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Re: [technology-pmc] Koneki 1.1 release

The review documentation is in the PMI:


On 01/24/2014 09:59 AM, Benjamin Cabé wrote:
Dear PMC,

We’ve fixed our IP log – it is now approved [1]
Would you please give us your +1 so as to allow us to properly release :-)


De : Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@xxxxxxxxx>
Répondre à : Technology PMC <technology-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date : mardi 14 janvier 2014 18:06
À : Technology PMC <technology-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc : development dicussions for the Koneki project <koneki-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Objet : Re: [technology-pmc] Koneki 1.1 release

Mistakes happen, we're human!

I'm trying to recall the last time this happened but my guess is that we'll have to pull the release and get the official votes in.

I like to be practical and let it slide in this case IMHO, goes against the dev process and at the foundation, we always guarantee that public releases go through IP review. It's one of the high quality markings of the Eclipse Foundation IMHO.

Any other opinions from the Tech PMC before we make the project pull the release and go for a vote?

On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 8:37 AM, Benjamin Cabé <bcabe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi PMC, (cc’ing koneki-dev mailing-list too)

We would like to request your approval for the release of Koneki 1.1, for which documentation is available at [1], and IP log is pending approval.
The weird thing here is that we made a mistake in that the bits are already public. This is totally my bad – the team has done a great job at publishing all the milestones on time, keeping the project plan up-to-date, etc. and everything was going so smoothly that the 1.1 actually ended up being released without going through a review. 
Please advise on how you want us to proceed with this release: do you approve it a priori? should we unpublish the bits and release again? …

FWIW in the near future we want to restructure Koneki to run Lua Development Tools as an independent Tools project. This is still WIP but initial thoughts are available here [2].

Again, I apologize for the mess – hope we’ll find a way to fix the mistake and release properly,
Thanks a lot,

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