Attending: Eugene, Paul, Joanna, Oliver, Harm, Chris
- Chris was late :-(
Any issues with last week's summary?
Any new agenda items?
Currently bug fixing.
Note to everyone: The next test pass starts November 26
Oliver asked Eugene how many test/performance submissions there have been so far?
- None thusfar
Oliver asks if we think the pipeline will fill by the deadline on 24th
- Team reiterated more of the talk ideas
- IBM discussed maybe getting Jonathan involved in the discussion.
Oliver asked if we have any history on submission rates?
- Eugene noted that overall Eclipsecon submission activity was low first week has been increasing
- So far just 20-30
- Paul noted that last year submissions didn't really start happening until fairly late in cycle.
Oliver asks if we have users yet for profiler outreach
- Eugene mentioned that 4 folks have thusfar shown interest and he has answered some of their initial questions
- 1 question about mac/os.
- The other 3 users are actually trying it out now.
- If we don't get feedback next week, Oliver may follow up.
Today Paul was fighting issues with some performance issues with a Java component.
- He used the JVMTI profiler and got it to work well with little effort.
- He did experience a few hiccups with buttons not showing up but otherwise it worked fine.
Oliver filled team in a bit on discussion he had with JProbe guys.
- They had an interesting discussion around the culture of Eclipse and how to balance community and productization.
There is another potential contributo with similar questions discussion:
- Paul and Oliver had a call with Fanfare Software.
- Wanted more information about the Eclipse culture/processes and history/architecture of Hyades/TPTP
- No TPTP (IBM/Intel) resources available
- Interested in ASF (Paul sent documentation links)
Regarding the Mac/OS discussion from last week.
- IBM noted that they know of another engineer has been spending some time on MacOS for JVMTI profiling as well.
- We discussed who should be assigned as the point of contact from TPTP for contributors particpating
- Harm suggests communicating these decisions thru the Bugzilla because the Mac/OS bugzilla actually has a pretty wide readership and it will be a good way to notify folks and maybe get more interest.
Eugene noted that he has had some questions asked to him about the Eclipse Babble incubation project
- If it is successful, it has potential to help with globalization efforts