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From Simon Nash <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Graduate Tuscany as a top level project
Date Sun, 21 Oct 2007 13:35:52 GMT
The recent Tuscany 1.0 release included Ode integration with an
implementation.bpel component type.  We also have experimental support
for integration with Geronimo.

In the last 2 months, 3 new committers have been added, one is in progress
as Paul has said, and one is being discussed.  Of these 5 people, one is
IBM "day job" (me), one is IBM "non-day-job", and 3 are non-IBM.

I think this clearly shows that Tuscany is focusing effort on bringing in
new committers to increase diversity, and on cross-fertilizing with other


Paul Fremantle wrote:

> Noel
> There is a vote in progress on a new committer right now. Does that count?
> I'm certainly keen on doing integration between Synapse and Tuscany and as
> soon as I get a minute I will do it. I agree that cross-fertilization is
> good.
> Paul
> On 10/21/07, Noel J. Bergman <> wrote:
>>Paul Fremantle wrote:
>>>>Wouldn't the community be healthier if it focused some effort
>>>>on bringing in independent committers?
>>>Its my understanding that the project is very focussed on encouraging
>>>new committers and that this is having results.
>>Where?  It seems to me that if it were having results, we wouldn't be
>>this discussion.
>>I am happy to hear that Tuscany is open to new developers, but if we want
>>base level of diversity, we need to actually have those new developers,
>>just be open to them.  Cross-fertilization between projects (Tuscany, Ode,
>>CXF, Synapse, ServiceMix, et al) is one way to improve diversity, as well
>>improve synergies and integration.
>>        --- Noel
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