|Re: [tools-pmc] [mtj-dev] Sequoyah termination stalled|
Hi,I had wanted to keep the MTJ running (when I was the project lead) because Nokia at the time had a product based on it and there was a possibility of active involvement with the project. I am no longer with Nokia and have no visibility to their plans but at least it looks like they are not very active. However I will let Pranav comment on that.--GorkemOn Mon, May 6, 2013 at 9:38 AM, David M Williams <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm not sure what you are expecting from us, PMC, here.
As far as I can tell, MJT has too committers,
Gorkem Ercan, Pranav Gothadiya (recent project lead).
Why are they (MJT) not being terminated too? I didn't see anything in Termination Review or the bug you referenced where it was stated that they WANT to continue. Am I missing it? Or missing some history?
MJT project, if you are listening, can you explain why you want to continue? What you plan to do with the project?
From: Wayne Beaton <wayne@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: sequoyah-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx, mtj-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 05/03/2013 03:28 PM
Subject: [tools-pmc] Sequoyah termination stalled
Sent by: tools-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
Greetings Tools PMC.
The Sequoyah project's termination process has stalled. I'd like to kick it back into gear.
The termination review documentation is here:
The bug that I'm using to track the termination is here:
Your input is welcome.
Some things to note:
* MTJ needs to move from being a Sequoyah subproject to a Tools subproject.
* MTJ's website is still in CVS which means that it hasn't been touched in at least four months.
* MTJ feels like it's on life support. Some TLC might be in order.
Can the PMC please coordinate with the MTJ project to make sure that the impact of the move from tools.sequoyah.mtj to tools.mtj is fully understood?
I'd like to schedule this review to start next Thursday.
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