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[technology-pmc] RE: Hl7 V3 contribution


That is correct provided:
- It is not an initial contribution to a project
- It was developed during the course of the project's development activities
at Eclipse;
- There is no encryption
- The code is owned by those contributing it and the authors are free to
contribute it.  
- The code is being contributed under the terms of the EPL and was/will be
submitted via Bugzilla.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bjorn Freeman-Benson [mailto:bjorn.freeman-benson@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 3:55 PM
To: grahame@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; 'Janet Campbell'
Cc: Technology PMC
Subject: Re: Hl7 V3 contribution

You have the Technology PMC's approval for these packages. My current 
understanding of the Eclipse IP process is that if the code was entirely 
developed under the direction of the OHF project leaders and committers 
(no outside code), even though it was developed outside the Eclipse CVS, 
that you can check it directly into CVS without a 
Contribution Questionnaire.

Please correct me if I am wrongly interpreting your previous email on 
this issue.

- Bjorn

Grahame Grieve wrote:
> Hi Bjorn
> I would like to make a number of contributions,
> and I need PMC approval for the code.
> The code is the basic knowledge layer for
> HL7 V3 definitions which will be used by all our
> tools, and some other parties as well.
> specifically, I am seeking approval for the following
> packages:
> org.eclipse.ohf.h3et.core
> org.eclipse.ohf.h3et.core.tests
> org.eclipse.ohf.h3et.mif.core
> org.eclipse.ohf.h3et.mifconversion
> org.eclipse.ohf.h3et.mifconversion.test
> org.eclipse.ohf.h3et.staticmodel.core
> (mif and staticmodel are Hl7 concepts)
> They were developed by OHF committers under the
> eclipse development process in all respects but one,
> which is that the code was in Jiva's internal subversion
> repository while it was prototyped.
> Can you please approve this contribution,
> thanks
> Grahame

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