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[ecf-dev] ECF 3.4 - PLEASE READ
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 09 Oct 2010 07:34:21 -0700
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We've been threatening to have an ECF 3.4 minor release for a while now,
and I think it's finally about time. It would be very nice if it were
available prior to Eclipse Summit Europe (around Nov 2).
The Eclipse Foundation has a project review day/timeslot available on
Oct 20th. That means we need to have the review materials (slides) to
the foundation by *October 13*.
In order to get the materials together quickly, and with minimum burden
on anyone, I would like to have the committers that worked on the new
additions to create
1) A single slide (if at all possible), that presents a description of
what the addition is. Something readable by open office please.
2) A short html blurb for the ECF 3.4 New and Noteworthy. (this can be
of essentially the same content as 1, but remember it's intended for the
New and Noteworthy and a larger audience, and so might benefit from
Then I will edit and create the review slides in the EF format, as well
as the New and Noteworthy.
I need to receive things by the *12th*, so that I have some time to do
the editing and etc.
Here are the main additions that I know of for ECF 3.4 and the lead
committer responsible for that addition...please add to this if I'm
DNS-SD: Markus Kuppe
Atom/RSS rest rs provider: Pavel Samolisov
Is there anything else of note that I'm missing?
The work on the JMS provider is also there, but this isn't part of the
ECF 3.4 review since it's at github repo only (not at dev.eclipse.org).
Action: Please create the slide and html blurb, and send to me *before*
end of your day on Oct 12.
If others wish to help out on the slide editing and/or the New and
Noteworthy creation please let me know. I would appreciate the help.
This is going to be a terrific release for ECF. Thanks to committers
and contributors alike.