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*BPEL Designer Project
 
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*Dash, Tools for Committers and members
 
*Dash, Tools for Committers and members
 
*Dynamic Languages Toolkit
 
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=Fall 2008 Reviews=
 
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==Community-driven Systems Management in Open Source Project (COSMOS)==
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*Reviewed by [[Wayne Beaton]]
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*Started October 31, 2008
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*Initial Review (link pending)
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==Application Lifecycle Framework Project==
 
==Application Lifecycle Framework Project==
 
*Reviewed by [[Wayne Beaton]] and [[Bjorn Freeman-Benson]]
 
*Reviewed by [[Wayne Beaton]] and [[Bjorn Freeman-Benson]]

Revision as of 12:04, 31 October 2008

The Technology PMC reviews projects on an ongoing basis. As a general rule, projects to review are initially selected in alphabetical order.

Pending Reviews

  • BPEL Designer Project
  • Community-driven Systems Management in Open Source Project
  • Dash, Tools for Committers and members
  • Dynamic Languages Toolkit
  • ECM Rich Client Platform

Fall 2008 Reviews

Community-driven Systems Management in Open Source Project (COSMOS)

  • Reviewed by Wayne Beaton
  • Started October 31, 2008
  • Initial Review (link pending)

Application Lifecycle Framework Project

Results

TBD

Nebula

Results

TBD

Babel

Results

TBD

Summer 2008 Reviews

Accessibility Tools Framework

Results

ACTF is developing well, but needs to spend more effort in the development of an active community around the project.

Albireo

Results

Development on Albireo appears to be slowing, but is continuing. There has been little community involvement behind the project. The project committers need to spend more effort in the development of an active community.

Aperi Storage Management Project

Results

The Aperi project leadership tells us that they are actively participating in the storage management community. We have asked them to spend more effort to participate more actively in the broader Eclipse community.

The project leadership is considering a longer term scenario where Aperi becomes a project under a top-level COSMOS project.

Consensus seems to be that the project is progressing reasonably well.