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[wtp-pmc] Agenda for Tuesday, May 9, 2006 telecon

Call Info: 866-214-3176 or 404-827-9098. Access code 8870689.

Call time: 7-8am PDT.



  • Community
  • Procedural Items
    • IP update
    • “Untriaged defects” email thread – any discussion we want to have on this?
  • 1.0.3
  • 1.5 / Callisto / RC3 status
    • Interop requirements:; discussion of
      1. “A WTP 1.5 should also be able to work on projects created by WTP 2.0 users and shared via a repository. Any new artifacts creates by WTP 2.0 should not break WTP 1.5. WTP 1.5 should either ignore or tolerate any new artifacts created by WTP 2.0.” (In particular, can/should we permit ourselves the option to make 1.5 compatibility vs. a new 2.0/future mode switchable?)
  • Architecture (David)
  • JSF (Raghu)
    • Build integration update
    • RC3 readiness check
  • Dali (Shaun/Neil)
    • Reminder of upcoming “move review”
  • ATF (Craig)
  • Additional topics



Jochen and Naci are traveling today.



Craig Becker has been invited to the WTP PMC call to represent ATF.

Dali leadership (Shaun/Neil) has a standing invite through incubation exit to join the calls.


From: wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Jeffrey Liu [jeffliu@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, May 05, 2006 2:12 PM
To: General discussion of project-wide or architectural issues.
Subject: [wtp-dev] Request PMC approval for 140035,140431and 140433 for WTP 1.0.3

These 3 bugs concern potential legal exposures that may prohibit adopters from picking up WTP...

This bug concerns a Web Services-Interoperability copyright notice in the file. After talking to the owner of this code, this code is actually released under EPL. The fix is to remove the notice. Since this copyright notice is in the form of a public static string, I did an adopter breakage scan against the fix. Results suggest no adopter is using this public static string.

This bug concerns a bunch of .java files with CPL license. We should update them with EPL. The fix is to update the CPL comments with EPL. Very low risk.

This bug concerns some Sun Microsystem copyright statements in the J2EE validation code. The J2EE validation code often refers to the portion of the J2EE spec that it is validating. The content of the J2EE spec was copied and pasted into the .java files as comments. That's how the Sun copyrights got into there. After consulting with the legal team on this, these comments should be removed.


Jeffrey Liu
IBM Rational Software
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