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Difference between revisions of "ECF Conference Call 11.25.2008"

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* depends upon >=2.4 org.eclipse.emf.core, org.eclipse.emf.common, org.eclipse.emf.edit, org.eclipse.emf.edit.ui
 
* depends upon >=2.4 org.eclipse.emf.core, org.eclipse.emf.common, org.eclipse.emf.edit, org.eclipse.emf.edit.ui
 
* Java5 (new Locks API, generics)
 
* Java5 (new Locks API, generics)
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* Drop org.eclipse.ecf.discovery.ui.serviceAccessHandler with 3.0. Same can be done with commands and handler
 
Add incubation to build (create an incubation feature)
 
Add incubation to build (create an incubation feature)
  

Latest revision as of 05:17, 25 November 2008

Attendees

  • Remy is on vacation in London and will not be attending.

Agenda

Discovery UI

org.eclipse.ecf.discovery.ui vs. Versant's contribution built on top of EMF (replace or keep both)

  • depends upon >=2.4 org.eclipse.emf.core, org.eclipse.emf.common, org.eclipse.emf.edit, org.eclipse.emf.edit.ui
  • Java5 (new Locks API, generics)
  • Drop org.eclipse.ecf.discovery.ui.serviceAccessHandler with 3.0. Same can be done with commands and handler

Add incubation to build (create an incubation feature)

Real-time Collaboration

Remy is investigating the distribution and synchronization of workspace resources at the project level (see bug 239048).

Discussed with Neil briefly over this:

  • Are there real use cases? It sounds cool, yes, but who's going to use this?
    • Forced to assume that "everything" is synchronized prior to sharing the project.
    • If this is not true, a long time may be required to synchronize the projects before work can begin.
  • Will this synchronization mechanism encourage novice hackers to not use an SCM system and to then use it as a poor man's peer-to-peer SCM system?

ECF build

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