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From Ortwin Gl├╝ck <...@odi.ch>
Subject Re: HttpComponents and the coming end of Jakarta
Date Thu, 05 Apr 2007 12:29:04 GMT

Honestly I don't really care WHERE this project is happening. If under 
Commons, TLP, in Webservices, on sf.net or Savannah. The important thing 
is THAT it is going on. For me all the surrounding organizational crap 
is more of a burden than it helps to get a project forward.


Oleg Kalnichevski wrote:
> Mike, Odi, Roland and all
> It appears we have some really tough decisions forced upon us. It looks
> quite probable that Jakarta Commons will become a TLP in the very near
> future, which implies it is just a matter of time the remaining projects
> of Jakarta will be forced to choose whether they want to go TLP or to
> die. We all know in its present form the project is unlikely to be
> viable as a TLP. So, we basically have just a few options, all seem
> ugly. 
> (1) Attempt to go TLP and risk the possibility of never becoming viable
> as a TLP.
> (2) Go back to Commons and wait for the next trend in the social
> engineering to hit us.
> (3) Seek a new home elsewhere within ASF. Curiously enough our largest
> and the most active user base within ASF appears to be the Webservices
> TLP, not Jakarta. 
> (4) Pretend nothing is happening and hope this whole hooplah will fade
> away the same way Jakarta Silk did.  
> (5) Pull the plug. Do something else like raising pigeons or something. 
> Evil Comrade Oleg

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