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Teiid Market Place Git Repository

Introducing Teiid market place git repository, where you are free to share your project with all the Teiid community of users. (maybe sell?) Checkout https://github.com/teiid-marketplace

If you are a Teiid user, maybe you have written a translator to a source that Teiid does not offer, or maybe you gave a presentation you want to share, a slide-deck, a video or you wrote a cool utility over Teiid. Whatever it may be, now you can share with rest of the Teiid community at one market place.

Over the time, if a certain project is popular and licensing terms are acceptable by the Teiid project, then we can accept it as contribution to be maintained as a main Teiid project on a case by case basis. Or you can think of this as incubator space. When you contribute, I will make you the owner of that repository for any management purposes.

The only restriction is this needs to be a Teiid-specific project to be acceptable. I am not putting any license restrictions on what it needs to be; it can be of any license of your choosing (unless I am told otherwise). The acceptance of your project does NOT mean it is automatically promoted by Teiid developers; it is only an acknowledgement that it is a Teiid-specific project. Use these projects at your own RISK, as they have not been validated by Teiid project members unless they were written by members of the Teiid project.

I intend to provide a web page on http://teiid.org to link this repo's contents with descriptions soon. I can use some help here :)  So, if you have any Teiid utilities/projects to share, let me know.

I am still planning out what this needs to be, so if you have suggestions please let me know.

Thanks.

Ramesh..

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