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From Martin Poeschl <mpoes...@marmot.at>
Subject Re: [sql] move from commons sandbox to db or db-commons?
Date Fri, 16 Jan 2004 22:02:27 GMT
Rodney Waldhoff wrote:

>Specifically, I think what you'd want to do, just like you would at
>jakarta-commons, is submit a proposal based upon the example listed at
><http://db.apache.org/commons/charter.html#Example%20Package%20Proposal>
>
>Like jakarta-commons, you'll need 3 +1s from existing db-commons
>committers (enumerated at <http://db.apache.org/commons/team-list.html>)
>  
>

here is my +1

martin

>If we are unable to rouse a quorum of 3 developers on the db-commons list,
>the DB PMC could step in and name additional committers, likely
>including you, as an existing jakarta-commons committer.
>
>Assuming the other sql developers (if any, I haven't really dug into it)
>are in favor of moving to db-commons, I know I'd vote +1 (as a db-c
>committer).  Jason and James would make three, if they'd like.
>
>On Fri, 19 Dec 2003, Thomas Mahler wrote:
>
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>
>>Hi Matthew,
>>
>>All comments from db pmc members were positive. So I guess we can start.
>>As Brian mentioned, OJB will start some refactoring work after the 1.0
>>release and we are willing to help.
>>
>>So please let me know if you need some help...
>>
>>cu,
>>thomas
>>
>>__matthewHawthorne wrote:
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>>
>>>>I use it and I believe Strachan does as well. I play with my own copy as
>>>>I tend to avoid the commons morass but I would certainly be happier to
>>>>see the code move to db.apache.org.
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>So what's the next step?  Do we need an official [VOTE]?
>>>
>>>If not, can someone provide me with access to db-commons and
>>>db-commons-sandbox so that I can make the transition?  (I'm a jakarta
>>>commons committer, username: matth)
>>>
>>>I'll be away all of next week, so it probably wouldn't happen for at
>>>least 10 days anyway.
>>>
>>>
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>>>
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