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From Benson Margulies <>
Subject Re: [] Release jena-larq 1.0.0-incubating (RC-1)
Date Sun, 01 Apr 2012 17:12:51 GMT
Here's another +1.

On Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 1:11 PM, Andy Seaborne <> wrote:

> On 27/03/12 17:07, Paolo Castagna wrote:
>> Robert Vesse wrote:
>>> I would release now as we have several more rounds of emails and votes
>>> to get through before Jena actually gets to graduate, namely:
>>> - Proposed Resolution Discussion on general@i.a.o
>>> - Resolution vote on general@i.a.o
>>> - Board Meeting (which is third monday of month so if we time everything
>>> nicely we may get graduation approved by end of April)
>> Hi Rob
>> We currently have two +1 from committers, vote has closed.
>> I think it is possible to run the [VOTE] for longer an wait to
>> see if another vote comes (if it is necessary) before sending
>> the [VOTE] on general@i.a.o. But, I am not sure about this.
>> I assumed my [VOTE] was implicit, but I guess it is a wrong
>> assumption, so I explicitly voted now (but after the deadline).
>> Is such vote valid?
> Two +1's so far.
> Is this vote really closed?  I don't see a CLOSED message.  The deadline
> is really just the earliest time when you can declare a RESULT and close it
> with a positive outcome because you have then timed out on any -1's.
>  Voting after the named deadline is all too common.
> What do you want to do?  Having said it's closed in this message, without
> a message tagged as such, leaves it in an uncertain state.  Time to
> collapse that wave function.
>        Andy
>> Will the [VOTE] for LARQ be the last [VOTE] for a release of a
>> module before sending the [VOTE] for graduation or we need/want
>> to release SDB as well before that?
>> Paolo

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