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From Andy Clark <a...@cyberneko.net>
Subject Re: [VOTE]: motion to transform Xerces into a top-level project as a member of the "federation" of XML projects
Date Tue, 04 May 2004 18:09:57 GMT
Berin Lautenbach wrote:
> Note that one does not preclude the other.  The decision as to whether 
> or not to become a TLP should not rest on the charter, although I think 
> it is good to understand how the project is going to run prior to 
> starting :>.


> You'll have to pardon me here - what were the exact issues you had with 
> the charter?  I think there was a piece around top level code base?

Very simply: the draft charter defined Xerces sub-projects
as parser implementations in different languages. And it had
no allowance for sub-projects for a particular parser impl.

I don't see any problem with have a PMC that deals with all
Xerces implementations but still considering the different
implementations "projects" with their own sub-projects. For
example, Xerces-J could have an HTML sub-project with the
HTML DOM implementation and an HTML parser built from the
Xerces framework. But the draft charter was explicit about
defining a sub-project as an XML parser implementation in a
particular language.

Andy Clark * andyc@apache.org

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