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From Torsten Curdt <>
Subject Re: Future of RAT
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2010 07:55:31 GMT
>> I feel kind of the opposite -- RAT is an important tool that's required of
>> all the Incubator projects, but pretty widely integrated (at least in Java
>> land) outside of the Incubator as a tool to help check ASF policies. To me,
>> that's a big scope and an important community, and just based on the
>> telltale signs it seems like a TLP to me.
> RAT is a superb tool and its not only for ASF. In WSO2 we have now started
> to use RAT on releases .. still early stage (and RAT is finding lots of
> issues) but the plan is to incorporate it into the nightly build process so
> we catch issue early. I am certain RAT will keep growing to handle more
> complexity and scenarios and it makes sense for it to become its own thing.
> So totally +1 from me to going TLP.

I am also +1 for TLP. I don't see how RAT fits the Commons charter.


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