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Re: [ecf-dev] Nomination for ECF committer: Pierre-Henry Perret
- From: Peter Nehrer <pnehrer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 09:09:58 -0400
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Scott Lewis wrote:
I hereby nominate Pierre-Henry Perret to become an ECF committer.
Pierre was the initiator of a previous open source project (JIVM with
jxta.org). He has been a major contributor on ECF for the past few
months and has nearly completed a JXTA-based ECF provider
implementation. For those interested, the code is available for your
See below for a description of Pierre's background, areas of interest,
ECF committers (only) please respond publicly to this mailing list by
Friday July 28 with your vote: +1=approve, 0=no vote,-1=disapprove.
Scott's vote: +1
Pierre is a lead programmer with more than 10 years of professional
experience. He was the project creator for the open source project
called JIVM (http://jivm.jxta.org/) based upon JXTA. [Note: jxta.org
currently does not make the source available for the JIVM project, but
Pierre has asked them to make it available, and you can also contact
Pierre directly if you wish to see it/use it).
Pierre has been a contributor on ECF for the past few months and has
nearly completed a JXTA-based ECF provider implementation. This code
is available for your inspection here:
Pierre provided me with the info below about his motivation/desire to
become an Eclipse/ECF committer. Please read it over and submit any
questions to Pierre (phperret@xxxxxxxxx) directly (but please forward
all communications to all ECF committers).
I wish to work on ECF project,
* first because I like to work in OS community
* because I'm interested in the implementation of P2P protocols
in java. As a early committer in the jxta community, my first
contribution idea was writing a JXTA provider for ECF (this
provider is missing).
* As JXTA is a relatively complex protocol, I will make an
implementation of the lighter protocol for ad-hoc wifi networks,
the Open Link State Routing protocol.
* Another motivation, is coming into the Eclipse very exciting
project based on universal concepts that can fit to any type of
The last, but not least, motivation is to become a leader in my
company for the Eclipse technology, and developping tools for network
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