Nick, who specifically on that “team” do you think should get those changes in for you? To help, here is the commit log from the git repo.
Kaloyan Raev is the only active committer and from his note earlier in this chain, he has removed the dependency from the projects he works on.
We really need to be crystal clear at this point what the plan is.
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AFAIK it's out.
But if I find time to submit the changes from my/Rob's github fork as gerrit review(s) back to the master fork on
git.eclipse.org, that team can evaluate it, merge it, and maybe decide they want to be included for M6. Then it'll be up to the Planning Council to approve the late addition.
At least that's my interpretation of the rules. EMO might have a different view. :)
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On Feb 8, 2018 11:29 AM, "Simon Bernard" <sbernard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sry for the delay, I re-enabled LDT removing ldt.remote feature which depends on RSE.
So this should be ok for photon M6.
I'm a bit confuse. Will RSE be reintegrated or is it officially and definitely not part of Photon ?
Le 01/02/2018 à 12:22, Frederic Gurr a écrit :
Thanks to Kaloyan, Dawid and Eugene for fixing and re-enabling the
contributions of DLTK, PDT and TCF.
The only contribution missing is LDT.
Since it's already past the +3 window, LDT will miss Photon M5.
Hopefully they can rejoin for M6.
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