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RE: [equinox-dev] Equinox IP log

John, looks good!

Here is the discussion on the Orbit mailing list about hiding the email
addresses:
   http://dev.eclipse.org/mhonarc/lists/orbit-dev/msg00732.html

In Orbit everything is a third-party bundle. When people commit a new
bundle to the repository, they are required to create an IP log XML file:
   http://wiki.eclipse.org/Orbit_IP_Log
and then during the build we parse this information and build a web page
for that build. For example:

http://download.eclipse.org/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/I20080411183252/iplog-I20080411183252.html

If you want to use this story going forward with the Equinox project, I can
work with you to get it going.





                                                                           
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Thanks John, this is a good start.  I wonder if there is something we can
harvest from the Orbit IP log structure.  DJ?  Thoughts?

It would be generally useful to have the CQ numbers associated with the
third party code.

One important not is that I believe we have a policy about protecting email
addresses.  We went through this in Orbit where the decision was to not
include them.  DJ, do you recall anything about this?  Either way, unless
there is a compelling reason to include them they should be removed.

Jeff

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FYI, I have committed an initial Equinox IP log:

http://www.eclipse.org/equinox/documents/iplogs/EquinoxIPlog.html

We had initially started with a separate IP log per component, but as I
started to update them I found it painful to track the committer lists
separately so I combined them. Also there is only one IP log URL that can
be linked from http://eclipse.org/projects/listofprojects.php.  The third
party software list is not yet complete, and I have not processed all the
p2 contributions since p2 graduation.  Can all committers quickly scan the
committer list and ensure they are listed, and their login, organization,
and email addresses are correct? I believe we only need to record
committers who contributed to the 3.4 release - this excludes people who
committed only to the incubator project, and those who only committed prior
to the 3.3 release (someone please correct me if this is wrong).
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