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From "Jean T. Anderson" <>
Subject Re: Planning graduation...
Date Fri, 27 Oct 2006 16:37:19 GMT
Bill Dudney wrote:
> I think we are ripe, we've not heard anything from Jean so I think we 
> should move the discussion to the ppmc.

It looks like all the work items are done at .

So I agree.

> Once we get agreement there we can bring it back here and vote and  then
> go to the incubator.

Since the DB PMC is sponsoring Cayenne, I suggest first checking in with

To be honest, I'm not sure of the procedure at this point. No doubt
there are precedents in that could be dug up.


> Thoughts?
> -bd-
> On Oct 5, 2006, at 3:28 PM, Andrus Adamchik wrote:
>> I just updated our incubator status page, and we are looking really 
>> good:
>> Here is a short summary of our incubation progress:
>> * we came in to the incubator this March as an open source project 
>> with strong existing meritocracy procedures and extensive code base
>> * we migrated 100% of the infrastructure to Apache
>> * we collected all CLA's (and rewrote those few pieces of code  where
>> we couldn't find the authors)
>> * and finally we made a 2.0.1 release that sailed smoothly through 
>> the approval process
>> Looks like Apache Cayenne is ripe for graduation. I think the 
>> original intent to graduate as an Apache Top Level Project (TLP) is 
>> still the best thing to do.
>> Thoughts on how do we proceed with graduation?
>> Andrus

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