RE: [dsdp-pmc] DSDP Incubator Project
The reason I ask is because if the contribution
will be cleared within a few weeks, then it probably is not worth the effort
to create an incubation project first and figure out my other concern.
I'm a bit leery of using an incubation
project to explicitly bypass the Eclipse IP process. I'm not sure what
the reasons are why every new contribution is not eligible for the Parallel
IP process. But apparantly there are some, so I don't think we should be
putting code in an incubator first, unless it has some other characteristics
of an incubation project, or Eclipse legal signs off on using the Parallel
What's the estimated time to complete IP
clearance on the contribution?
I don't know. It's a plain EPL-only
contribution from only 2 main authors,
so I don't expect any major roadblocks,
but only the EMO IP team can
answer the timing question.
Feel free to CC on the CQ and
ask the question there:
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