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==What is a Requirements Council Issue?==
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In the October Requirements Council in Esslingen, the council determined that the "Themes and Priorities" document was not the best way to drive resolution to specific issues faced by the Eclipse Ecosystem.  Therefore, it was resolved that the Requirements Council would track, maintain and drive to closure or resolution a set of "Issues".  The requirements council is empowered to present Issues to the Board of Directors for help, create working groups and/or solicit advice from the PMC leads for help.
  
List of Issues being tracked:
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Two important notes about a Requirements Council Issue:
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# The requirements council will try to maintain no more than three (3) open issues at any given time in order to provide focus.  And,
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# If an issue appears to be unresolvable, it will be considered a successful outcome to formally document ''why'' an satisfactory outcome is not likely or feasable.
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==Current Issues==
 
* [[Requirements Council Update Manager Issue]]
 
* [[Requirements Council Update Manager Issue]]
  
Candidate Issues
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==Candidate Issues==
 
* Intellectual Property Issues
 
* Intellectual Property Issues
 
* Multi Language Support (Specific to editors)
 
* Multi Language Support (Specific to editors)
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== Template ==
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[[Requirements Council Issue Tracking Template]]

Revision as of 10:53, 12 December 2006

Contents

What is a Requirements Council Issue?

In the October Requirements Council in Esslingen, the council determined that the "Themes and Priorities" document was not the best way to drive resolution to specific issues faced by the Eclipse Ecosystem. Therefore, it was resolved that the Requirements Council would track, maintain and drive to closure or resolution a set of "Issues". The requirements council is empowered to present Issues to the Board of Directors for help, create working groups and/or solicit advice from the PMC leads for help.

Two important notes about a Requirements Council Issue:

  1. The requirements council will try to maintain no more than three (3) open issues at any given time in order to provide focus. And,
  2. If an issue appears to be unresolvable, it will be considered a successful outcome to formally document why an satisfactory outcome is not likely or feasable.

Current Issues

Candidate Issues

  • Intellectual Property Issues
  • Multi Language Support (Specific to editors)

Template

Requirements Council Issue Tracking Template