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From Jim Jagielski <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Terminate log4php
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2007 17:46:42 GMT

On Feb 14, 2007, at 11:42 AM, Curt Arnold wrote:

> There is no reasonable expectation of log4php satisfying the exit  
> criteria.  log4php has had no code modification in over a year and  
> minimal activity on the log4php-dev and log4php-user mailing  
> lists.  Repeated attempts have been made to communicate with the  
> sole committer without success.  log4php was previously discussed  
> on general@incubator on 2006-12-21 ( 
> msg12099.html).
> A recent vote to request termination of log4php on general@logging  
> ( 
> 200702.mbox/  
> concluded after almost 5 days with 2 +1 votes from PMC members and  
> one +1 from a log4net committer with no other votes or comments.   
> Announcement of the vote was posted to log4php-dev and log4php-user  
> and prompted no comments.  Since the vote was concurrent with the  
> log4net acceptance vote, it is reasonable to assume that other PMC  
> members intentionally abstained from voting on the issue.  As such,  
> the Logging Services PMC has no position regarding termination of  
> log4php.
> Acting only as mentor and Incubator PMC member and not on behalf of  
> the Logging Services PMC, I request that the Incubator PMC  
> terminate the log4php incubation.  The source code should continue  
> to be available from the Subversion, though possibly in a different  
> location to reflect its terminated status.  The STATUS file should  
> be updated to reflect its terminated status and provide instruction  
> on how to revive the project if circumstances change.  The  
> Incubator PMC should make a decision to whether the log4php mailing  
> lists should be maintained.
> Here is my +1

And mine: +1

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