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From Michael MacFadden <>
Subject Re: To-do's for graduation
Date Sat, 11 Mar 2017 15:57:51 GMT
Hello all,

I know there has been some email traffic on this recently, but I think we should also prepare
a little section in the wiki that talks about the people in the project.  Who would be the
committers, the PMC, etc. Essentially who are going to be the initial active participants
of the TLP. We have a lot of committers here from 4 years ago that have moved on to other
things and don’t have time to.. My understanding in general for a TLP is that committers
don’t always equal PMC; but that for a small set of committers that may be the case.

Regardless, I think one task is to identify who will really be part of the TLP and in what

I would be happing to work on this though interaction on the mailing list.


On 3/11/17, 2:40 AM, "Pablo Ojanguren" <> wrote:

    That todo list LGTM
    Thanks Evan
    2017-03-10 1:04 GMT+01:00 Evan Hughes <>:
    > Hello all,
    > I think it's time for us to make a fixed set of tasks we want done before
    > we go for graduation.
    > To start off the list we must complete all the usual org tasks. This
    > includes license checking, notice checks, crypto notice.
    > Please respond to this with dot points of tasks you think should be on our
    > todos before grad and they will latter be compiled into our confluence for
    > the time being (maybe on website in the future). This will then transition
    > to issues and may be assigned to individuals to complete before the next
    > report.
    > Just to state clearly, anyone is able to make a suggestion, don't limit
    > suggestions to small tasks that are able to be completed before the next
    > Incubator report.
    > Todo List:
    > * Publish the svg of logo on website.
    > * Update incubator logo to use the new one (will be released shortly).
    > * Remove any unesscary dependencies in repo.
    > * Vote to decide on keeping the android client or to purge the repo.
    > * Make an updated binary release after all changes made.
    > * Clean the repository.
    > * Docker file.

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