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4) Once all reviewers have had a minimum of 1 week to review the document or all reviewers have provided comments, the review will be closed.
 
4) Once all reviewers have had a minimum of 1 week to review the document or all reviewers have provided comments, the review will be closed.
  
5) Each review comment must be displaced.  Review comment displacement must be documented in the review log.
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5) Each review comment must be displaced and documented in the review log.
  
6) Once all comments have been displaced, the displacement log should be made availablet to the reviewers and approvers.
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6) Once all comments have been displaced, the review and displacement log should be made available to the reviewers and approvers.
  
 
7) After the review and displacment processes are complete, the document can be approved using the [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Voting_Process Voting Process]
 
7) After the review and displacment processes are complete, the document can be approved using the [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Voting_Process Voting Process]

Revision as of 18:29, 24 July 2008

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The following process has not been adopted yet. It is only a proposal process which will be voted on at a later time.

1) An author of a document determines that the document is ready for a review / approval cycle.

2) The document is made available to the document reviewers for review.

3) The review comments must be documented in a review log.

4) Once all reviewers have had a minimum of 1 week to review the document or all reviewers have provided comments, the review will be closed.

5) Each review comment must be displaced and documented in the review log.

6) Once all comments have been displaced, the review and displacement log should be made available to the reviewers and approvers.

7) After the review and displacment processes are complete, the document can be approved using the Voting Process

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