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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré ...@nanthrax.net>
Subject Re: [Proposal] EIK (Eclipse Integration for Karaf) as a new Karaf sub-project
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2011 06:16:19 GMT
Hi Glen,

I reviewed the project in order to prepare the IP Clearance. There is 
blocker, only Eclipse license dependency (which is Category B, not 
Category X).
I will take care of the IP clearance and licensing review during the 
project promotion to Apache.


On 08/31/2011 10:43 PM, Glen Mazza wrote:
> While I understand you'll be switching the EIK license to Apache, are
> there any EIK dependencies that are GPL/LGPL or similar that would
> prevent incorporation into Karaf?
> Glen
> On 08/31/2011 08:50 AM, Jean-Baptiste Onofré wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I discussed since few days with Stephen Evanchik, the author of EIK.
>> EIK is currently an Eclipse lab project.
>> EIK (Eclipse Integration for Karaf) is the integration of the Apache
>> Karaf application platform and the Eclipse IDE.
>> Notable features include:
>> * An Eclipse Run/Debug launcher configuration that configures Karaf
>> to run inside the workbench transparently to the developer
>> * Automatic deployment of workspace plugin projects to running
>> Karaf instances without copying files
>> * A Target Platform Definition that allows developers to target
>> only the bundles found in Karaf distributions
>> * A Target Platform Provisioner that automatically constructs a
>> target platform from any Karaf distribution on the user's local disk
>> * JMX instrumentation of the Running/Debugging Karaf instance.
>> * Eclipse views that display the Bundle and Service status of Karaf
>> instances
>> Experimental features:
>> Web Tools Platform integration including:
>> * Karaf server runtime with associated classpath maintenance
>> * Karaf runtime locator that scans local disks for compatible
>> Karaf distributions
>> Stephen and I would like to propose EIK as a new Karaf sub-project.
>> We're going to change the current license to use an Apache 2.0 license
>> (I will take care of the IP-clearance), update the code base with the
>> correct header files, etc.
>> As for the others Karaf sub-project, EIK will use a SVN location like
>> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/karaf/eik (and an associated git repo).
>> I will take care of others resources (Jira, Jenkins, Sonar, etc, etc :)).
>> EIK could be a good platform for both Karaf development, but also to
>> construct some tool on top of that (I can image some deployment or
>> advanced monitoring "studios" powered by Eclipse/EIK, etc).
>> This thread is not a vote, just a discussion thread. I would like to
>> have your view about EIK before starting a formal vote.
>> Thanks
>> Regards
>> JB

Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Talend - http://www.talend.com

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