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WTP PMC Agenda/Minutes for March 10, 2009 Conference Call

WTP PMC Agenda/Minutes for March 10, 2009 Conference Call

Call Info

Tollfree in the US: 877-421-0030
Alternate: 770-615-1247
Access code: 173098#
Full list of phone numbers

Call Time: 1500 UTC

Announcements and General Business

  • Clarify CQ PMC approval

    Any of us can approve, even your own submissions -- PMC members are assumed, even required :), to have excellent judgment. Naturally, we can all still discuss difficult or controversial cases.

  • XSL Incubation Review

    Scheduled for 18th. Docuware due by 11th. Does PMC approve this Docuware?

  • Accessibility Requirements?
  • Discuss Bug 262437 (Add dependency on EclipseLink from Dali EclipseLink feature)

    Off-hand reaction was that EclipseLink could be part of the JEE IDE Package, but not the normal wtp download

    Some thought/discussion should take place on if Dali EclipseLink feature should be part of EclipseLink, with Dali proper being able to "plugin" similar runtime-tool sets.

    There are two cases, 1) provide out of the box functionality -- pure packaging and 2) improve functionality --requiring compile-time dependancy.

Reports, Actions, Issues

Planning: David Williams

  • M6


WTP User Experience Lead: Kaloyan Raev

  • ?


Quality: Neil Hauge


Architecture: Tim deBoer

  • Tim still owes writeup of tips on how to get started.


Education: Naci Dai

Naci reports web pages for education materials are about ready. He is writing article, as deadline is in December. Raghu was only response he got for being interested in contributing too.

Please review: Resource Page Proposal

Naci Reports continuing to work on articles

Working with Ian to do a press release on education materials. Prior or concurrent with EclipseCon


Requirements: Raghu Srinivasan

Raghu noted we should remind PLs to update plans every milestone.


General business?

Other projects to watch:

PMC Calendar

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Please send any additions or corrections to David Williams.

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