Ali Ok <aliok(a)redhat.com> writes:
I won't go and do a full assessment of both
if we're doing this, we should definitely move these things from AeroGear
to FeedHenry side and make sure they don't break in the future at least the
current AeroGear things where things are working nicely:
* Stable processes (release, JIRA workflow, etc.)
* Open source first mentality (100% community releases, etc.)
* Somewhat active non Red Hat community members
So at least the last point there (and maybe the second point also?)
would in my opinion be reasons to move everything *to* the AeroGear
community, rather than *from* it to the FeedHenry community.
I don't think it makes a huge difference either way for those of us who
work for Red Hat, since we're involved in / aware of both communities as
they are; but it could be potentially disruptive to the more established
AeroGear open source community.
Since I'm not really involved in that community, I'd like to hear what
matzew or other long-time members of that community think. Maybe it's no
big deal, but I think it's worth thinking about!