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Incubation, Parallel IP, & the GMT website [message #614498] Sat, 22 March 2008 18:08
Nick Boldt is currently offline Nick BoldtFriend
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First off, apologies in advance if this is not the preferred forum for
this type of post. (Would a mailing list or bugzilla be better?)

Secondly, it was great getting to meet some of the GMT folks this past
week @ EclipseCON. I look forward to working with you guys more in future.

The GMT homepage [1] states:

"GMT is the official research **incubator** project of the top-level
Eclipse Modeling Project."


To be a true incubator project (and benefit from the parallel IP
process), you must adhere to this simple set of rules [2], [3]. See also
this wiki doc [4].

[2] ess.php
[3] rming.php
[4] s_And_Jars#Incubation_Status

Once complete, send a note to the powers-that-be ( in
order to get your "non-conforming" status changed on the project list
page [5].


If you have any questions, or would like to know how to adopt some or
all of the Modeling Project's shared web infrastructure (eg., release
notes, team photos [6], Search CVS [7], RSS feeds for builds), don't
hesitate to drop me a line or find me via IM or IRC.



Nick Boldt, Release Engineer
Eclipse Modeling Project (IM, IRC & email contact details)
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