 4:57 PM, Eli Collins wrote:
>>> I'd start a separate discussion thread or vote about moving some or
>>> all of the sub-projects to TLPs. IMO we should resolve this issue
>>> independently - there's no reason to block this decision on a possible
>>> future direction for the project.
>> I think it's a mischaracterization to suggest that Arun's proposal is a future
>> direction for the project. The project is already there and has been there for
>> a while, during this time trying to identify itself as one project when in reality
>> it's been many. That's the cause of issues like this and all the email bandwidth.
> We've talked about eventually moving the sub-projects to TLPs, so
> perhaps it's more of a "future state" than a "future direction".
> However it's also not that cut and dry, after all the sub-project
> discussion and the "project split" we've actually started going the
> other direction in some ways, specifically, we've
> - Merged all the code bases to a single repository, shared more source code.
> - Decided to continue to release all components together.
> - Merged the user community to a single list.
> - Started YARN in the Hadoop project rather than the incubator
> Anyway, seems like mincing words, and a vote thread isn't a great
> place to discuss specifics of one particular TLP proposal. If you
> think the time is right for the TLP and you've got a particular
> proposal sounds like you should start a DISCUSS thread for that
Chris Mattmann, Ph.D.
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