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From "Noel J. Bergman" <>
Subject RE: SVN Import ... Please help us graduate ...
Date Sun, 06 Feb 2005 17:50:58 GMT

I've loaded the SVN dump into the test repository, and we can make it live
as soon as everyone agrees is it OK.

I appreciate your comments, but I am also very much concerned about setting
a precedent that it is OK to use non-ASF resources for critical
infrastructure, and it is not.  The code repository should have been moved
months ago, and I wish that you would have pestered more to make sure it
happened.  We also need to improve our ability to establish the necessary
resources in a timely manner.

	--- Noel

-----Original Message-----
From: Ted Husted []
Sent: Saturday, January 29, 2005 16:38
Subject: RE: SVN Import ... Please help us graduate ...

I'll get a dump from WUSH.NET, Noel. Thanks for following up.

While we've been committing to an offsite repository, all the actual work
has been done within the ASF infrastructure. Development decisions are made
on the ASF dev list, users are supported on the ASF user lists, issues are
resolved through the ASF JIRA installation, and the project resources are
made public through the ASF website. This has all been true for either weeks
or months now. I've even been forwarding commit logs from the offsite
repository to our commit list.

Since the iBATIS project is ~so~ very active, we've held off on moving the
repository until last. But, I think you would agree, the real work of an ASF
project is how it interacts with its Community. The iBATIS Community is
alive and kicking in the ASF infrastructure and has been for some time now.


On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 15:24:12 -0500, Noel J. Bergman wrote:
> Ted,
>>> iBATIS is an incubator project with an external Subversion  
>>> repository that is now ready for import.
>>> The SVN dumpfile is available at
> I went to load it into the test repository, but what I see appears
> to be a tar of your SVN database, not a dump.  Please check.  Also,
> does that include both your SVN and imported CVS repositories, or
> just the former?
> As for graduation, although it seems that you've been beset by
> infrastructure overload, I think you need to actually work in the
> ASF infrastructure before graduating.  I expect that you agree.  :-)
> --- Noel

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