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From Ceki Gülcü <c...@qos.ch>
Subject RE: [VOTE] Granting committer status to log4net developers
Date Mon, 12 Jan 2004 09:17:15 GMT
At 01:18 AM 1/11/2004 -0500, Noel J. Bergman wrote:

> > > > Also - is log4net being directly imported or is it going through the
> > > > incubator?  My understanding would be the latter given it's bringing
> > > > new developers in, but my guess would be that it would be fairly
> > > > simple if the license issues are simple?
>
> > My understanding is that it would need to go through the incubator as we
> > are bringing new code and new developers into Apache.  However I have
> > CCd to general@incubator to get a feeling from the people there as well.
>
>This should come through the Incubator.  From what I see on
>log4net.sourceforge.net, it looks good so far, at least assuming that
>Logging project is organizing itself as a single integrated community, so
>that everyone helps out, and we don't have orphaned code concerns.

Noel,

What does it mean exactly for log4net to come through the Incubator?
 From what I understand so far, I can't see any advantages for *log4net*
to come through the Incubator instead of LS.

All the developers who have expressed an opinion on the matter so far
were inclined to have separate repositories with separate access
rights. The exact internal organization of the Logging Services is
something that should be left for the Logging Services project to
decide. That is probably something everyone agrees with but it still
deserves to be stated clearly, black on white.

Whether LS becomes a single integrated community cannot be imposed
from above. The project needs time to evolve naturally.

>         --- Noel

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Ceki Gülcü

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