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Re: [iot-wg] Adoption of latest changes to Eclipse IP process
  • From: "Jaeckle Thomas (IOC/PAP-DDM-TH)" <Thomas.Jaeckle@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2021 12:16:43 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: Adoption of latest changes to Eclipse IP process

Hi Kai.

For the Eclipse Ditto project we already gladly adopted the new IP process.
Only for dependencies which have a score <75 on Clearlydefined we file CQs now, which does not happen often any longer.

I created Jenkins jobs utilizing the "dash" license tool in order to e.g. always ensure that all compile/runtime dependencies are cleared for usage:
Prior to releases I want to have also a run which I "keep forever" and mark with the about to be released version.

The "works with" (test-/build-only) dependencies checks are only used for cross-checking whether we have all non-cleared "works-with" dependencies declared correctly.
This is still manual work - does someone have a better approach for this?

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards

 Thomas Jaeckle

Bosch IoT Things- Product Area IoT Platform (IOC/PAP-DDM-TH)
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Von: iot-wg <iot-wg-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> Im Auftrag von Hudalla Kai (IOC/PAP-DDM) via iot-wg
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 18. März 2021 09:45
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Cc: Hudalla Kai (IOC/PAP-DDM) <Kai.Hudalla@xxxxxxxx>
Betreff: [iot-wg] Adoption of latest changes to Eclipse IP process

Hi list,

during the latest meeting of the IoT Working Group PMC we discussed the number of CQs that have been created lately by the projects governed under the IoT top level project.

Our gut feeling is that this number has decreased significantly over the last few months. This is good for the PMC members as it means less work reviewing them :-)

We also wondered what the reason for this decrease might be.
One possibility is that you guys have simply reduced your pace in working on your code and therefore do not need to introduce new or update existing dependencies. However, we do not really believe so and thus the other possibility seems to be much more probable:

You have actually started to adopt the latest changes to the Eclipse IP process as outlined by Wayne on his blog last year [1] :-)

It would be really great if you could reply to this mail and drop us a line indicating if this is indeed the case for your particular project.
We would, of course, also be interested in any feedback you have regarding the new process and how it helps (or hinders) you in your work on your project(s).

This way we will have a chance of knowing if we need to invest more time in educating our community about how to take advantage of the new
(simplified) IP process.

Thanks a lot for your help!


Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards

Kai Hudalla

Software Developer - Bosch IoT Hub

Bosch.IO GmbH
Ullsteinstr. 128
12109 Berlin

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