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Re: [equinox-dev] new Equinox services from ProSyst

Ha!  chicken and egg problem...  So the best way to do this as follows.
1) call for a vote to accept these contributions (see separate message following shortly)
2) assuming a good vote outcome, open separate Bugzilla entries in Eclipse/Equinox/Bundles for each of the service implementations that you will contribute.  
3) Someone on the Equinox team will then enter the contribution questionnaires and start the legal process.  
4) In parallel with that we will start the committer process.   To that end various forms need to be filled out.  See
I am not sure of Prosyst's status and what forms you have completed.  You and I should work offline to walk through the process.  Can you review the document and see which case applies here?  Then we can submit the appropriate docs.

Make sense? Hopefully it will all come together in a couple weeks.


Dimitar Valtchev <d.valtchev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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04/03/2007 09:26 AM

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[equinox-dev] new Equinox services from ProSyst

We are now ready with the source code of our OSGi services which we
will contribute to Equinox. These are:

- Implementation of OSGi Declarative Services Specification
- Implementation of OSGi IO Connector Service Specification
- Implementation of OSGi Initial Provisioning
- Implementation of OSGi Wire Admin Service Specification

We have done the following:

-all class packages have now names in the Eclipse namespace;
-all common utility classes used in the implementation of the services
above are packed in a separated bundle (util.jar) which is also
available under EPL and uses the Eclipse namespace;
-there are no dependencies on any other ProSyst classes.

My understanding is that we are currently not able to put any code
directly into the incubator area. Our case should be covered by Fig.6
of the document at
http://www.eclipse.org/legal/EclipseLegalProcessPoster.pdf, which
means that we need to fill the Contribution Questionnaire on Committer
Tools, to which we do not have access because we do not have a
committer status yet.

Jeff could you help us on this issue (I have already asked for a
committer status for our developers Pavlin Dobrev and Teodor Todorov)?
I can also provide a public link for FTP download and you can then put
the source into the Equinox CVS but I assume that this does not comply
with the defined legal process. How should we proceed?


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