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Re: [incubation] Fast releasing projects

> 1. apr. 2018 kl. 19:59 skrev Gunnar Wagenknecht <gunnar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On Mar 29, 2018, at 21:10, Gorkem Ercan <gorkem.ercan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I have been an active committer/lead on Eclipse projects since 2004 and the way eclipse projects are
>> supposed to be run has not changed too much since then. You can compare 2008 EDP [3] and see for yourself.
>> And every time a project tries to adopt practices that is different from EDP,  we end up with a discussion
>> around how to patch the day to day practice and do very little on EDP itself.
> I agree, that last larger revision to the EDP is quite some time ago. However, we spent quite some time reviewing and discussing it at the AC. I believe back then a significant change was the elimination of sub-projects to simplify organization. It's about time to look at a new major revision, which will happen. It's not an easy thing, though. Someone has to do the work and I believe that the EF folks are pretty hands down with the EE4J on boarding. This the AC's role to provide input to and define the EDP becomes more important. Looking forward to your input to that! :)

I’m glad to see you nominated for the Architecture Council (AC) Gorkem, and I think we all agree that the EDP is ready for a revision.

I’m looking forward to future discussions at the AC. I know one should not be pointing, but thank you for pointing out the large creature with the trunk standing amongst us ;)

Best regards,

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