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Re: [wtp-pmc] Need PMC opinions on changing type of review for CQ #11306 (Node.js v.4.4.3)

On 1 Dec 2016, at 18:46, Victor V. Rubezhny wrote:


As far as I understand it's all about the type of review for the CQ's subject. It shouldn't change the type of the project the CQ is created for.

It does.


It explicitly says "Type A" and "Type B" projects.

Yes the CQ's gets marked with wether the CQ is type A or type B but the implication of that is that the projects that does Type A CQ's can't be a Type B project.

I hope/assume it won't change the vote - but just wanted to be sure everyone was aware it is not just about the type of CQ, it wether all of JSDT (and possibly WTP) are okey moving from Type B to Type A project.



On 12/01/2016 09:22 AM, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:

I don't have a vote here but I'm all for it ;)

But is this not about changing the type of /project/ rather than /review/ ?

i.e. by doing Type A on a CQ then the release of JSDT is going to be a Type A not a Type B and that has a cascading effect on those including it (i.e. WTP and WTP EPP).

I still think this is a good idea I just want to make sure everyone is aware of the implications and it is not just about this single review.


Dear WTP PMC members,

JSDT project aims to redistribute Node.js v.4.4.3 (and later)
executables in order to make it possible to run TS Server [2]
and/or other software to provide different kind of language
related services, like content assisting, validation and so on on
user's machines independently of what's installed.

There are some changes happening on Eclipse IP Policy [3], so now
there are to types of review available:

- Type A – License Compatibility Review Only (New)
- Type B – Full Review (License Compatibility, Provenance Check,
Code Scanned for Anomalies)

With all these changes, we'd like to change the type of the review
for CQ #11306 [1] from "B" (Full Review, in which it was initially
introduced) to "A" (License Compatibility Review"), which, in our
opinion, is the most suitable for our needs.

Could you please reply with your vote "+1" for such a change or
"-1" against it?

[1] -
node.js, Version: 4.4.3

[2] -
TypeScript, Version: 1.8.10

[3] -
Eclipse Foundation IP Policy

Thanks in advance,
Victor Rubezhny,

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