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Re: [wtp-pmc] Fwd: [Bug 510140] [restructure] datatools Collapse DataTools and turn it into a (Web) Tools subproject

It would be best to discuss the future of DTP in an open and achievable forum, such as dtp-dev mailing list or in the bug that Wayne opened with a post on cross-project indicating that such discussion is going on.


Ultimately, the #1 question ought to be is who will contribute to this project going forward. Once that question is settled, the location and structure of the project should be up to that crew to devise.


- Konstantin



From: Neil Hauge
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:58 PM
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Subject: [wtp-pmc] Fwd: [Bug 510140] [restructure] datatools Collapse DataTools and turn it into a (Web) Tools subproject




We probably need to discuss where DTP should end up in more detail.  I think there are pros and cons to it being inside or outside of WTP.  Not sure we covered this is much detail in previous discussion.  Perhaps we should schedule an ad-hoc meeting given the time window we are working with, or discuss over email if a meeting isn't possible.



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Subject: [Bug 510140] [restructure] datatools Collapse Data Tools and turn it into a (Web) Tools subproject

Date: January 10, 2017 at 3:40:11 PM EST
Product/Component: Community / Proposals and Reviews

--- Comment #2 from Brian Payton <bpayton@xxxxxxxxxx> ---
The Tools or Technology PMCs are certainly valid choices, but WTP as a home for
DTP is not so odd. When the DTP project was started, back in 2005, one of the
main sources for the initial code contributions was the WTP RDB sub-project.
The Database Explorer, Table browser, and a lot of the connectivity code came
from there.  Once the DTP project became established, the WTP RDB project was
deprecated. So, in a sense, a move under WTP would be a return to DTP's roots

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