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Re: WG: [jwt-dev] CQs

Hi Sharon, all

Thanks for the explanations.

2698 JWT Transformation Base and 2699 JWT2XPDL transformation have been fully written by Open Wide JWT committers for the specific purpose of JWT.

2701 JWT to BPMN transformation has been fully written by Obeo JWT committers for the specific purpose of JWT.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but for the planned release review to go well, the IP log must not change at all (not even CQ removal) until then.

Therefore, we will wait for the release review to happen, then request that all three CQs be removed, and then review them on our own and release them in the CVS (and talk about it on the bugzillas and the dev mailing list).

Regards,
Marc

Christian Saad a écrit :
Hi Sharon,

seems that, in the end, Florian couldn’t resist checking his mails during
his vacation ;)

According to his information, at least jwt-we-view-uml is definitely free
from third-party code and was developed completely as a part of JWT. I'm
guessing this means we can include this component as soon as the release
review was held and the corresponding CQ can be canceled, is this correct?

For the three transformation components, Mickael, Stephane, could you
provide information about their contribution status? Thanks!

Thanks again for your support,
Christian

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Im
Auftrag von Florian Lautenbacher
Gesendet: Freitag, 24. Oktober 2008 02:47
An: Java Workflow Toolbox
Betreff: Re: [jwt-dev] CQs

Hi there,

just briefly:

I ve seen that there will be a release on the upcoming Wednesday. However,
due to Chris' last mail I'm not sure whether the new components are
included  or not.

2694  	jwt-we-view-uml - technology.jwt initial contribution  	Eclipse
Public License
2698 	JWT Transformation Base 	Eclipse Public License
2699 	JWT2XPDL transformation
2701 	JWT to BPMN transformation

jwt-we-view-uml: this code has been completely written by myself with
support from Chris, so all by committers, should not be a problem so.

transformation base comes from Mickael and maybe other persons from
OpenWide?

jwt2xpdl is OpenWide as well.

JWT to BPMN comes from Stephane.

So for the other three I can't answer for sure whether they
ve written it for theirselves, but I guess so. So all of these CQs might
be included in the upcoming release next Wednesday.

Thanks for clarifying this with Shannon, for the future this will make it
a lot easier.

Good luck with the release, I won't be available the next days again on
the internet, so I won't be able to support you here. Thanks for all the
work done!!

Best regards and greetings from my holiday in Sydney,

Florian

Hi all,



concerning the CQ issue, I've talked Sharon Corbett of the Eclipse IP team
who has been really supportive.



She said that, as Mickael already suspected, CQs only have to be created
if:



-          there is third party code or cryptography involved

-          some of the code has been written by non-committers
(contributors)

-          some of the code has been written outside/before the JWT
project



If this is not the case, these important points remain:



-          The submission should be under the supervision of the PMC.
Sharon
talked to Wayne who said that it is not necessary to post on the PMC
mailing
list if the PMC is informed about the ongoing development in the project,
however it should be posted on the dev mailing list and a bugzilla entry
with attached code should be created.

-          The submitted files must have all necessary copyright
information
like correct headers and be published under the EPL.



Effectively, for us this means:



-          We can submit code that conforms(!) to the aforementioned
requirements at any time and we do NOT need to write CQs for these
components

-          The IP team was under the impression that the currently pending
CQs were entered because the code came from outside JWT. I'm not quite
sure
if this is the case or not since Florian submitted most of them. If this
is
actually not true, then the CQs can be discarded and we can include these
components in JWT 0.5.0. However, we have to wait until Florian comes back
since he has to confirm himself that the code complies to the
requirements.

-          All in all this means that we can probably release the
transformation components as part of 0.5.0 a few days after the workflow
editor (when Florian comes back) and we do not have to write CQs for new
components like examples for extension points.



Nevertheless, Sharon encouraged us not to hesitate to contact the Eclipse
team if something IP releated seems not quite clear and also suggested to
take a look at the visualized eclipse legal process:

http://www.eclipse.org/legal/EclipseLegalProcessPoster.pdf



Regards,

Christian

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