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From Peter Donald <pe...@apache.org>
Subject Re: thoughts on Avalon PMC ([Fwd: Re: Incubator, Jakarta, and new projects])
Date Wed, 30 Oct 2002 21:17:35 GMT
On Thu, 31 Oct 2002 03:01, Leo Simons wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-10-30 at 15:21, Peter Donald wrote:
> > On Wed, 30 Oct 2002 22:53, Leo Simons wrote:
> > > options to make it less icky:
> > > - jakarta PMC votes on releases (not really a practical option)
> > > - avalon gets a board-installed PMC which votes on releases
> > > - destroy avalon (rather not)
> >
> > No option is currently viable at the moment. Currently Avalon has no
> > scope boundaries and thus would not make a good top level project.
> agreed! IOW, the legal argument is also a strong argument for setting up
> firm scope boundaries. right?

Thats the first step in the process. Hence why I am involved in Apache Commons 

> Looking at commits to logkit, I am not quite sure it would qualify
> immediately. A lot of the work on logkit seems to be done by you. Do you
> think there's enough actual active committers to form a solid logkit
> PMC? (I'm not to worried about user base, or conforming to standard, or
> any of those others.... :)

possibly not.

> what are your (and everyone's) thoughts on the content of avalon-apps?

large chunks can move to different places. When we clean up the rest of Avalon 
we can start moving bits out.


Peter Donald
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   1- Don't tell anyone everything.

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