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Would like to contribute an OpenTelemetry client for Swift #261

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nacho-undefinedlabs opened this issue Nov 26, 2019 · 7 comments

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@nacho-undefinedlabs nacho-undefinedlabs commented Nov 26, 2019

Hi all,
We have been developing a OpenTelemetry client for Swift, and we would like to contribute it to the community. We would like to know what are the steps we should follow.

The repository is located at https://github.com/undefinedlabs/opentelemetry-swift.

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@SergeyKanzhelev SergeyKanzhelev commented Nov 26, 2019

@nacho-undefinedlabs it is great to hear! Do you want to become a maintainer for this repository? I'll ask around if there are more people interested to join this project. Typically we want maintainers from at least two companies.

In general - it is very simple process. Once we identified who will be maintaining this repository, we will create a repo and you will need to submit your repo as a PR so we will clear this code from CLA perspective.

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@tedsuo tedsuo commented Nov 26, 2019

Fabulous!

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@nacho-undefinedlabs nacho-undefinedlabs commented Nov 26, 2019

Yes, you can count on me as a maintainer for the repository. I hope more people will be interested in joining it.

Thanks a lot

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@lakamsani lakamsani commented Nov 26, 2019

Hey I 'm interested. I am with https://github.com/WeWork (survived the recent layoffs!). @dnlh and I are trying to get tracing infrastructure built for our apps.

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@austinlparker austinlparker commented Nov 26, 2019

this is rad. to the future maintainers, once you're set up in the OTel org, please see #201 for info on how to get your library listed on the website!

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@lakamsani lakamsani commented Nov 26, 2019

@nacho-undefinedlabs I assume you already took a look at https://github.com/wayfair/jaeger-swift . Can we leverage anything from there or do you see that also evolving into another independent Open Telemetry Swift implementation (from the currently Open Tracing/Jaeger focussed implementation).

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@nacho-undefinedlabs nacho-undefinedlabs commented Nov 26, 2019

@lakamsani No, I didn’t look at that project, but all the specific implementations for vendors should evolve to span exporters. Swift project would ideally have exporters for any vendor, in fact, implementing a Jaeger exporter should be high in the project priority list.

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