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From Michael Concini <mconc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: MyFaces 2.0 development going forward
Date Thu, 26 Feb 2009 17:10:27 GMT
I'll have to check on what the deal is with the tck results.  I'm not 
sure what our current license conditions are with Sun (not my area of 
expertise).  I'll let you know what I find out from our legal team. 

Matthias Wessendorf wrote:
>> Not sure what you mean by "combing a committer".  As far as the TCK is
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> whoops. Typo... becoming :-)
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>> concerned though, we will have immediate access to the TCK at IBM once Sun
>> releases it.  We'd be happy to run any alpha, beta and eventually final
>> releases of MyFaces 2.0 through the tck and work on fixing those bugs.
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> IMO that's fine, but you can't share the results if I remember correctly
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>>>>> I also think it would be a good idea to come up with a more formal way
>>>>> of
>>>>> keeping track of who is working on which items.  As more folks become
>>>>> involved, its going to become more and more likely that we'll step on
>>>>> each
>>>>> other's toes.
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>>>> I agree, but JIRA only allows to assign ticket to commiters and I don't
>>>> have
>>>> anything better than adding a comment to the ticket for now. If you have
>>>> a
>>>> better idea it would be welcome.
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>>> Perhaps we could use the wiki ? Like creating an umbrella MyFaces 2.0
>>> items wiki
>>> page, which "links" the all the subtasks / issues .
>>>
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>> Using the wiki may not be a bad idea.  If we were to do that though, one
>> thing that would be of great help to my team at least would be to have the
>> work items mapped back to the changes in the spec where possible.  Even
>> something as simple as an which section/subsection the change comes from.
>> I'd be happy to help out with that work, but I would guess Simon or someone
>> from his team could do it more efficiently since they did the initial
>> breakdown of the work into the JIRA issues.
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> I think so too. We can add that info to the wiki. something like:
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> ISSUE NAME        MYFACES JIRA    SPEC ISSUE
> implement blah        MYFACES-1234    SPEC-789   (all are linked to
> the real resources)
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> -M
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>>>>> Does anyone have thoughts on any of the above?  I'd be glad to work
>>>>> with
>>>>> someone from the PMC to assist in any of the required planning.
>>>>>           
>>> Michael, the right channel to communicate on the development of Apache
>>> MyFaces
>>> is this mailing list. If you/your team has questions, the best is to
>>> use something
>>> like [myfaces 2.0] in the beginning of the subject, so a mail can be
>>> filtered easily.
>>> We usually use other resources, like JIRA or the MyFaces wiki ([2]) to
>>> "organize"
>>> the work. You can create an account on those services and contribute some
>>> work
>>> there as well.
>>>
>>> If you have more questions, please ask them here, as the community is more
>>> than
>>> willing to answer them.
>>>
>>> -Matthias
>>>
>>> [1] http://www.apache.org/jcp/sunopenletter.html
>>> [2] http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/
>>>
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>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> Mike Concini
>>>>>           
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>>> --
>>> Matthias Wessendorf
>>>
>>> blog: http://matthiaswessendorf.wordpress.com/
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>>> twitter: http://twitter.com/mwessendorf
>>>       
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