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Re: [wtp-dev] Reminder: Office Hour tomorrow

If you discover there are gerrits open against WTP projects, and they've been built OK but no one has merged them, please reach out to me, Nitin, or the WTP subproject leads directly on Mattermost and we'll make sure they're approved/merged. 

Also if anyone wants to take over as the WTP releng guy, I'm happy to pass that responsibility over to a new owner. I don't really have the time for it anymore, and I don't use Eclipse anymore either, having switched to Che and VS Code. 

On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 12:40 AM Nitin Dahyabhai <thatnitind@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
One addendum, since I only just noticed it, but there's a compile failure in JSF against Platform's M3. I've reported it as

On Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 10:58 PM Nitin Dahyabhai <thatnitind@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi folks,
Just a quick reminder that I'll have our conference call meeting open at the usual time. Here's what's going on with WTP:

1) WTP builds still moving to JIRO:
Good news: all the projects are buildable. Bad news: a number of them have failing tests. Somewhere in the middle news: Releng will be determining how to publish builds from JIRO, as mentioned in bug 568553, but our buildmeister could probably use a hand. It's not code, and I recall that sort of thing being a refreshing change of pace in the years I was largely away from WTP and Eclipse.
2) Jakarta EE, 9 and above:
Jakarta EE 9 has GA'd. There's some progress being made against our Jakarta EE 9 query*, but there are a few items that could use some attention like bug 565498, regarding the Servlet/Listener/Filter wizards. I came across a Stack Overflow question from someone bewildered about the Servlet wizard generating a broken source file because it referred to the wrong API packages. If someone understands the way those wizards work, that information on its own would help whoever ends up tackling that bug.

Maybe I'll see you tomorrow, but as before, you can reply right here to discuss anything you like. Until next time!

Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse WTP PMC

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