Re: [soa-pmc] STP Termination/Archiving Review
This looks pretty good. The only thing I might add is a request for a
redirect from /stp to /soa. Or even better might be a redirect to a page
that describes the transition so that anybody who currently cares about
stp won't be totally lost (though that ship may have already sailed)
I am comfortable enough with this content to recommend that we move
forward with scheduling the review at your earliest (in)convenience. How
does November 24-Dec1 grab you? Or Dec 8-15?
Oisin Hurley wrote:
> Hi all,
> With most of the sub-projects and other elements of STP now
> successfully moved to SOA, it's time to draw up a termination
> plan for the original STP holder project. Here's the outline, with
> some preparation messages, just so that we don't accidentally
> blow stuff up we want to keep :)
> Let me know if anything is off-target here. I've cc'ed Wayne on
> this email, to help with a suggestion for a date and remind us
> all if we are missing anything.
> One top-level issue - what is the status of the STP Policy
> project in its move?
> * Reasons for termination.
> -> evolution. the content of this project is now disbursed to the
> SOA project, or is independent
> STP BPMN --> independent BPMN project
> STP IM --> Now, Mangrove at SOA
> STP Policy --> In progress move to SOA
> STP SCA --> Moved to SOA
> * Decommiterrizations
> All outstanding STP committerships will be removed (see below). These
> individuals should have
> SOA committerships in place already, if they are continuing work.
> 0/0 David Bosschaert
> 0/0 Alain Boulze
> 0/0 Stéphane Drapeau
> 0/0 Oisin Hurley
> 0/0 Etienne Juliot
> 0/0 Hugues Malphettes
> 0/0 Alexey Markevich
> 0/0 Antony Miguel
> 0/0 Adrian Mos
> 0/0 Gerald Preissler
> 0/0 Nicolas SALATGE
> 0/0 Andrei Shakirin
> 0/0 Antoine Toulme
> 0/0 Aliaksandr Tselesh
> 0/0 Andrea Zoppello
> 0/0 Vincent Zurczak
> * SVN elements that are to be archived.
> Please check to make sure you have got what you want before these are
> * CVS elements to be archived
> The website for stp should be wrapped up and disappeared. I have noticed
> that there are some existing SOA subprojects that have not moved their
> web content. Doing that is a pain, I know, but I would recommend the move.
> * Wiki elements to be archived
> Wiki is a little harder to clean, because it's non-hierarchical, but I recommend
> that we just discard most of the material. It's been unmaintained for a while
> and is thus misleading and of negative value. Projects that are migrating to
> the SOA umbrella will need to move their wiki collateral, changing the names
> of the pages.
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/STP and subpages
> * Bugzilla products
> It looks like all of the Bugs have already been scooped out and moved from
> this project/product and it can be removed
> * Newsgroups
> This to be made inactive.
> * Mailing lists
> These to be made inactive.
Wayne Beaton, The Eclipse Foundation
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