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Architecture Council/Meetings/June 9 2016

Meeting Title: Architecture Council Monthly Meeting
Date & Time: Thursday June 9, 2016 at 1100 Ottawa
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Attendees

All AC Members are invited.

  • PMC Reps please confirm attendance or list your delegate below. Every PMC is required to name a primary and backup delegate, and to ensure that one delegate attends the meeting.
BIRT: Wenfeng Li Wenbin He
DTP: Brian Payton Linda Chan
Eclipse: Dani Megert Mike Wilson
Modeling: Ed Merks Cédric Brun
Mylyn: Steffen Pingel Mik Kersten
RT: Christian Campo Tom Watson
SOA: Adrian Mos Marc Dutoo
Technology: Gunnar Wagenknecht Wayne Beaton
Tools: Doug Schaefer
WTP: Chuck Bridgham Neil Hauge
LocationTech: Jim Hughes
IoT: Julien Vermillard

All Attendees

  • In attendance: Jay Billings, Marcel Bruch, Jonas Helming, Jim Hughes, Dani Megert, Martin O, Michael Scharf, Doug Schaefer, Krum Tsvetkov, Marc-André Laperle
  • Regrets: Martin Lippert, Pascal Rapicault, Eike Stepper, Lars Vogel


Agenda / Notes

  • Feel free to edit, but not during the call!

Review of Last Meeting

New Topics

  • Marcel: Make error reports available to contributors, not only committers, and how
  • Jonas: UUID call home issue - involvement of the AC
  • Jay: Licensing ? (deferred from May call)
    • Being taken care of by Wayne, EF will reach out when they are ready

Marcel: Make error reports available to contributors

  • JDT, Andmore and Buildship said that Error Reports (at list the aggregation) should be available to Contributors
  • Anonymization: Only eclipse.org stacktraces, no actual error message, no user names, no IP ...
  • There might be technical ways to accomplish that, but is it meaningful ?
    • Some projects requested it, so can be assumed it's meaningful
    • Committers moving reports into bugzilla after review doesn't scale - could Platform or others benefit from active contributors
  • Martin: What about going the other way round - adding a privacy statement to the CLA
  • (?? Ericsson): Do other projects (like Mozilla, Netbeans) have similar error reports, and are they public ?
  • AI Marcel research other projects and talk to EF on legal concerns with allowing contributors access

Jonas: UUID call home

  • Dani: Saw the feature only when Tom Watson from RT sent a note on bug 490112 - commented that it should be opt-in but that was ignored
    • In RC3, code was added to only talk to eclipse.org servers, Community was only informed at RC4
    • Don't know exactly if this was driven by Ian for Marketing only, or more EF
    • Marcel requested the announcement (when asked about AERI addition)
  • Jonas: Should the AC have been consulted ? If not consulted, is it still relevant ?
    • Marcel: Guidelines to Projects are very clear - bug 413169 call home policy discussion
    • The EF would need to be consulted before anyone sends data back home
    • In this case it was special because Foundation staff themselves requested an opt-out
    • Requested change is that EF should reach out to PMCs / AC / cross-project before requesting such a change
    • Ok green.gif[DONE] AI Martin send message to Ian to that effect, request being informed Neon.1


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