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* Reviewed TmL Galileo train status
 
* Reviewed TmL Galileo train status
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** Status is all green.  Of original Galileo requirements, two optional pieces were not done (accessibility and bi-di support).  One item is outstanding: New and Noteworthy.  All other completed.
 
** We previously believe the project was compressed with pack200, but it was not.  Consulted with Fantato to get this working and submitted for Galileo.
 
** We previously believe the project was compressed with pack200, but it was not.  Consulted with Fantato to get this working and submitted for Galileo.
** Note from Martin Oberhuber about needing to build with updated Orbit package.  Orbit is used to access Apache Commons for the /proc tools component.
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** Note from Martin Oberhuber about needing to build with updated Orbit package.  Orbit is used to access Apache Commons for the /proc tools component.  Daniel to work on this item and test before Fridays RC2 date.
 
** Eric and Mauren worked on the slides for the upcoming 0.3 release review.  Slides are 90% completed.  Only remaining items are related to getting bugzilla queries to deliver number of open bugs.
 
** Eric and Mauren worked on the slides for the upcoming 0.3 release review.  Slides are 90% completed.  Only remaining items are related to getting bugzilla queries to deliver number of open bugs.
** Still submitting some small bug fixes in 0.3 code stream. After RC2 this Friday, no changes other than P1 or P2 bugs.
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** Submitting some small bug fixes in 0.3 code stream as reported by MOTODEV team. After RC2 this Friday, no changes other than P1 or P2 bugs.
 
** There are some performance enhancements requested by the MOTODEV team, but it is too risky to put these into MAIN, so they will go into 0.4 code stream.
 
** There are some performance enhancements requested by the MOTODEV team, but it is too risky to put these into MAIN, so they will go into 0.4 code stream.
  

Latest revision as of 14:38, 18 May 2009

Attendees

  • Daniel Franco (Eldorado)
  • Eric Cloninger (Motorola)
  • Mauren Brenner (Eldorado)
  • Christian Kurzke (Motorola)

Summary

  • Reviewed TmL Galileo train status
    • Status is all green. Of original Galileo requirements, two optional pieces were not done (accessibility and bi-di support). One item is outstanding: New and Noteworthy. All other completed.
    • We previously believe the project was compressed with pack200, but it was not. Consulted with Fantato to get this working and submitted for Galileo.
    • Note from Martin Oberhuber about needing to build with updated Orbit package. Orbit is used to access Apache Commons for the /proc tools component. Daniel to work on this item and test before Fridays RC2 date.
    • Eric and Mauren worked on the slides for the upcoming 0.3 release review. Slides are 90% completed. Only remaining items are related to getting bugzilla queries to deliver number of open bugs.
    • Submitting some small bug fixes in 0.3 code stream as reported by MOTODEV team. After RC2 this Friday, no changes other than P1 or P2 bugs.
    • There are some performance enhancements requested by the MOTODEV team, but it is too risky to put these into MAIN, so they will go into 0.4 code stream.
  • 2009-2010 Roadmap
    • Talked about a proposal by Eric and Christian to widen the scope of TmL. Have had two calls with Doug Gaff to work out the details and now a written proposal with details has been sent to the Eclipse Foundation.
    • TODO: Mauren, Daniel. For next meeting, review the scope proposal. In particular, comment on :
      • Best practices for moving code to new repository
      • How to maintain TmL 0.3, 0.4, and new project code lines
      • Project class paths (e.g. org.eclipse.tfm.vncviewer)
      • Project name (Mauren to put on her creative cap)
    • Localization tools for Android. What types of l10n tools exist today commercially and what Eclipse projects can we leverage?
      • TODO: Eric write up reqt's for L10n project and deliver for June 1 meeting

Next Meeting

The next meeting will be on June 01, 2009

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