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Re: [eclipse-pmc] RedDeer sample

On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 12:05 PM, Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 10:56 AM, Daniel Megert <daniel_megert@xxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> Last time in February Alex said that there's no time in the Red Hat team
>> at the moment. Looks like that changed?

Everything changes Dani :)

> There's an opportunity for a few simple tests to move into PDE. The author
> of those tests believe it would be a simple task and thinks it's doable
> quickly.
> So there isn't more time available for big work, but bootstrapping something
> about it seems doable quickly now.
> Then, we can progressively consider moving some other tests which could make
> sense. Establishing an exhaustive list and creating new tests just for
> Platform is something that is still in the "no time for it" zone at the
> moment.

Exactly ^^. We can do upstreaming of existing tests or when developing
new but can't dedicate someone to do only upstream platform work.

>> Note that before adding any dependency, a CQ must be filed and approved,
>> even for test related stuff.
> RedDeer is now an project:
> . Do we need a CQ?

No CQ should be neeed for that.

>> Having said that, I'm also fine with trying it out.
> Cool, thanks.
> As soon as the CQ part is clarified, I'll try to submit a patch for the TP
> and then we'll try to have the first tests coming into PDE.
> Without being able to commit to anything, I would love it to happen before
> EclipseCon Europe. There's a talk about RedDeer there which would be more
> profitable to many people if RedDeer has some adopters at by
> then.
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Alexander Kurtakov
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