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Re: [modeling-pmc] Jean Bezivin has stepped down from his Eclipse responsibilities
- From: Ed Merks <ed.merks@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 08:34:50 +0200
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On 14/10/2011 10:25 PM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
Indeed. It's been a pleasure working with him over all these years.
Greetings Modeling PMC.
Jean Bezivin has asked me to retire him from his leadership positions
within Eclipse. I have removed Jean from the Modeling PMC and retired
him as PL for Open Model CourseWare (OMCW)  and GMT  projects.
I'll take this opportunity to thank Jean for his many contributions to
the Eclipse community. Thank you, Jean.
Yes, I think it's time to archive it.
With Jean Bezivin's retirement, the two projects have no project leads.
Can you please make it a priority to find suitable replacements? The
first order of business for new project leads will be to retire Jean's
committer status on the projects.
FWIW, OMCW appears dead, but I think that's because it's content is
entirely contained in the project website. There is no content in the
project's SVN repository. It seems like there is some valuable content
there, but I wonder if this is the right place for it? Does it, perhaps,
fit in the wiki? i.e. is it time to terminate/archive this project?
It's also time to terminate GMT. I believe Epsilon is the only active
project left in there and they've been asked to move to EMFT so we
should take the necessary steps to make that happen.
FWIW, there have been no changes in the OMCW project's website for more
than year; and only a handful (3 files) in the past two years.