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From Rodent of Unusual Size <Ken.C...@Golux.Com>
Subject Re: request to accept new project: wsrp4j
Date Fri, 01 Aug 2003 15:55:13 GMT
Greg Stein wrote:
> 
> So how exactly was this projected "accepted"? I see zero discussion before
> Ken's post to general@incubator. That seems *very* inappropriate.

it hasn't been accepted, at least not by the incubator.  oh,
you mean the sponsoring project.  all i can say is what i was told
by sam, which i've already done.

> Fair enough, but Sam isn't the decision maker on whether something gets
> accepted, and not necessarily on where it goes. Especially when there has
> been zero discussion.

greg, i'm on neither of those lists.  i took sam at his word.
and he is apparently offline for a few days and unable to respond.
he told me davinum ex officio web services was ready for it to
come to ws; not being on that list, i had to accept that, too --
but i also cc'd sam and davinum on the mail to clarify anything
i screwed up.

> I'm not too concerned about having the dependent code *at* the ASF, since we
> usually have dependencies on external things. However, I *do* think a
> necessary precondition is that it becomes available with an ASL-compatible
> license before the incubation is accepted.

it will be.  that's what i meant by 'safe licensing'.

> My binding vote is -1 until we see the dependency made available. After
> that, +1 assuming that the WS PMC votes to actually accept the thing
> post-incubation.

fair enough.

> I'm also a -1 on the apparent process on how this "arrived" at the
> Incubator.

miscommunication, is all.  i assumed from what i was told that
everything was done and the actual incubation inception was become
the bottleneck.  sam and davinum can respond, and i'll ask richard
jacob (from the wsrp4j team) to join the list here.

i don't know about anyone else, but *i'm* certainly trying to have
this be as open as possible, and move as swiftly as possible.  the
former is more important than the latter, though.
-- 
#ken	P-)}

Ken Coar, Sanagendamgagwedweinini  http://Golux.Com/coar/
Author, developer, opinionist      http://Apache-Server.Com/

"Millennium hand and shrimp!"


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