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Re: [jwt-dev] Interested in Apache Chemistry, currently in IP process
- From: Marc Dutoo <marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 15:27:34 +0200
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- just to say that, if it doesn't work for the 23rd, we'd still be
hoping for July (for Eclipse Con Europe).
Le 16/05/2012 11:44, Marc Dutoo a écrit :
Greetings dear RT PMC leaders and members
First, sorry for coming out of the blue with this email. I'm not sure
I shouldn't be doing it otherwise, but I haven't found a better
channel, though I've tried.
Making it short (*) :
At Eclipse JWT, we've developed a first version of integration with
ECM (Entreprise Content Management), that we wanted to put in the Juno
However it uses the Apache Chemistry CMIS ECM client library, which is
currently in "waiting for PMC approval" phase of the IP process of
Eclipse RT Apricot since February :
(and up to 6178)
I know that it's pretty unreasonable of me to expect anything at this
point, being this late in the game, but still could there be any
chance for it to be approved before May the 23rd (for Juno) ??
Eclipse SOA Java Workflow Tooling co-lead
(*) The long version :
We're actually Nuxeo partners, which is why I knew that Nuxeo had
contributed Apricot, and somehow believed (wrongly) that its
dependencies would be OK in Eclipse.
So I've talked it up with Thierry Delprat, Nuxeo CTO. Then I've tried
to send an email to the RT PMC mailing list 2 weeks ago, but I didn't
see until now that it had bounced (being on holidays).
Finally I had a word with Adrian Mos, SOA PMC rep to the Architecture
Council, about sending such a mail to a few of RT PMC leaders and
And even if you can't do it for Juno, rest assured that there is a
rising level of interest in Eclipse SOA for it, according to those
recent discussions with Adrian but also Stephane Drapeau of Eclipse SCA !