Looks good to me , +1.
Couple minor points,
<![endif]>Slide numbers would be good such that one can refer to a slide
<![endif]>The “Community is active” bullet doesn’t really belong to the non-code aspects IMO; community aspect seems a strong aspect of Orion thanks to collaboration
with other Open Source communities, maybe add a slide to the Community section ?
<![endif]>The “Bugzilla” slide says 342 reports resolved but the next one has Total=313 bugs , would be good to explain the differenct (I assume it’s duplicates
/ WONTFIX / INVALID)
<![endif]>First bullet on the “Community” slide should probably mention IRC, I was surprised it was missing but then it’s mentioned on bullet 5 (where it doesn’t
really relate to the blogs, does it ?)
I would be interested in hearing how “the outside world” talks about Orion. Are there any articles, dzone entries, blogs, …
Not necessarily needed for the release review, but if you have something it would be good mentioning it.
Martin Oberhuber, SMTS / Product Architect – Development Tools,
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Subject: [eclipse-pmc] Orion 2.0 Release Review
As a reminder, the Orion Project is on 4 month releases. Our last, 1.0, was in October 2012. This release review is for our ~February 25th, 2013 release of 2.0.
Please review the following document on the release:
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