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Re: [osgi-dev] Minutes of the OSGi Specification Project meeting, 17th March 2021

Oops, I changed the wiki page name. So the proper link for this past meeting's minutes is
But the minutes page is listed on the home wiki page to make it easy to find.
We decided to use a single wiki page for all the call minutes and to top-post the latest minutes. So the wiki page will hold all the minutes for simple searching with the most recent minutes at the top.
Thanks for taking the minutes David!

BJ Hargrave
Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM // office: +1 386 848 1781
OSGi Fellow and OSGi Specification Project lead // mobile: +1 386 848 3788
----- Original message -----
From: David Bosschaert <david.bosschaert@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [osgi-dev] Minutes of the OSGi Specification Project meeting, 17th March 2021
Date: Fri, Mar 19, 2021 04:43
Hi all,
The minutes for the first OSGi Specification Project meeting are now on the wiki:
If there's anything I missed, let me know.
Kind regards,
2021-03-17 Call

Attendees: BJ Hargrave, James Hunt, David Bosschaert, Tom Watson, Tim Ward, Kai Hackbarth, Ray Augé, Todor Boev, Jürgen Albert, Karl Pauls, Mark Hoffman

This is the first OSGi Specification Project call held at Eclipse.

BJ opens the meeting.

Question: what do we do with existing OSGi Compendium R8 specs that are in-flight?

We need to create issues for each of these specs in the project which point to where the work is going on.

Requirements, design and API will be done in a branch on the main osgi/osgi repository. Requirements and design will be done in Markdown or Asciidoc files on this branch. People can file PRs on these and they automatically get rendered by github.

[after meeting edit: diagrams can be included via plant uml embedding in either format, see for an example]

Action for everyone involved in an OSGi R8 compendium spec chapter:

create a pointer issue for your spec in flight
Tom suggests to post an agenda in advance of this meeting going forward.

Meeting finished.

Next meeting: Wednesday October 31st, at 1400 UTC (correct for your own timezone / daylight saving time)

Meeting location:
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