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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Projects missing from Mars

Iâm fine with waiting until Jan to see if we have enough momentum. Iâd be happy to see TM go forward with o.e.remote, the launch bar, and TM/TCF Terminal. Until we have someone who is willing to sign up to support and test RSE, though, I think itâs inclusion for Mars is problematic. If someone does sign up for this, I have no problem with RSE going in as well.

Greg

On Dec 11, 2014, at 2:49 PM, Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm working with Greg Watson and the TM, PTP, and CDT teams to come up with a new target management system based on org.eclipse.remote. All signs point to that being available for Mars. Coding is underway but I'm just not ready to commit at this time. Let's see what January brings. 

Doug

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From: Wayne Beaton
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2014 2:29 PM
To: Cross project issues
Reply To: Cross project issues
Subject: [cross-project-issues-dev] Projects missing from Mars

Greetings folks.

I believe that I'm caught up with the opt-in.

The following projects are on the "dropped" list:
  • Intent
  • Target Management
  • Data Tools Platform
  • Java Workflow Tooling
  • Marketplace Client
  • Koneki
  • Target Communication Framework

Both Intent and Target Management have informed the community that they've dropped out (though there is still some ongoing discussion regarding TM).

The rest have not yet created a release record. I'm expecting that least two of them (Data Tools and Marketplace Client) really do want to participate. I'll give them all a kick.

Wayne
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Wayne Beaton
@waynebeaton
The Eclipse Foundation
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