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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: svn commit: r1686056 - in /zest/site: content/atom.xml content/community/maturity.html src/community/maturity.html
Date Wed, 17 Jun 2015 23:08:38 GMT
Excellent!!

On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 11:55 PM, <paulmerlin@apache.org> wrote:

> Author: paulmerlin
> Date: Wed Jun 17 15:55:06 2015
> New Revision: 1686056
>
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1686056
> Log:
> zest: maturity: replace YES/NO with green checks and red crosses
>
> Modified:
>     zest/site/content/atom.xml
>     zest/site/content/community/maturity.html
>     zest/site/src/community/maturity.html
>
> Modified: zest/site/content/atom.xml
> URL:
> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/zest/site/content/atom.xml?rev=1686056&r1=1686055&r2=1686056&view=diff
>
> ==============================================================================
> --- zest/site/content/atom.xml (original)
> +++ zest/site/content/atom.xml Wed Jun 17 15:55:06 2015
> @@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
>   <title></title>
>   <link href="http://zest.apache.org/atom.xml" rel="self"/>
>   <link href="http://zest.apache.org"/>
> - <updated>2015-06-17T15:09:02+02:00</updated>
> + <updated>2015-06-17T17:54:02+02:00</updated>
>   <id>http://zest.apache.org</id>
>   <author>
>     <name></name>
>
> Modified: zest/site/content/community/maturity.html
> URL:
> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/zest/site/content/community/maturity.html?rev=1686056&r1=1686055&r2=1686056&view=diff
>
> ==============================================================================
> --- zest/site/content/community/maturity.html (original)
> +++ zest/site/content/community/maturity.html Wed Jun 17 15:55:06 2015
> @@ -114,165 +114,165 @@
>                  <script type="text/javascript" src="
> http://www.ohloh.net/p/13150/widgets/project_factoids.js"></script>
>              </div>
>          </div>
> -        <h3>CD10 - YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project produces Open Source software, for distribution
> to the public at no charge.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project's code is easily discoverable and publicly
> accessible.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The code can be built in a reproducible way using widely
> available standard tools.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The full history of the project's code is available via a
> source code control system,
>              in a way that allows any released version to be recreated.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The provenance of each line of code is established via the
> source code control
>              system, in a reliable way based on strong authentication of
> the committer. When
>              third-party contributions are committed, commit messages
> provide reliable information
>              about the code provenance.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The code is released under the Apache License, version 2.0.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Libraries that are mandatory dependencies of the project's
> code do not create more
>              restrictions than the Apache License does.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The libraries mentioned in LC20 are available as Open Source
> software.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Committers are bound by an Individual Contributor Agreement
> (the "Apache iCLA") that
>              defines which code they are allowed to commit and how they
> need to identify code that
>              is not their own.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The copyright ownership of everything that the project
> produces is clearly defined and
>              documented.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Releases consist of source code, distributed using standard
> and open archive formats that
>              are expected to stay readable in the long term.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Releases are approved by the project's PMC (see CS10), in
> order to make them an act of
>              the Foundation.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Releases are signed and/or distributed along with digests
> that can be reliably used to
>              validate the downloaded archives.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Convenience binaries can be distributed alongside source code
> but they are not Apache
>              Releases -- they are just a convenience provided with no
> guarantee.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>QU10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project is open and honest about the quality of its code.
> Various levels of quality
>              and maturity for various modules are natural and acceptable
> as long as they are clearly
>              communicated.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>QU20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project puts a very high priority on producing secure
> software.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU30  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>QU30 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project provides a well-documented channel to report
> security issues, along with a
> -            documented way of responding to them. 8
> +            documented way of responding to them.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU40  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>QU40 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project puts a high priority on backwards compatibility
> and aims to document any
>              incompatible changes and provide tools and documentation to
> help users transition to new
>              features.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU50  - YES</h3>
> +        <h3>QU50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project strives to respond to documented bug reports in a
> timely manner.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO10  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>CO10 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project has a well-known homepage that points to all the
> information required to operate
>              according to this maturity model.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The community welcomes contributions from anyone who acts in
> good faith and in a respectful
>              manner and adds value to the project.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Contributions include not only source code, but also
> documentation, constructive bug
>              reports, constructive discussions, marketing and generally
> anything that adds value to the
>              project.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The community is meritocratic and over time aims to give more
> rights and responsibilities
>              to contributors who add value to the project.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The way in which contributors can be granted more rights such
> as commit access or decision
>              power is clearly documented and is the same for all
> contributors.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO60  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO60 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The community operates based on consensus of its members (see
> CS10) who have decision power.
>              Dictators, benevolent or not, are not welcome in Apache
> projects.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO70  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO70 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project strives to answer user questions in a timely
> manner.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS10  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>CS10 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project maintains a public list of its contributors who
> have decision power -- the
>              project's PMC (Project Management Committee) consists of
> those contributors.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CS20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Decisions are made by consensus among PMC members and are
> documented on the project's main
>              communications channel. Community opinions are taken into
> account but the PMC has the final
>              word if needed.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS30  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>CS30 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Documented voting rules are used to build consensus when
> discussion is not sufficient.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CS40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              In Apache projects, vetoes are only valid for code commits
> and are justified by a technical
>              explanation, as per the Apache voting rules defined in CS30.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CS50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              All "important" discussions happen asynchronously in written
> form on the project's main
>              communications channel. Offline, face-to-face or private
> discussions that affect the
>              project are also documented on that channel.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>IN10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>IN10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project is independent from any corporate or
> organizational influence.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>IN20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>IN20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Contributors act as themselves as opposed to representatives
> of a corporation or organization.
>          </p>
>
> Modified: zest/site/src/community/maturity.html
> URL:
> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/zest/site/src/community/maturity.html?rev=1686056&r1=1686055&r2=1686056&view=diff
>
> ==============================================================================
> --- zest/site/src/community/maturity.html (original)
> +++ zest/site/src/community/maturity.html Wed Jun 17 15:55:06 2015
> @@ -19,165 +19,165 @@ layout: default
>                  <script type="text/javascript" src="
> http://www.ohloh.net/p/13150/widgets/project_factoids.js"></script>
>              </div>
>          </div>
> -        <h3>CD10 - YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project produces Open Source software, for distribution
> to the public at no charge.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project's code is easily discoverable and publicly
> accessible.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The code can be built in a reproducible way using widely
> available standard tools.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The full history of the project's code is available via a
> source code control system,
>              in a way that allows any released version to be recreated.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CD50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CD50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The provenance of each line of code is established via the
> source code control
>              system, in a reliable way based on strong authentication of
> the committer. When
>              third-party contributions are committed, commit messages
> provide reliable information
>              about the code provenance.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The code is released under the Apache License, version 2.0.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Libraries that are mandatory dependencies of the project's
> code do not create more
>              restrictions than the Apache License does.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The libraries mentioned in LC20 are available as Open Source
> software.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Committers are bound by an Individual Contributor Agreement
> (the "Apache iCLA") that
>              defines which code they are allowed to commit and how they
> need to identify code that
>              is not their own.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>LC50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>LC50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The copyright ownership of everything that the project
> produces is clearly defined and
>              documented.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Releases consist of source code, distributed using standard
> and open archive formats that
>              are expected to stay readable in the long term.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Releases are approved by the project's PMC (see CS10), in
> order to make them an act of
>              the Foundation.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Releases are signed and/or distributed along with digests
> that can be reliably used to
>              validate the downloaded archives.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>RE40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>RE40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Convenience binaries can be distributed alongside source code
> but they are not Apache
>              Releases -- they are just a convenience provided with no
> guarantee.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>QU10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project is open and honest about the quality of its code.
> Various levels of quality
>              and maturity for various modules are natural and acceptable
> as long as they are clearly
>              communicated.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>QU20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project puts a very high priority on producing secure
> software.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU30  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>QU30 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project provides a well-documented channel to report
> security issues, along with a
> -            documented way of responding to them. 8
> +            documented way of responding to them.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU40  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>QU40 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project puts a high priority on backwards compatibility
> and aims to document any
>              incompatible changes and provide tools and documentation to
> help users transition to new
>              features.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>QU50  - YES</h3>
> +        <h3>QU50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project strives to respond to documented bug reports in a
> timely manner.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO10  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>CO10 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project has a well-known homepage that points to all the
> information required to operate
>              according to this maturity model.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The community welcomes contributions from anyone who acts in
> good faith and in a respectful
>              manner and adds value to the project.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO30  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO30 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Contributions include not only source code, but also
> documentation, constructive bug
>              reports, constructive discussions, marketing and generally
> anything that adds value to the
>              project.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The community is meritocratic and over time aims to give more
> rights and responsibilities
>              to contributors who add value to the project.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The way in which contributors can be granted more rights such
> as commit access or decision
>              power is clearly documented and is the same for all
> contributors.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO60  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO60 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The community operates based on consensus of its members (see
> CS10) who have decision power.
>              Dictators, benevolent or not, are not welcome in Apache
> projects.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CO70  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CO70 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project strives to answer user questions in a timely
> manner.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS10  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>CS10 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project maintains a public list of its contributors who
> have decision power -- the
>              project's PMC (Project Management Committee) consists of
> those contributors.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CS20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Decisions are made by consensus among PMC members and are
> documented on the project's main
>              communications channel. Community opinions are taken into
> account but the PMC has the final
>              word if needed.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS30  -  NO</h3>
> +        <h3>CS30 <i class="icon-remove text-error"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Documented voting rules are used to build consensus when
> discussion is not sufficient.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS40  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CS40 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              In Apache projects, vetoes are only valid for code commits
> and are justified by a technical
>              explanation, as per the Apache voting rules defined in CS30.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>CS50  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>CS50 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              All "important" discussions happen asynchronously in written
> form on the project's main
>              communications channel. Offline, face-to-face or private
> discussions that affect the
>              project are also documented on that channel.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>IN10  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>IN10 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              The project is independent from any corporate or
> organizational influence.
>          </p>
> -        <h3>IN20  -  YES</h3>
> +        <h3>IN20 <i class="icon-ok text-success"></i></h3>
>          <p>
>              Contributors act as themselves as opposed to representatives
> of a corporation or organization.
>          </p>
>
>
>


-- 
Niclas Hedhman, Software Developer
http://zest.apache.org - New Energy for Java

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