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DSDP/PMC/PMC Minutes 6Dec07



World Clock

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Invited Attendees

  • Mark Burton (unavailable)
  • Dave Russo
  • Martin Oberhuber
  • Shigeki Moride
  • Christian Kurzke
  • Mark Rogalski
  • Pawel Piech
  • Doug Gaff

New Business

  • (Deferred) Introducing the VPP proposed project and Mark Burton
  • Introducing RTSC and Dave Russo
    • Some interest from Cisco – Doug to make an introduction
    • Next steps on proposal – Doug to email latest proposal to Mike and Bjorn
  • Stuff Doug needs to do
    • Cast PMC vote on TmL CQ's (done)
    • Get MTJ initial committer request in ([Bug:212143])
    • Further explain MTJ reboot
  • EclipseCon submissions
    • Tutorials - 3 slots and 3 good candidates. Pawel's moved to CDT.
    • Long Talks
      • Clear winners - 52, 226, 43
      • Bubble - 213, 314, 274
    • Short Talks
      • All, plus 336
  • Incubation rules
    • DD needs to get in compliance
  • Ganymede release train
    • eRCP - Mark - difficult because they don't have the resources to keep up with milestones.
    • NAB - Shigeki. Hope to get on the train by M4. Don't want to use orbit. #1 test - how much testing do I need to do with other projects? Need to investigate 5,6,13,14,15.
  • Project Updates
    • DD
      • Making progress on DSF and GDB/mi - main part of 1.0 code release.
      • Not getting much from Eclipse Platform in Ganymede. Mostly patches that we submit.
      • Lots of investment in coordination with CDT.
    • eRCP
      • Finished 1.0.3 maintenance release. January - another maintenances release: 1.1
      • GTK port was contributed. Nokia is looking at it.
      • eRCP standardization - licensing is turning out to be difficult. OSGi - put the spec until EPL, but label it as an OSGi document, so it has some trademark protection. So someone can modify it, but it won't be an OSGi spec anymore. Sprint will be driving this through OSGi. Will be done in January.
      • Android?
    • MTJ
      • Analyzing the existing source code. There is a lot they intend to maintain going forward.
      • Last couple of weeks have been quiet.
    • NAB
      • Plans to get on train. Working on builds for M4 now.
    • TM
      • TCF contribution is uploaded to bugzilla. Lots of discussion with ECF lead, Scott Lewis. Not as much overlap as Scott thought. TCF is a vertical solution for the embedded space. ECF is a horizontal communication layer.
        • Details at DSDP/TM/TCF FAQ including links for download and Getting Started
      • Working on integrating terminal with RSE. Student contribution from Francesco Crivelli, Milano, Italy.
      • IBM team started "RSE World" blogging site - great contributions from IBM Student Committer Kevin Doyle.
      • IBM is doing a lot of work as well - bug fixes, API work, unit tests. For new API look at build notes of recent TM I-builds.
    • TmL
      • Code contributions submitted to CQ. Doug signed off today after vote last week. Sharon is looking into parallel IP.
      • Should have enough approval for continuous development.

Old Business

  • General stuff
    • NAB: Feedback comes from WS community, which is why dev list is so quiet. All feedback is in Japanese. Bugzilla can't work because interface is in English, which is a problem. Doug to follow up with Bjorn and Denis
    • DSDP Website - dynamic content
    • eclipse.dsdp Newsgroup - dynamic content
    • DSDP Info center
      • Instructions
      • eRCP, NAB, MTJ?
      • AI: eRCP - work on posting info center docs after 1.0 release

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