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== Invited Attendees ==
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== Attendees ==
  
This meeting is free for everyone to attend. We specially encourage those people to attend who are actively working on, or
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* Wind River - Martin Oberhuber
have shown interest in TM before:
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* Wind River - Martin Oberhuber, Ted Williams, Doug Gaff, Michael Scharf, Uwe Stieber
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* IBM - Dave McKnight, Dave Dykstal, Kushal Munir
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* LANL / PTP Project - Greg Watson
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* QNX - Doug Schaefer
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* Symbian - Javier Montalvo
 
* Symbian - Javier Montalvo
* ARM - Anthony Berent
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* Motorola - Maureen Brenner, Fabio Fantato, Christian Kurzke
* TI - Dobrin Alexey
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* Motorola - Maureen Brenner, Fabio Fantato, Daniel Franco, Christian Kurzke, Ruth Soliani
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* Accelerated Technology - Aaron Spear, Mark Bozeman
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* Freescale - Kirk Beitz
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* Montavista - Joe Green
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* Palm Source - Ewa Matejska
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* Uday Kabe
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== Actual Attendees ==
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== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==
  
 
=== Update on RSE Status ===
 
=== Update on RSE Status ===
* '''Project Plan Status'''
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* '''Project Plan Status''' - all plan items finished except "User Actions" and "Integrate Terminal with RSE" - these will be added for 3.0
* '''Codebase status'''
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* '''Codebase status''' - 2 critical bugs found late, see [[TM 2.0 Known Issues and Workarounds]] for details, patches will be deployed.
* '''Future Planning'''
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* '''Future Planning''' The [[TM Future Planning]] Wiki is open for discussions. Currently, highest priority for all committers is maintenance (bug fixes), quality improvements (adding unit tests). We expect discussions and finalizing plan items for 3.0 during our project meeting (Sept 19/20 in Chicago)
* '''Windriver Target Communication Framework'''
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* '''Windriver Target Communication Framework''' - progressing, disucssions next week, will keep the community posted
  
 
=== TM Project Meeting / Coding Camp ===
 
=== TM Project Meeting / Coding Camp ===
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=== Community Feedback and Status ===
 
=== Community Feedback and Status ===
* Community's most wanted
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* No Questions raised
* Community contributions
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* Questions
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=== Technology sub-groups ===
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== Action Items to Review ==
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* Last meeting: [[DSDP/TM/Phone Meeting 6-Jun-2007]]
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== New Action Items ==
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== Next Meeting ==
 
== Next Meeting ==
 
* Next [[DSDP/TM/Phone Meeting 1-Aug-2007]] (4 weeks after)
 
* Next [[DSDP/TM/Phone Meeting 1-Aug-2007]] (4 weeks after)

Latest revision as of 11:11, 4 July 2007

Meeting Title: Conference Call on Target Management
Date & Time: Wednesday Jul 4, 2007 at 1600 UTC / 9am PST
Primary International Dial-in: +44 (0)1452 567588
USA Freephone Dial-In: +1 (866) 6161738
UK National Dial-In: 08712460713
Passcode: 0587322148 #

Attendees

  • Wind River - Martin Oberhuber
  • Symbian - Javier Montalvo
  • Motorola - Maureen Brenner, Fabio Fantato, Christian Kurzke

Agenda

Update on RSE Status

  • Project Plan Status - all plan items finished except "User Actions" and "Integrate Terminal with RSE" - these will be added for 3.0
  • Codebase status - 2 critical bugs found late, see TM 2.0 Known Issues and Workarounds for details, patches will be deployed.
  • Future Planning The TM Future Planning Wiki is open for discussions. Currently, highest priority for all committers is maintenance (bug fixes), quality improvements (adding unit tests). We expect discussions and finalizing plan items for 3.0 during our project meeting (Sept 19/20 in Chicago)
  • Windriver Target Communication Framework - progressing, disucssions next week, will keep the community posted

TM Project Meeting / Coding Camp

  • We're planning a TM Coding Camp on Sept. 19/20 in Chicago, together with the Eclipse Foundation Members Meeting. Our coding camp will be aimed for developers and committers to discuss architectural ideas and try them out right on the code. There will be limited time (perhaps 2 hours) for manager-like presentations if the community is interested. Everybody is invited to join the coding camp, preferredly bringing code to integrate with RSE or concrete ideas to discuss for the future.

Community Feedback and Status

  • No Questions raised

Next Meeting