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Re: [iot-wg] Adoption of latest changes to Eclipse IP process

Hi Kai,

Mosquitto doesn't tend to accumulate dependencies as fast as some
other projects, so it's not been a particular issue. I've tried out
the dash tool and it's... ok. It needs more documentation for projects
that aren't Java/Node based though. I've just opened an issue around
that point. Unfortunately for me, the dependencies I checked were
either incorrect, or were missing/needed review. I submitted some
fixes to Clearly Definedwhere the licenses were wrong, but it's not a
great website to use and I can't tell how to create new entries.

TLDR: It looks like I'll still be using traditional CQs for the next
dependencies. It's a shame, I'm sure the system will improve though.



On Thu, 18 Mar 2021 at 08:45, Hudalla Kai (IOC/PAP-DDM) via iot-wg
<iot-wg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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!
> [1]
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