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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==

Revision as of 18:42, 24 August 2009

Contents

Time

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To make certain, the time of this meeting is 14:00 Brazil, 13:00 Eastern US, 10:00 Pacific US.

Dial-in Info

Toll free:

  • US: 1877 825 8522
  • UK: 0808 234 7914
  • Brazil: 0800 891 6634
  • Finland: 0800 11 6433
  • Sweden: 020 79 3867 or 020 088 4643
  • Russia: 810800 25281012
  • South Korea: 00308 131627

Other Locales available with toll-free numbers. Please send email to dsdp-tml-dev@eclipse.org to request the list.

International Toll Number: US: +1 702 495 1500

Passcode: 9190565826

Required Attendees

  • Eric Cloninger (Motorola)
  • Christian Kurzke (Motorola)
  • Gustavo Paula (CESAR)
  • Mauren Brenner (Eldorado)
  • Ruth Soliani (Eldorado) - vacation
  • Daniel Franco (Eldorado)

Invited Attendees

  • Everyone with an interest in a combined TmL/MTJ project is invited and encouraged to attend the call.

Agenda

  • Current work
  • 2009-2010 roadmap
  • Galileo SR1 release/TmL 0.4
  • "TFM" rescoping proposal
  • Open discussion

Attendees

  • Eric Cloninger
  • Mauren Brenner
  • Daniel Franco
  • Ruth Soliani
  • Christian Kurzke
  • Paul Beusterien (Symbian)
  • Diego Madruga (CESAR)
  • David Marques (CESAR)

Summary

  • The TmL team is working on localization tools; initial code is going to be available in two weeks; information (e.g. requirements) will be added to the project wiki.
  • The TmL team is also working on bug fixes.
  • The contribution by Nokia (VNC Viewer) has been committed.
  • The MTJ team is working on the signing framework and part of the code is going to be available by the end of the week.

Next Meeting

The next meeting will be on September 21, 2009 due to September 7 US holiday