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note about graduation thread on general@incubator

Brett Porter-2
Hi,

You may already be following it, but the vote thread on  
general@incubator is ongoing. It did get stuck on the wording of the  
resolution in regards to the purpose of the project being 'a bit  
generic', so David has proposed an alternative wording.

David - can you update the draft charter in SVN? I'm going to then  
assume lazy consensus (so if you object to the wording, do say so as  
soon as possible). Once the thread wraps up on general@incubator,  
I'll restart the vote with the updated resolution.

Cheers,
Brett
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Re: note about graduation thread on general@incubator

dblevins
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On Apr 29, 2007, at 2:43 PM, Brett Porter wrote:

> Hi,
>
> You may already be following it, but the vote thread on  
> general@incubator is ongoing. It did get stuck on the wording of  
> the resolution in regards to the purpose of the project being 'a  
> bit generic', so David has proposed an alternative wording.
>
> David - can you update the draft charter in SVN? I'm going to then  
> assume lazy consensus (so if you object to the wording, do say so  
> as soon as possible). Once the thread wraps up on  
> general@incubator, I'll restart the vote with the updated resolution.

Done.  Working in suggestions from Robert on the incubator list, we  
have this:

  "enterprise application containers and object distribution services"

-David

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Re: note about graduation thread on general@incubator

Mohammad Nour El-Din
wow nice wording ;)

On 4/30/07, David Blevins <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
> On Apr 29, 2007, at 2:43 PM, Brett Porter wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > You may already be following it, but the vote thread on
> > general@incubator is ongoing. It did get stuck on the wording of
> > the resolution in regards to the purpose of the project being 'a
> > bit generic', so David has proposed an alternative wording.
> >
> > David - can you update the draft charter in SVN? I'm going to then
> > assume lazy consensus (so if you object to the wording, do say so
> > as soon as possible). Once the thread wraps up on
> > general@incubator, I'll restart the vote with the updated resolution.
>
> Done.  Working in suggestions from Robert on the incubator list, we
> have this:
>
>   "enterprise application containers and object distribution services"
>
> -David
>
>


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Thanks
- Mohammad Nour
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Re: note about graduation thread on general@incubator

dblevins
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On Apr 29, 2007, at 5:00 PM, David Blevins wrote:

>
> On Apr 29, 2007, at 2:43 PM, Brett Porter wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> You may already be following it, but the vote thread on  
>> general@incubator is ongoing. It did get stuck on the wording of  
>> the resolution in regards to the purpose of the project being 'a  
>> bit generic', so David has proposed an alternative wording.
>>
>> David - can you update the draft charter in SVN? I'm going to then  
>> assume lazy consensus (so if you object to the wording, do say so  
>> as soon as possible). Once the thread wraps up on  
>> general@incubator, I'll restart the vote with the updated resolution.
>
> Done.  Working in suggestions from Robert on the incubator list, we  
> have this:
>
>  "enterprise application containers and object distribution services"
>

With some feedback from Noel we now have this (thanks Noel!).

        RESOLVED, that The Apache OpenEJB Project be and hereby is
        responsible for the creation and maintenance of a software
        project related to enterprise application containers and object
        distribution services [based on, but not limited to the
        Enterprise JavaBeans Specification]; and be it further

I don't think it gets much better than that :)

Noel, do you know if we need to put that new chunk in the "WHEREAS"  
part at the top too or just the actual resolution "RESOLVED" paragraph?

-David