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February 20, 2007 at 8:00 am PST / 11:00 am EST / 4:00 pm GMT/UTC
Unfortuntely, the webinar was cancelled due to technical difficulties. It will be rescheduled.
"...a 100.00 Amazon.com gift certificate for your demo and / or short talk submission, drawn at random. One winner from each category will be chosen from the final list of accepted, WTP - related short talks / demos in the 'web development track'".
3740 Kaloyan Raev Short Talk Provide Java EE 5 design time support via WTP 1.5 and Ecl... 4075 Raj Alagumalai Short Talk J2EZ - J2EE made easier with BEA Workshop 4099 Hari Shankar Short Talk Best Practices for Effective Job Support in WTP 4165 Jon Ferraiolo Short Talk Introducing OpenAjax Alliance
David will perform the random drawing and send on results to Pieter.
Incubation reviews to be submitted 2/21. Both are ready to go.
For M6, we plan to be functionally and API complete and the remaining Release Candidates are for (only) fixing bugs, or fixing release required items (such as version numbers, licensing, etc.). An exception to this general rule will exist for 1.0 level projects (JPA and JSF), where minor enhancements and other polish items will be allowed until RC1 (May 18th).
Wording change approved. Neil will update Wiki.
Concern about time spent. Need to minimize impact to Europa. Nonetheless the value of a 1.5.4 release was accepted.
Proposed: Do integration and smoke-testing less often. Tim deBoer to write up a proposal and send on to the PMC.
All 1.5.4 bugs to be approved by the PMC. Currently expect 20-30 fixes.
Approved that the 2008 WTP release will be called "3.0". (It was felt there was enough new stuff to justify a full increment, but, obviously, we do no use this number to signify API breaking change ... that's still entirely within the plugin versions.
FYI, the 2008 release train will be called Ganymede. So, any references to the general 2008 release of the Eclipse projects should be 'Ganymede'
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