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From Shan Jiang <dane.x...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to proceed - next steps
Date Wed, 12 Aug 2009 06:12:52 GMT
Now, the developers of MERSMP all are in vacation untill almost 22 August.
So the plan of releasing MERSMP working code and the new developers list
will be presented after 22 August.

On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 6:58 PM, Shan Jiang <dane.xjtu@gmail.com> wrote:

> At present ,fortunately, the LGPL-based FFmpeg library has been integrated
> successfully in the Realclass system with dynamic link in testing process
> and the LGPL-based FFmpeg is functional. That is significant for makeing
> Realclass follow ASL! The next stage work is that we release working code of
> Realclass as soon as possible. The plan to release working code will be
> discussed and presented in bluesky-maillist during several days.
>
> Another significant thing is that MERSMP system, another component of
> Bluesky, begin to be submited to Apache SVN. This system is web service
> program based on the B/S architecture by Java. It is another important goal
> for us to release the MERSMP working code. The plan of releasing MERSMP in
> Apache will be discussed in the maillist during several days.
>
> By the way, the new developers of Bluesky will be listed in a few days.
>
>
> On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 10:11 PM, Bill Stoddard <wgstoddard@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Bluesky Team,
>> We need to make plans to take this project to graduation.  To graduate,
>> the project must have code to release and have a sustainable community.
>> Right now, we don't have code, we don't have a community and we don't have a
>> plan for acquiring either.
>>
>> What remains to be done to release working code? What are the blocking
>> issues preventing us from releasing working code?  What is the plan to work
>> through each blocking issue? Have the GPL/LGPL and other license
>> compatibility problems been resolved and if not, what is the outlook to
>> resolving these problems?  If you can submit a step by step plan for how we
>> will get to working code,  I will work with the mentors on getting team
>> members commit access to the project.
>> Clearly, we need to grant commit access to some new team members.  Please
>> provide a list of proposed new committers, their role in the project and how
>> long we expect those people to be around.  I am expecting a relatively small
>> list here, so please do not include people who are unlikely to spend time
>> learning how to work on ASF projects or make significant contributions.
>>  Once I see and review the list, I'll provide instructions for what to do
>> next.
>>
>> My plan is to revoke the ids of the inactive members (people who have
>> graduated and moved on).  Will post those id's to this list and give the
>> team time to review before asking the infrastructure team to revoke the ids.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Bill
>>
>
>
>
> --
> Shan Jiang a.k.a dane @ Bluesky Dev Team XJTU
>



-- 
Shan Jiang a.k.a dane @ Bluesky Dev Team XJTU

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