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From Kelly Campbell <c...@channelpoint.com>
Subject RE: Volunteers: First - cut - Deadline 2nd of March
Date Tue, 27 Feb 2001 23:59:43 GMT

1. Kelly A. Campbell

2. Committer on FOP. I'm also the lead developer on the Merlot XML editor
(www.merlotxml.org) which is not an Apache project, but is released under a
similar license. I also use a good amount of the Apache projects, XML,
Jakarta, and otherwise, and have submitted bug reports and patches for the
projects I use.

3. I work with XML and Java technologies for ChannelPoint, Inc. The spectrum
of how I use it ranges from producing basic documentation via XML/XSLT/XSLFO
up to full web applications and frameworks.

4. I'm interested in most aspects of XML, XSLT, and XSL FO, from development
to a user's standpoint. I have 4 years Java experience, and almost 2 years
of experience with XML and XSL. I'm interested in the interactions between
our projects and the build processes Sam Ruby is working on with Gump. I
would like to work towards standardization of runtime linking and deployment
of java projects (using XML, Ant, and some of the Gump work)... sort of like
a gnu autoconf/linker for Java. I'm also very interested in helping
standardize how Apache projects test their code, either via JUnit, or
another tool as Scott Boag suggested on this list a while back.

Another thing I would like to promote as XML projects is UI tools for
working with XML, XSL, etc. As a part of this, a donation of the merlot xml
editor might be possible, though it would require approval from my company.
I can't promise anything in this regard right now, but I wanted to at least
put it on the table.


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk-Willem van Gulik [mailto:dirkx@covalent.net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 4:09 PM
To: general@xml.apache.org
Subject: Volunteers: First - cut - Deadline 2nd of March

For the first cut of a group of volunteers managing the PMC; could
all of you make sure you have send to the mailing list a short message
(some of you have already done it) with;

1.	name

2.	Apache affiliations/projects you are working on

3.	Professional affiliations if you consider it
	relevant or if you feel you need to disclose them.

4.	Short summary of what you would bring to the
	table in term's of experience, idea's. How
	you see your role in creating synergy between
	all XML projects.

Next steps; lets agree on sime time line and take it from
there. Meanwhile is this 'speed' about right; do I need
to push harder and faster ?

Thanks for all activity sofar !


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