incubator-ooo-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Are you ready to graduate?
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2012 18:57:04 GMT
On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 2:42 PM, Christian Grobmeier
<> wrote:
> Hello all,
> as a mentor of this project it is my impression that this podling is
> ready to graduate.
> This is surely a project with much heat in it; but I also think it is
> stable. The project made a release and constantly voted in new
> committers/ppmc members. It is active and has proven that it can make
> decisions by discussions.
> As mentors we have stepped into many discussions and told what we
> think. But now it seems to me there is nothing we can bring to you.
> The culture here is settled. You guys know whom to ask and where to go
> if problems occur.
> Looking at this:
> it seems everything is done.
> My questions to you all as a project:
> Do you feel ready to graduate?
> Are you able to vote a chair?
> Do you think your project is ready?
> If you can answer all the questions above with "yes" I would love to
> see graduation actions/discussions as mentioned here:

We discussed this in a thread a month or so ago.  I think the answer
was yes, but with two concerns on the timing:

1) There was some category-b per-requisite components that we had in
SVN.  At least one project member thought this needed to be done
before graduation. The plan was to move them to Apache Extras.  But
doing so would break the build in AOO 3.4 release.  So we agreed to
fix this in AOO 3.4.1.

2) Some of us wanted to avoid the distraction of a graduation vote at
the same time as the 3.4.1 release, a time when we're really
heads-down on the release end game..  Especially if this would lead to
disruptive naming changes that would have an impact on product UI
and/or release communications due to changing URL's and email
addresses, etc.

So the discussion at that time was to push for AOO 3.4.1 release by
end of July and then start the graduation proceedings.

Of course, I'm not saying this is set in stone. But that was the
outcome of the prior discussion.


> Cheers,
> Christian
> --

View raw message