|Re: [eclipse.org-planning-council] Reminder of "nearly first Wednesday" meeting, June 8, 12 noon|
I may not be able to attend this call.
I am very concerned that many of the projects that have stated
their intention to participate in the Neon Simultaneous release
are not participating in the necessary communication channels, or
are otherwise disinterested in the process. I mean process not in
the EDP sense, but rather in the sense of the process of putting
together a simultaneous release and the communication that is
required to make that happen.
In at least a few cases, project teams stated an intent to push a new version into Neon, but then just didn't (contributing Mars bits instead). Despite multiple attempts through multiple channels for me to communicate with them regarding missing review materials, I have yet to have elicited any sort of response from some.
The processy stuff is, IMHO, revealing a concerning lack of participation in the entire process. As I raise warnings, on the cross-projects-issues-dev list, I would at least expect the representatives for some of the projects to contact me in a mild state of panic. Instead, I'm getting nothing from some projects which leads me to the conclusion that I stated above.
I'm pretty sure that I've communicated deadlines and have issued
As it sits, I may have to fail some release reviews. I have heard absolutely nothing from BPMN2 Modeler, XWT, and Andmore.
I have initiated back channel communications with BIRT, Data Tools, and Web Tools and am confident that something should be coming my way shortly.
It appears that GMF Tooling, and WindowBuilder will be
contributing old bits. The WindowBuilder team did submit an IP Log
for 1.9 (but no PMC approval as of yet), but currently has 1.8
bits in the repository. By my thinking, it's way too late for them
to change this.
I'll provide further updates as events warrant.
On 07/06/16 05:15 PM, David M Williams wrote:
I have an initial draft agenda at
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