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Changes in TPTP PMC and project leadership [message #670175] Thu, 12 May 2011 23:25
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We would like to announce that we have completed the transition of TPTP
leadership as mentioned earlier in the March 28 annoucement. Wayne Beaton is
now the PMC lead for TPTP. Torsten Stolpmann from Verit is the project lead
for the Platform, Testing Tools, and Trace and Profiling Tools projects. The
other existing PMC members (including myself) had resigned from the PMC in
the April 11 PMC meeting as originally planned. Thank you Oliver, Jonathan,
Ernest and Jerome for your participation in the TPTP PMC and leadership.

In the next couple of weeks, we will also be cleaning up the committer list
for the various TPTP projects to remove committers who will no longer be
actively participating. I would like to take this opportunity to thank them
for their contribution to the TPTP project.

So, over to you Torsten and Wayne. Best wishes with the TPTP projects!

Kathy Chan
IBM Canada Lab

Original announcement sent on March 28:

******************************************* IMPORTANT NEWS: Updated plans
for TPTP projects ********************************************

TPTP Community,

As communicated in November 2011, the PMC had plan to archive the TPTP
projects after TPTP 4.7.2, which was released back in February. Details of
the plan was available in: seTPTPProjectPlan2010.htm

In mid-February, the PMC was notified by the EMO that Claudia K
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