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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] 2020-03 Participation Page


If you look at the Object Teams commit history you'll see it's regularly disabled and then enabled.  This is because its patch features must be carefully coordinated with the features JDT contributes to the train.  Given that Stephen Herrman is responsible, I don't expect there is any problem here; it being disabled in a transient situation.

Lua/LDT got disabled 4 months ago as a side effect of a DLTK contribution.  So I believe it was absent in 2019-12 too.  New content was last contributed more than a year ago.  I would assume this project is AWOL and that no one actually cares.

I would not expect any response from JWT.  I announced its removal to this list:

The project is dead.


On 25.02.2020 16:24, Wayne Beaton wrote:
Greetings folks.

I've created the 2020-03 Participation Page using the information that I have available. Please have a look to make sure that I've gotten it right.

As far as I am aware, the only project that has formally dropped out is EMF Diff/Merge. There are three other projects with disabled aggrcon files: Eclipse ObjectTeams, Eclipse Lua Development Tools, and Eclipse JWT. With only one final milestone to go, it feels very wrong to have these disabled at this stage. Project teams please engage to get these contributions sorted out.

I did try to confirm many (but not all) of the version numbers listed on the participation page with version information in the aggrcon files (in those cases where the information was apparent). If I've gotten the version wrong, please first make sure that you've created a release record with the correct version number and date and then let me know so that I can fix the reference. Note that the release records are connected by reference, so if you change the release record that is already linked from the participation page, that change will be reflected.

I noted that the Eclipse RCP Testing Tool 2.5.1 release (which is the version referenced in the aggrcon file) had the wrong release date, so I changed it to 2020-03-18. Let me know if I've made a horrible, horrible mistake.

Note that, if you are contributing a new release to 2020-03, you only need to engage in a release review if you have not already engaged in a successful release review in twelve months ending on 2020-03-18. Note also that you only need to submit your IP Log for review when you engage in a release review (so if you've done a successful release review since March 18/2019, you do not need to submit your IP Log for review). You are, however, responsible for making sure that the intellectual property included in and referenced by your project has been properly vetted. If you're not sure, you can always submit your IP Log and I'll have a look.


Wayne Beaton

Director of Open Source Projects | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

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