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From "Cliff Schmidt" <>
Subject RE: xmlbeans project
Date Sun, 27 Jul 2003 07:57:31 GMT
On Wednesday, July 23, 2003 11:55 PM, Berin Lautenbach wrote:

> Paul Hammant wrote:
>> Ted,
>>> If you look at this message in the tapestry-dev@jakarta mailing list
>>> it seems clear that they went into the incubator @jakarta
>>> So incubator folks, what is the correct policy here?
>> Both Tapesptry and Lenya were special cases. We've set policy since
>> then. All new projects come through Incubator (mail lists, sites,
>> CVS). Best to just go with the flow.  One would also hope that
>> future projects coming in take a while to incubate, and don't
>> declare "success" and exit a mere couple of months after arriving.
>> There is no allegation there of course :-)
> Speaking as someone who has had to try to come up to speed with
> incubation for the XMLBeans piece, it would be great to have all this
> documented somewhere.
> Chris was going to start something on Wiki.  I wonder if there is an
> opportunity for some of us to start this and flesh it out with what
> happens as we go along?

(I assume you meant me, Cliff -- I get that all the time).  I did
indeed volunteer to start documenting what I've learned about how to
put together a project proposal and what I will learn about going 
through the incubation process.  I've been planning on getting 
something started this weekend.  

> I will try to kick something off either tonight or in the next few
> days unless there are violent objections?
> Cheers,
> 	Berin

For now I've started a page [1] with just a couple ideas.  I'll
start working seriously on it in about 16 hours. (Sunday afternoon 

If Berin or anyone else wants to add some ideas or start adding some
real content before I do, please go ahead and I'll pick up where you
leave off.  If there's already a better place to start adding this 
content, let me know.



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