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Re: [technology-pmc] DSDP restructuring document and scheduling

Hey folks. I've taken another rev over the document to include some
bullets to describe what needs to happen. Can you take a look at the
section for your project and make sure that the same sort of information
is captured?

Can you please also add in the information about build stuff that needs
to be undone for the projects being archived?

AFAIK, newsgroups and mailing lists cannot be moved. You can either
leave them as they sit or can ask that they archived and new ones
created. There is precedent for projects to retain their newsgroups and
mailing lists despite names tying them to an older TLP (Equinox comes to
mind). If your project is moving, you get to make the decision.

Please update the Wiki document directly.

Come to think of it... I completely forgot about Bugzilla... I'll update
those sections that I've taken responsibility for...



Wayne Beaton wrote:
> Hey folks. Sorry, I think that several of you are copied multiple
> times here. I wanted to make sure that I had everybody who is affected
> by this on the list.
> I have updated the DSDP Restructuring document [1]. I think we're
> almost there.
> I have added a responsible individual for each part of the review.
> Effectively, responsible individuals need to (a) agree with what is
> proposed here, (b) provide IP Logs for review in the case of moves,
> and (c) initiate the necessary actions to effect the proposed change
> after the review is complete. Basically, this means that I'll be
> looking to you to create a detailed bug that webmaster and the legal
> folks can use to help you make the move/termination/creation/whatever
> work.
> Please note that there is a new project creation embedded in this.
> This is permitted by the new version of the EDP (i.e. no proposal
> period is required).
> Martin, I believe that this TCF creation is your baby (correct me if
> I'm wrong). I've taken a crack at the scope. Can you review this and
> fix  it as necessary. Also, I've added a section to discuss the
> relationship between TCF and other projects; ECF in particular as
> there seems to be overlap. In that regard, is this something that
> reasonably belongs in ECF?
> I'd like to schedule this in September. How does a community review
> period from Sept 22 to 29 sound?
> We'll need to have IP Logs submitted for MTJ, NAB, RTSC, Sequoyah, and
> TM prior to Sept 22 to make this happen.
> Do we need more time?
> If your name is listed as a responsible person and I don't hear from
> you in the next couple of days, I will assume consent.
> Thanks,
> Wayne
> [1]
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> Wayne Beaton, The Eclipse Foundation
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