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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject RE: A question: Is it alright to say no to potential podlings?
Date Tue, 13 Oct 2015 14:35:30 GMT
If a project has infra requirements that are not “standard” for the ASF then these should,
IMHO, be uncovered by the champion/mentors prior to proposal. If missed there then the discuss
phase should uncover them.

These should then be discussed with the infra team prior to vote.


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From: Justin Mclean
Sent: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 1:57 AM
Subject: Re: A question: Is it alright to say no to potential podlings?


>  I know I've been a bit worried about Mynewt in that context - not
> enough to think it should be rejected, but enough to be concerned about
> what expectations we're setting, etc.

While I don’t know the exact answer and can;t speak for the project. I don’t see too much
of an issue here as I assume testing can be done via simulation (and not on the target platforms)
on currently available infrastructure. PPMC members or interested committers / users are likely
to have their own hardware to validate releases and that hardware is of reasonably low cost
($20-$50 for a development board).

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