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DSDP/PMC/PMC Minutes 7Aug08

Time

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Dial-in Info

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  • International: 706-679-9532
  • Passcode: 7817182169#

Invited Attendees

  • Eric Cloninger
  • Doug Gaff
  • Christian Kurzke
  • Shigeki Moride
  • Martin Oberhuber
  • Pawel Piech
  • Mark Rogalski
  • Dave Russo

New Business

  • AI review
    • RTSC provisioning - form filled out. Not sure about legal paperwork.
    • P3ML (no update)
      • Last email: Philippe needs help getting it through legal.
  • Project Plans Schedule (review progress)
    • First draft in new format due: by August meeting
    • Final version: Sept 15
    • Roadmap generation: Sept 30
    • All: Start working on your project plans. First version: Aug 7. Version ready for roadmap: Sept 15.
  • Committer voting (new topic)
    • Patch visibility requirements?
  • DSDP presentation to Board in September
    • See "Report Outline" in my separate email.
    • What I need from each project: write up information for items 2-6 as they specifically relate to your project.
    • This will be a written report, not a powerpoint.
  • EETimes India article
    • RTSC participation?
    • Anyone else?
  • ESE (notes from last time - to be updated at the meeting)
    • Uriel - eRCP/Expeditor/Titan
    • TM/TCF - Martin, Michael
    • Debugging - Pawel
    • MTJ - travel is not likely. Christian: Submit a talk and investigate a trip for ESE.
    • RTSC - dave is in a similar travel situation. Dave: Submit a talk and investigate a trip for ESE.
    • NAB - probably can't go.
    • TmL - travel is not likely
  • Packaging proposal
    • The wiki page has ideas, roadmap, initial steps, and initial package list.
    • Dave thinks it's a great idea. Dave would like to get RTSC into the package at some point in the future.
    • Words of support from Doug.
  • DSDP Incubator project (no progress)
    • Unanimous approval to create the incubator. Doug will start the process of creating a DSDP incubator and will build the initial website.
  • Project Updates (notes from last time - to be updated at meeting)
    • DD
      • Ganymede release! Still need to update the website.
      • Working on 1.1 release now. Non-stop multi-threading and multi-process debugging. WR is working on debugger view improvements.
    • eRCP (no update)
      • eRCP in OSGi standardization - approved at board.
      • P3ML in eRCP - not getting critical mass.
    • MTJ
      • Sybase has joined the project.
      • Craig is actively contributing.
      • Working on a 0.9.5 release of MTJ.
      • EclipseME ramp-down likely in Q3, perhaps aligned with a 1.0 release.
    • NAB
      • Ganymede train.
      • Japan working group - released Eclipse 3.3 and 3.4 Japanese language pack.
      • Japanese bugzilla.
    • RTSC
      • Dual license for runtime: Are CQ's filed?
      • Provisioning form filled out.
      • Finishing internal release. Dave will ping the PMC when his internal release is done.
      • Redoing internal documentation in wiki. Eventually to move to Eclipse.
    • TM
      • Ganymede.
      • Bug fixes and maintenance.
      • Google summer of code student - mid-term evaluation in progress now.
    • TmL (updated from an email)
      • https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=236205
      • Preparing for TmL 0.1 Release for September 2008 release.
      • Fabio is moving the project source code from CVS to SVN prior to the 0.1 release. As part of this change, he is removing some deprecated sources that are no longer used. He will modify the automated build scripts and the update site accordingly.
      • We have a project plan with milestone dates for being on the June 2009 train release. The plan is in XML format on eclipse.org. The Eldorado team in Brazil are working toward these dates.
      • Motorola is currently integrating TmL into their commercial MOTODEV Studio product(s). Should be finished in October with some code contributions coming into TmL from the Studio teams.
      • Otavio has completed the /proc filesystem proof-of-concept using meminfo. He is currently working on the 'top' command. Once he is done with these two, he will work on providing extension points for other developers to add to this feature. This would be a good place for interns and Summer of Code participants to interact with an Eclipse project.
      • We would like to nominate Yu-Fen Ko from MontaVista as a committer once TmL 0.1 is released, based on her contributions to the project. However, she will then be on maternity leave starting some time this fall. The question is how to have her as a committer status "on hold" until she returns after the start of the year.
      • Eric and Christian presenting TmL later today (Thursday) at Linux World in SFO.
  • Next Meeting: Sept 11 (I have a conflict on Sept 4).

Old Business

  • (Deferred) Introducing the VPP proposed project and Mark Burton
  • (Info) Search CVS

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