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Re: [wtp-pmc] Fw: [cross-project-issues-dev] Eclipse Photon opt-in deadline is December 15.

+1, builds are green from the releng.aggregator. 

There are still a number of steps remaining to migrate the whole build system over to the new CI-based model (8 project builds + one overall aggregation build), including 3 more repo merges, at least 9 features to move out of javaee and into downstream repos, and a LOT of tests to either fix, migrate, or recategorize as integration tests). But if everyone involved checks their gerrit / bugzilla mail regularly, we should get those solved for M5. :)

Latest status/updates/list of blockers:

Will there be a wtp devel call next week on Dec 7? The last one was Nov 9 - we missed one last week due to US Thanksgiving and I don't see any future ones on the calendar. I'll happily add them if PMC / leads approve.


On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 2:33 PM, Carl Anderson <ccc@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I don't believe that WTP has opted in yet. We should do this soon... are there any objections? (And do all project leads have a plan in place?)


- Carl Anderson
WTP PMC lead
----- Forwarded by Carl Anderson/Raleigh/IBM on 11/29/2017 02:32 PM -----

From: Wayne Beaton <>
To: Cross project issues <>
Date: 11/29/2017 01:19 PM
Subject: [cross-project-issues-dev] Eclipse Photon opt-in deadline is December 15.
Sent by: cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx

The deadline to opt in for Eclipse Photon is December 15/2016. 

The process established by the Eclipse Planning Council is that all projects that intend to participate in the release must announce their intent on this list. 

Your announcement must include a link to the release record and state the planned offset. This is all explained in the documentation.

This requirement to state intent is primarily to make sure that project teams are paying attention. While it's true that I can probably hunt down last year's participants and just add them to the list, doing so would defeat this primary goal.

Many projects have already declared their intent.

If your project is not listed, or is missing release information, please announce your intent soon. If you're dropping out let us know that as well.

Note that in early 2018, we will start disabling projects that do not state their intent from the aggregation build. 

Let me know if you have any questions.


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