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From Laubach Shawn Contr OC-ALC/PSB <Shawn.Laub...@tinker.af.mil>
Subject RE: [VOTE] Move cocoon-poi-block stuff to POI
Date Wed, 14 May 2003 14:56:03 GMT
POI Folks please vote on accepting this:

[X] +1
[ ] +0 
[ ] -0
[ ] -1

For explanations read below.  I'm too tired to recite it all and be fancy.


On 5/13/03 12:54 PM, "Stefano Mazzocchi" <stefano@apache.org> wrote:

> on 5/13/03 7:04 AM Andrew C. Oliver wrote:
>> Hi,
>> How would you guys feel about giving all POI committers CVS access to the
>> HSSF Serializer block?
>> The only downside may be granularity of CVS control, but that could be
>> gotten around by saying "don't commit outside of the block" to the
>> committers who are all reasonable nice guys.
>> The advantage:  While I hope around the world, they will have the ability
>> fix these kinds of things.
>> Alternatively, I'm game to see it moved to the POI module and genericized
>> be non-cocoon specific.
>> Thoughts? (both lists)
> I'd be in favor of moving that code to POI. Nobody else uses it and we
> don't know how to manage/fix it.
> I strongly believe code should reside where there is a community that
> maintains it, not where it makes more sense architecturally.
> But sometimes I don't find other people resonating with this vision so
> count this as only my personal opinion.

Andrew C. Oliver
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