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From Davanum Srinivas <>
Subject Re: request to accept new project: wsrp4j
Date Thu, 31 Jul 2003 23:22:39 GMT
Ted, Ken,
The dependent project was the JSR168 Impl which is Jetspeed2 (already in our CVS). There's
other dependencies that i know of.

Yes, we've not voted on it yet in the WS-PMC. I will start the VOTE and get the results back
incubator folks.


--- Ted Leung <> wrote:
> On 7/31/2003 2:30 PM, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
> >they are ready to dot the eyes and cross the teas; they are
> >assembling the clas, will be executing the software grant
> >as soon as i get it to them, they have a community of developers,
> >they have a sponsoring asf project (web services) which is
> >eager for it, and they have a mentor to help them through the
> >process (sam ruby).  Davinum Srinivas <> from
> >the web services project (cc'd) should be able to answer any
> >questions from that end.
> >  
> >
> I'm unclear as to the project destination here.  Your message says its 
> WS and the proposal
> says Jakarta.   I just looked and couldn't find it. I also couldn't find 
> it in general@jakarta.  
> As long has voted to accept it, I've no problem.  It's just that I'm on 
> the WS PMC and I can't
> remember the vote for this.
> >the codebase is dependent upon another which is *not* yet open,
> >but which will be licensed appropriately and which is intended
> >to follow the first one as a donation.  for internal ibm reasons
> >to which i'm not privy, this must be a rear-drive cart.  however,
> >since the horse will have safe licensing, i don't anticipate a
> >problem.
> >  
> >
> I object to this.  I would prefer to see both donated together, 
> especially if one cannot work
> without the other.
> >please reply asap if you have objections; if i don't see any by
> >monday, i'll assume a lazy consensus and get the ball rolling.
> >also speak up if you object to my doing so. :-)
> >
> See above.
> Ted

Davanum Srinivas -

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