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From Craig L Russell <Craig.Russ...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Help for IP clearance/new committer
Date Mon, 21 Dec 2009 21:41:20 GMT
Hi Michael,

The IP clearance is not normally done in incubator since the entire IP  
in the podling code base is in a sense being cleared.

But Richard should not wait to send in his CCLA/Grant, ICLA, and ICLAs  
for any other authors of the code.

The CCLA/Grant is the only thing I'd wait for before committing the  
code to the Tashi repository. If you also want Richard to be a  
committer, there's a process for that:


On Dec 21, 2009, at 12:28 PM, Ryan, Michael P wrote:

> I was wondering if I could get some help/guidance form our mentors  
> on something.  I've been working with someone else on the  
> possibility of merging another project called Zoni in with Tashi.   
> Zoni is a system for managing physical machines in a cluster.
> I've generated as much of the IP clearance XML as I can and have  
> attached it to TASHI-7 (a jira issue).  Richard Gass (the primary  
> developer of Zoni outside of Apache), has attahced the source code  
> to the jira as well.  As part of this process, I would push for  
> Richard becoming a committer for Tashi.
> My question is around whether I should be requesting additional  
> permissions to drive the IP clearance process or whether that's  
> something someone else should own.  Additionally, should Richard  
> wait until the process is further along or should he send in his  
> ICLA, CCLA, and software grant forms now?  I'm sorry if I've  
> misunderstood part of the process or if my question seems off-base.   
> Thanks.
> - Michael Ryan

Craig L Russell
Architect, Sun Java Enterprise System
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P.S. A good JDO? O, Gasp!

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