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PMC Conference Call - October 11, 2005
Attending: Tim Wagner [TW], Lawrence Mandel [LM], Christophe Ney [CN], Arthur Ryman [AR], Raghunathan Srinivasan [RS], Jochen Krause [JK] David Williams [DW],

Community Update [LM]

  • Two articles published last week, several blog postings
  • Lawrence has an OOPSLA presentation coming up next week; several other presentations coming up (BEAWorld, Colorado Software Summit)
  • "PRO JST" (Chris Judd) on bookshelves now
  • EclipseCon - two tutorial submissions (Naci/Arthur/Lawrence) and Gorkem (server tools); also checking with David on SSE editor creation. For presentations, we have JSF planned (Raghu), an overview (Arthur), and one or more detailed topics (Web Services?).
  • Capabilities: Lawrence will own this for 1.5.


  • Carl Trieloff invite sent - will hope to discuss areas of overlap next week on this call
  • Charter revision
  • Jeffrey's request for a "test build" against 3.2 platform - will defer this until later

Requirements Update [JK]

  • Major bugs for tracking WST and JST API rollup: still outstanding
  • Making progress on compiler warnings - will continue to work on this with goal of reaching zero by 1.0 release.
  • [AR] Now generating web pages from Bugzilla. Currently requires a build; Arthur investigating PHP as solution for running and styling query during page fetch. Requires minor tweak in PHP settings from Eclipse webmaster.

Architecture Update [DW]

  • Features/dependencies document updated - see email thread and spec
  • API scanning tool and "reliance" tools update: Will revive tool against current component.xml files; also need to update the component files themselves for accuracy. (There is also a project going forward with the platform to investigate inline (source) annotations to replace component.xml.) Will look to work on reliance tool immediately post 1.0.

JSF Status

  • Milestone 1 draft now public; looking for feedback.
  • Status call this afternoon, and open to everyone.

Confirming 1.5 / 3.2 / "Zebra" DTP Migration Plan

  • Current WTP plan is to move all data tools permanently into DTP in the 1.5 timeframe.
  • Will request "contract" from DTP to provide our current data tools back to us, modulo package renaming, in the "Zebra" release.
  • Should do a scheduling checkup in early January on execution of this plan.

Action Items

  • [TW] Submit revised charter mods to Board.
  • [TW] Follow up with Carl's invite to next week's meeting.
  • [TW] Follow up with John Graham on DTP issues (see above) - look for invite (not Th).
Minutes taken by Tim Wagner, October 11, 2005

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