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Re: [tools-pmc] Apache HttpComponents* CQs
  • From: "Sohn, Matthias" <matthias.sohn@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2020 15:06:45 +0000
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Hi John,


I created these CQs on the orbit project since JGit doesn’t need them but they are needed in Orbit to get the update

of httpcomponents through without needing umpteen other projects to file their CQs orbit could piggy-back on.


I volunteered to add all these side components (which we don’t need) to speed this upgrade up and asked

other projects to file CQs for these components.

Then Roland Grunberg (lead of the Orbit project) proposed in bug

I should try to file these CQs directly on Orbit to speed this up, which is what I did :-)


AFAIK the requirement to file CQs for all dependencies of a project has been dropped to simplify the process but it is still followed

since new tooling for the new simplified process isn’t yet available and the changes of the new simplified process aren’t yet fully rolled out.

That’s why we thought we can try this shortcut.


Let me know if this assumption is wrong then the projects which need those components need to file CQs for them and

we can update the existing piggy-back CQs I created for Orbit.


AFAIK the type B IP checks were discontinued and there are only type A CQs left.

If you file a CQ of type B it’s changed to type A by some bot, hence I filed these CQs as type A directly.




From: Jonah Graham <jonah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Monday, 13. January 2020 at 15:44
To: Tools PMC mailing list <tools-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx>, "Sohn, Matthias" <matthias.sohn@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Apache HttpComponents* CQs


Hello Tools-PMC and Matthias,


(Matthias explicitly on to line because I don't know if you are subscribed to tools-pmc)


I have seen the CQs come in for HttpComponents* awaiting PMC. This was going to be my first official act as a member of the PMC, so please let me know if I misunderstand.


Historically I believe that CQs are not added on Orbit directly, but on the projects that require them? So, is it correct that these CQs are for tools.orbit, or should they be submitted against another project first and then Add To Orbit (ATO)?


The other thing I was wondering about is that these CQs are Type_A. While the currently submitted CQs are not consumed by Platform, some very similarly named ones are and the Platform requires Type_B. I suppose that if/when Platform need them they will resubmit the CQ with only the Type_B change?





Jonah Graham
Kichwa Coders

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