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In 2011, the Eclipse Foundation began a new effort to replace the existing project management infrastructure--which includes the Developer Portal--with a new unified infrastructure with the intent to make project management activities more consistent and generally easier for all involved.
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{{Warning|Project management functionality is being migrated from Eclipse Developer Portal into the Project Management Infrastructure. This document (and linked document) are works-in-progress.}}
  
Themes of this effort include:
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The Eclipse Project Management Infrastructure (PMI) consolidates Eclipse project management activities into a single consistent location and experience.
  
* Improved consistency. Configuration/data-driven project web presence, direct linkage between releases, reviews, and plans. Information captured and retained in a consistent (and easily leveraged) data-based format (rather than documents in arbitrary formats).
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Project Management Infrastructure themes:
* All-in-one-place. Committers are able to edit information in place on the project information pages. Text/information in one place with links in another is eliminated where possible. Comments and discussion related to reviews, etc. is connected directly to the item being discussed.
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* Get started faster. By default, projects are provided with a data-driven website that includes consistent links to project releases, reviews, downloads, etc. Projects can opt to override the default and provide their own customized web presence.Setting up a project presence is a matter of configuration, not PHP programming against proprietary APIs.
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* ''Improved consistency''. Configuration/data-driven project web presence, direct linkage between releases, reviews, and plans. Information--including basic project metadata, project plans, and release review information--is captured and retained in a consistent (and easily leveraged) data-based format (rather than in multiple documents in arbitrary formats).
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* ''All-in-one-place''. Committers are able to edit information in place on the project information pages. Text/information in one place with links in another is eliminated where possible. Comments and discussion related to reviews, elections, etc. are connected directly to the item being discussed.
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* ''Get started faster''. By default, projects are provided with a data-driven website that includes consistent links to project releases, reviews, downloads, etc. Projects can opt to override the default and provide their own customized web presence.Setting up a project presence is a matter of configuration, not PHP programming against proprietary APIs.
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=Using the PMI=
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Project Metadata|Project Metadata]]
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Release Metadata|Release Metadata]]
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Creating A Contribution Questionnaire|Creating A Contribution Questionnaire]]
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=Migration to the PMI=
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The PMI replaces the Developer Portal along with other means of specifying project data, including project plans, IP Logs, and more. While we are migrating to the PMI, there will be a period of time where some functionality will rest in the ''old'' Developer Portal and some in the new infrastructure.
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The link below provides information regarding the feature development schedule and where you can find the various bits of functionality.
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* [[Project Management Infrastructure/Migration|Migration]].
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=Current State=
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The Project Management Infrastructure is deployed for [http://projects.eclipse.org Eclipse projects], [http://locationtech.org/projects LocationTech], and [http://polarsys.org/projects PolarSys].
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The current implementation supports:
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*Project, release, and review metadata;
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*Simultaneous release participation;
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*Intellectual Property Contribution Questionnaires; and
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*Project lead elections
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The [http://portal.eclipse.org Developer Portal] is still used for:
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*Committer elections;
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*Committer retirement (emeritus designation); and
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*Intellectual Property Contribution Questionnaires
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=Links=
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Overview|Overview]]
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Development|Development]]
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Technology Choices|Technology Choices]]
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*[[Project Management Infrastructure/Overview and Design|Design]]
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[[Category:Project Management Infrastructure]]

Revision as of 11:53, 21 November 2013

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Project management functionality is being migrated from Eclipse Developer Portal into the Project Management Infrastructure. This document (and linked document) are works-in-progress.


The Eclipse Project Management Infrastructure (PMI) consolidates Eclipse project management activities into a single consistent location and experience.

Project Management Infrastructure themes:

  • Improved consistency. Configuration/data-driven project web presence, direct linkage between releases, reviews, and plans. Information--including basic project metadata, project plans, and release review information--is captured and retained in a consistent (and easily leveraged) data-based format (rather than in multiple documents in arbitrary formats).
  • All-in-one-place. Committers are able to edit information in place on the project information pages. Text/information in one place with links in another is eliminated where possible. Comments and discussion related to reviews, elections, etc. are connected directly to the item being discussed.
  • Get started faster. By default, projects are provided with a data-driven website that includes consistent links to project releases, reviews, downloads, etc. Projects can opt to override the default and provide their own customized web presence.Setting up a project presence is a matter of configuration, not PHP programming against proprietary APIs.

Contents

Using the PMI

Migration to the PMI

The PMI replaces the Developer Portal along with other means of specifying project data, including project plans, IP Logs, and more. While we are migrating to the PMI, there will be a period of time where some functionality will rest in the old Developer Portal and some in the new infrastructure.

The link below provides information regarding the feature development schedule and where you can find the various bits of functionality.

Current State

The Project Management Infrastructure is deployed for Eclipse projects, LocationTech, and PolarSys.

The current implementation supports:

  • Project, release, and review metadata;
  • Simultaneous release participation;
  • Intellectual Property Contribution Questionnaires; and
  • Project lead elections

The Developer Portal is still used for:

  • Committer elections;
  • Committer retirement (emeritus designation); and
  • Intellectual Property Contribution Questionnaires

Links