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From Richard Hirsch <hirsch.d...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [REPORT] Attic report, November 2013
Date Mon, 02 Dec 2013 08:01:46 GMT
Hi,

I would like to finish the process of moving Apache ESME to the attic.

Right now, we are stuck somewhere in the middle.

How can we must proceed to fish the move.

Regards,

Dick

On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 12:02 AM, Gianugo Rabellino
<gianugo@rabellino.it> wrote:
> (Please accept my apologies for missing the board report last month)
>
> The Attic is currently experiencing a lack of volunteer time. We have two
> projects in the pipeline (stdcxx and ESME) who’s archival process looks
> stuck – and actually even never started for stdcxx. I guess it’s time
> for the Attic PMC to do an open enrollment and see if we can secure more
> helping hands.
>
> On a somewhat unrelated note, I think the board should actively be aware
> of the following tidbits, which don’t apply directly to the Attic but may
> well have impact one way or another:
>
> 1. Two projects (XMLBeans and DDLUtils) have theoretically moved to the
> Attic. However, both archival processes have been stopped as the community
> decided to try and revive them. Work hasn't been started on the Attic side,
> waiting to see what happens. XML beans is currently beginning an incubation
> process.
>
> 2. Axis is expected to start moving inactive projects to the Attic. No
> concrete follow-up yet as of today and we hope that when they do, they
> come with volunteers ready to help out.
>
> 3. A long thread on dev@click.a.o and board@ happened in September,
> moving quickly from retirement of Click into a general discussion on
> creating
> a new category of "finished" projects with no real community but still not
> attic-worthy. I assume there is no action for the Attic at this point in
> time, but the thread may well be revived in the near future.
>
> --
> Gianugo Rabellino

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