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From "Kevin A. Burton" <>
Subject [feedparser] Components cannot be released from the sandbox ?
Date Sun, 30 Jan 2005 23:22:58 GMT
I was just taking a look here:

And it says:

> The sandbox is a space provided by Jakarta for the development of 
> experimental code by existing committers. It is divided into components.
> Any Jakarta committer has the right ask for karma and have it granted. 
> The right place to ask is on the commons-dev mailing list.
> Components cannot be released from the sandbox.
I'm trying to get us to a point where we can release a 0.5 beta of 
FeedParser and then shortly after that (a month or so?) a 1.0 release 
candidate.  I'm giving a talk on the FeedParser at CodeCon so I wanted 
to do a 0.5 or at least a tagged SVN before then.

But it looks like I can only have nightly builds in the sandbox.

Which brings up the question of whether or not I can move out of the 
sandbox and into commons proper or maybe into the incubator...

This has been brought up before due to the fact that we currently have 
multiple developers working on FeedParser and coordination is a bit of a 
pain when working in the sandbox.

Any thoughts?

Things are moving along nicely. We're getting some solid attention and 
patches from external developers and might be collaborating with the 
Rome developers or merging projects.  We're proposing a joint 
presentation at JavaOne on the subject.

Thanks gang!



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