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WTP PMC Agenda/Minutes for November 28, 2006 Conference Call

WTP PMC Agenda/Minutes for November 28, 2006 Conference Call

Call Info

Tollfree in the US: 866-214-3176
Alternate: 404-827-9098
Access code: 8870689#

Call Time: 7am PDT / 10am PDT


PMC Members

  • Tim Wagner: Y
  • David Williams: Y
  • Naci Dai: Y
  • Raghunathan Srinivasan: Y
  • Jochen Krause: N
  • Arthur Ryman: Y

Invited Guests

  • Pieter Humphrey: N
  • Neil Hauge (JPA/Dali): Y
  • Bob Goodman (ATF): Y
  • Jean Choi: N


  • Tim checking on Board status for member links on project websites (awaiting EMO response); Pieter showed mockup that included a rotating banner ad and the PMC discussed listing adopters and contributing companies.
  • Reminder that EclipseCon long talk and panel deadline is 12/1 (before our next meeting). Please remind your teams! (AI: Pieter to send email and news group reminders.)
  • AI: Tim to convene Phoenix conversion meeting.
  • AI: Tim and Pieter: Work on adopter/contributor list.


  • AI: Tim to create 1.5.3 and 2.0 hot bug pages for adopters.

Requirements and 2.0 Planning

  • EE 5 working group update: 11 am EST on Thursday, November 30th using the PMC callin number.
  • AI: David - Language around Java 5 adoption guidelines.

Build Status (David)

  • 1.5.3: Last week was a short week, so not much progress to report. Builds working but uploading is currently broken due to transition to Orbit. Problems should be cleared up later this week.
  • 2.0: No new status.
  • AI: David to follow up with Chuck on interop testing.

JSF (Raghu)

  • Working on build issue above.
  • Milestone plan should be out today.

ATF (Bob)

  • Resolving dependencies with Mozilla and trying to get out hand-built builds. Need Mac build as well to get support on that platform.
  • Tech preview page added to Wiki.
  • AI Tim: Work with Tim on tech preview planning logistics (post Thanksgiving).

Dali/JPA (Neil)

  • Presentation to UI Working Group last Wednesday. Neil to forward link to email thread.

Agenda/Minutes by Tim Wagner, November 28, 2006. Please send any corrections needed.

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