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From Phil Steitz <phil.ste...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [math] [sandbox] merging Apache Commons BSP into Apache Commons Math
Date Sun, 15 May 2011 23:01:39 GMT
On 5/15/11 9:43 AM, Luc Maisonobe wrote:
> Le 15/05/2011 10:30, Mikkel Meyer Andersen a écrit :
>> +1
>>> From me, too.
>
> OK, it's done now. I have put everything as subpackages of
> geometry as suggested by Phil, and I have taken care to use the
> proper new exceptions as suggested by Gilles.
>
> I could simply remove the bsp directory from sandbox now, but I
> think it is a little more complicated, as we need to remove the
> component from various lists (in the sandbox page, in Jira ...).
> Whate is the proper procedure for this ?
There is no expectation that sandbox components will stay around. 
Just svn rm it and edit the site (commons-site) to get rid of it. 
IIRC, we don't have separate JIRA projects for sandbox components,
so there is nothing needed there.

Phil
>
> Luc
>
>> Den 14/05/2011 11.08 skrev "Luc Maisonobe"<Luc.Maisonobe@free.fr>:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Some weeks ago, I have imported in the sandbox a new component,
>>> Apache
>>> Commons BSP which implements Binary Partitioning Trees (see the
>>> thread
>>> about this creation
>>> here:<http://markmail.org/thread/mcg23trgtl472ica>).
>>>
>>> Thinking further about it, I would like to directly merge it into
>>> [math]. We are creating a new major release for [math], so it
>>> may be a
>>> good time to do so. Also as I changed the code to put it in
>>> sandbox, in
>>> fact I already did all the necessary work to have a working
>>> implementation, with tests and clean reports from checkstyle and
>>> findbugs. The implementation is complete for dimensions 1, 2 and
>>> 3 in
>>> Cartesian space. I also need an implementation on spherical
>>> geometry but
>>> I can do that regardless of the component hosting this package.
>>> So the
>>> component could be promoted and it really makes sense to have it
>>> inside
>>> [math].
>>>
>>> It could be put as a bsp package at top level (alongside with
>>> geometry,
>>> analysis, ode ...).
>>>
>>> Does this suggestion makes sense ?
>>> Luc
>>>
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