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Welcome to eclipse.technology.spaces [message #2722] Fri, 02 March 2007 15:53 Go to next message
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Come here to participate in technical discussions about the formation,
scope, and direction of the Eclipse Spaces Project. If you have comments
or ideas, or interest in contributing to the project, this is the place
to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse Spaces Project Proposal
page at http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/spaces/ and get involved!


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Re: Welcome to eclipse.technology.spaces [message #2762 is a reply to message #2722] Sat, 03 March 2007 07:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Brian Carroll is currently offline Brian Carroll
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Overall this seems like a good idea.
There are 2 concerns and suggestions that comes to mind:
1. To avoid IP issues with non-EPL code posted to the Eclipse Spaces,
perhaps the site should be hosted and managed outside of the Eclipse
Foundation.
2. I can imagine that existing Eclipse projects might find it useful to
provide a space to discuss their projects. While that is generally a good
thing, it would mean one more media to monitor and maintain (in addition to
WIKI, newsgroups, mailing lists, project web sites, and CVS). Should the
Eclipse Spaces prove attractive, perhaps we should consider retiring the
newsgroups.

Regards,
Brian

Brian Carroll
Project Lead, Eclipse ALF project
www.eclipse.org/alf
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Serena Software
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"Eclipse Webmaster (Denis Roy)" <webmaster@eclipse.org> wrote in message
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> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the formation,
> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Spaces Project. If you have comments
> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the project, this is the place to
> do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse Spaces Project Proposal page at
> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/spaces/ and get involved!
>
>
> --
>
> Eclipse WebMaster - webmaster@eclipse.org
> Questions? Consult the WebMaster FAQ at
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Webmaster_FAQ
> View my status at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/WebMaster
Re: Welcome to eclipse.technology.spaces [message #2781 is a reply to message #2762] Sun, 04 March 2007 10:50 Go to previous message
Bjorn Freeman-Benson is currently offline Bjorn Freeman-Benson
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Brian,

> 1. To avoid IP issues with non-EPL code posted to the Eclipse Spaces,
> perhaps the site should be hosted and managed outside of the Eclipse
> Foundation.

Yes. I guess it wasn't clear from the proposal, but the idea is that the
Spaces project is about the client side plug-ins necessary to enable a
non-server side "eclipse forge". That server side will be hosted by one
or more non-Foundation isp. AOL is planning to host one. We are talking
to other companies who may also host them.

- Bjorn
Re: Welcome to eclipse.technology.spaces [message #562371 is a reply to message #2722] Sat, 03 March 2007 07:55 Go to previous message
Brian Carroll is currently offline Brian Carroll
Messages: 51
Registered: July 2009
Member
Overall this seems like a good idea.
There are 2 concerns and suggestions that comes to mind:
1. To avoid IP issues with non-EPL code posted to the Eclipse Spaces,
perhaps the site should be hosted and managed outside of the Eclipse
Foundation.
2. I can imagine that existing Eclipse projects might find it useful to
provide a space to discuss their projects. While that is generally a good
thing, it would mean one more media to monitor and maintain (in addition to
WIKI, newsgroups, mailing lists, project web sites, and CVS). Should the
Eclipse Spaces prove attractive, perhaps we should consider retiring the
newsgroups.

Regards,
Brian

Brian Carroll
Project Lead, Eclipse ALF project
www.eclipse.org/alf
Serena Fellow
Serena Software
(ofc) (503) 617-2436
(cell) (503) 318-2017
bcarroll@serena.com
"Eclipse Webmaster (Denis Roy)" <webmaster@eclipse.org> wrote in message
news:esa2re$u57$1@utils.eclipse.org...
> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the formation,
> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Spaces Project. If you have comments
> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the project, this is the place to
> do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse Spaces Project Proposal page at
> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/spaces/ and get involved!
>
>
> --
>
> Eclipse WebMaster - webmaster@eclipse.org
> Questions? Consult the WebMaster FAQ at
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Webmaster_FAQ
> View my status at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/WebMaster
Re: Welcome to eclipse.technology.spaces [message #562396 is a reply to message #2762] Sun, 04 March 2007 10:50 Go to previous message
Bjorn Freeman-Benson is currently offline Bjorn Freeman-Benson
Messages: 335
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Brian,

> 1. To avoid IP issues with non-EPL code posted to the Eclipse Spaces,
> perhaps the site should be hosted and managed outside of the Eclipse
> Foundation.

Yes. I guess it wasn't clear from the proposal, but the idea is that the
Spaces project is about the client side plug-ins necessary to enable a
non-server side "eclipse forge". That server side will be hosted by one
or more non-Foundation isp. AOL is planning to host one. We are talking
to other companies who may also host them.

- Bjorn
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