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AW: [ecf-dev] PLEASE READ: Areas of focus for Ganymede/ECF 2.0
- From: "Rellermeyer Jan Simon" <rellermeyer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 19:53:17 +0200
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I'm at your (remote) service. I will soon begin the tests for the file transfer through all kinds of nasty proxies and work on the integration of R-OSGi as a remote service provider.
Von: ecf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx im Auftrag von Scott Lewis
Gesendet: Di 10/23/2007 21:52
An: Eclipse Communication Framework (ECF) developer mailing list.
Betreff: [ecf-dev] PLEASE READ: Areas of focus for Ganymede/ECF 2.0
Coming out of the conference call today, I've proposed some major areas
of focus for ECF 2.0/Ganymede:
Please take a look at this page and then do the following:
1) Review/comment on all the proposed areas of focus. Feel free to add
to/delete verbiage, connect bug reports to and/or change the content of
each area of focus.
2) If you are identified as one of the leads for an area of focus then
a) *Respond to this email with a +1, 0, -1* to that you are
able/willing/desire to work in
the given area of focus.
b) Modify and detail the particular area of focus as you see fit
By identifying one or two leads for these 'components' of ECF, it's my
hope that we'll be able to move all of them forward more quickly and
more predictably, while also allowing people to work on the areas of ECF
that they are most interested in without overburdening anyone.
As we all know, this is an all volunteer project, and I would like to
make sure that everyone is satisfied/interested by what they are doing
with ECF, while trying to keep the project as a whole moving forward.
So please say so if I've made incorrect assumptions about interests,
availability, or anything else.
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