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Re: [amalgam-dev] Re: Amalgamation project lead

Hi Cedric,

very good point!
Providing feedback to the individual projects about integration issues is very important.


On Sep 29, 2009, at 9:07 AM, Cédric Brun wrote:

Hi Peter,

I'm glad you stepped in ;)
I have no particular interest in being lead and your project goal looks
very relevant to me. I would just like to add a tiny thing: once, the
amalgamation project did a review of the package and published it on the
wiki, it was containing a few little glitches really easy to fix for
projects so that the packages have more consistency. I'm quite
motivated to do such reviews and push on projects to get those glitches



Peter Friese a écrit :

I'm not sure if there is any recommended process for designating the
project leader, but I think it'd be helpful to know who would like to
become the project leader. If only one person steps forward, it's
quite obvious who will be the project leader, I guess.

So here is my application for being the project lead of the
Amalgamation project.

My goal as a project lead would be to continue the work of Rich and
ensure Amalgamation is a forge for specialized Modeling packages that
are ready-to-use for consumers (consumers being other projects or

Should there be any official / recommended process, please let us know.


On 23.09.2009, at 15:18, Ed Merks wrote:


I asked for volunteers to step forward as committers on the Amalgam
project which was left committerless after Rich's departure.  Peter,
Cédric, and Artem have all stepped forward, so I'd like them to be
set up as the new committers for this project.  I ask the three of
them to designate a leader for the project.


Ian Skerrett wrote:
My understanding is that Richard has resigned everything. Ed do you

Peter, you should let Markus know you are now the package maintainer.

*From:* Peter Friese [mailto:peter.friese@xxxxxxxxx]
*Sent:* Wednesday, September 23, 2009 2:02 AM
*To:* ian.skerrett@xxxxxxxxxxx
*Cc:* Ed Merks
*Subject:* Re: [epp-dev] Galileo SR1: new build available -


I can take on responsibility. So has Rich officially resigned from
this particular duty? Don't want to get into his way...


On 23.09.2009, at 01:11, Ian Skerrett wrote:

Just realized that Richard was the modeling package maintainer. Is
there someone in the modeling community taking on the
responsibility? Peter at one time I thought you had volunteered.
We need someone to do the testing and sign-off or we can’t put it on
the download page.


*From:* epp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:epp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> [mailto:epp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx ] *On
Behalf Of*Markus Knauer
*Sent:* Tuesday, September 22, 2009 12:38 PM
*To:* Eclipse Packaging Project
*Subject:* Re: [epp-dev] Galileo SR1: new build available -

I still need some feedback for the packages

- Modeling
- Pulsar
- Reporting

Could you please test and send your vote?

Regards, Markus

2009/9/21 Zsolt Beothy-Elo <zsolt.beothy-elo@xxxxxxxxx
+1 for the SOA package, tested on Windows, Mac OS X 64 and 32 bit. I
did also some successful smoke tests with the Mac 64bit version of
the rcp package.


Am 20.09.2009 um 20:03 schrieb Markus Knauer:


There is a new build available for testing:

Build ID: 20090920-1025
URL: http://www.eclipse.org/epp/download.php

This build contains the fixes for the "welcome page, about dialog"
problem and the updated Eclipse Platform build from Friday.

Regards, Markus

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