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Re: [virgo-dev] snaps subproject

Thanks Florian.

All: please provide your nominations for snaps subproject lead. You can nominate yourself.


On 15 Nov 2010, at 09:38, Florian Waibel wrote:

> After a short enquiry call with a member of the Planning Council I'd like to share my new knowledge here:
> "Every project can have sub-projects"
> "The concept *gentleperson's agreement* isn't known inside eclipse.org by now." (But, there are some rare cases where committers only have access to parts of a project's repository)
> "A proper subproject needs a project lead but should be easy to create. And most noteworthy it would be easy to add new initial committers to an isolated part of an existing code-basis."
> Regards,
>  Florian
> On Nov 13, 2010, at 8:54 AM, Glyn Normington wrote:
>> To those interested in snaps
>> Since SpringSource cannot fit snaps high in its list of development priorities for Virgo, it may make sense to treat it as a subproject of Virgo and start to promote its contributors into committers. Unfortunately, I *think* a project like Virgo with a code repo cannot have a subproject with a code repo under Eclipse rules, although we should probably check that, so what we could do is to promote the relevant contributors to committer status in Virgo but have a gentleperson's [1] agreement that they restrict their commits to snaps.
>> If we had a proper subproject, then snaps would get a separate classification in bugzilla and would have its own web site. Plus there may be additional freedom in releasing independently of Virgo.
>> Thoughts?
>> Regards,
>> Glyn
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