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Re: [wtp-incubator-dev] WTP Incubotor Git Repositories

Thanks Dave, sounds like a good idea to me. I'm advertising the project,
maybe I can find another developer to continue or support the work.

Dominik

Am 08.10.11 17:48, schrieb David Carver:
> One of the things I was thinking of doing was to extract the XML
> Security code into a separate git repository, and that way it could be
> archived as a stand alone git repo.  Similar to how the Vex project was
> extracted with full commit history.
> 
> This way that code is purely standalone, and if somebody really wanted
> to take it back up (i.e. clone it and fork it say on eclipselabs, it
> would be pretty easy to do).
> 
> Dave
> 
> 
> On 10/08/2011 10:53 AM, David M Williams wrote:
>>
>> I've always wanted to say "thanks", Dominik. Thanks for providing the
>> code and giving it a go. I know I have loaded it up in the past, and
>> found it very interesting. Some of the security code was a bit over my
>> head :) but I found it interesting and wish we all had more time to
>> "study security". Thanks for trying to help educate us.
>>
>>
>> As for "what to do with the code", I doubt the EMO has any policy, per
>> se, about the code in long term incubators, so I'd suggest "we" (the
>> WTP Incubator project) come up with a policy ... until the EMO
>> complains. :) I'd suggest leaving the code in the repo but make sure
>> it is clear it is inactive. In CVS we would do that by tagging the
>> final version, and then removing most of "head" except for one file
>> with a note that "this code is currently inactive, the current final
>> version can by found with tag XYZ". I assume there's a something
>> similar that could be done with a GIT repo? In fact, not sure what was
>> done with the all the other code that moved from cvs to git, but would
>> also be nice to null out it's cvs head version, with a note stating it
>> " ... has moved to git repo http:///abcwhatever/";. This just helps
>> communicate to anyone casually browsing the repositories to help them
>> find what's interesting. Just my 2 cents worth of what would be ideal.
>> No strong or immediate need.
>>
>> Thanks again, Dominik. Best of luck.
>>
>>
>> Inactive hide details for Dominik Schadow ---09/27/2011 04:03:34
>> PM---Hi there, I've been looking for other committers for the Dominik
>> Schadow ---09/27/2011 04:03:34 PM---Hi there, I've been looking for
>> other committers for the XML Security Tools in the
>>
>> From: Dominik Schadow <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> To: wtp-incubator-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> Date: 09/27/2011 04:03 PM
>> Subject: Re: [wtp-incubator-dev] WTP Incubotor Git Repositories
>> Sent by: wtp-incubator-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
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>>
>>
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I've been looking for other committers for the XML Security Tools in the
>> past, without any luck. I'd love to see the tools growing, but I don't
>> have the time to do it all on my own (besides the fact that it's good to
>> have someone putting some pressure on me...).
>>
>> However, there is some work going on at JCrypTool, an Eclipse RCP based
>> e-learning software with the XML Security Tools
>> (https://github.com/jcryptool). Looks like the XML Security Tools will
>> have a future there.
>>
>> So if no one else is interested in developing the XML Security Tools
>> with me, it may be time to retire.
>>
>> Dominik
>>
>> Am 25.09.11 17:56, schrieb David Carver:
>> > If you are working on a WTP Incubator component/project and are
>> > currently in the following git repository:
>> >
>> > org.eclipse.webtools.incubator.git
>> >
>> > I'm planning on doing some splitting of the code into seperate
>> > repositories.   This is partially initiated by the move of Vex to the
>> > Mylyn Docs project, and they need their own repository for this
>> final move.
>> >
>> > What I'm proposing is the following new repositories:
>> >
>> > org.eclipse.webtools.incubator.xquery.git
>> > org.eclipse.webtools.incubator.xmlsecurity.git
>> >
>> > There is code in both XML Security and the RelaxNG projects that does
>> > not seem to be getting any active development.   So, the
>> > project/component leads on those projects should specify whether they
>> > wish to continue these projects here at eclipse, or if we should retire
>> > them and let them move elsewhere.
>> >
>> > The XML Search component already has it's own repository (I need to
>> > check on status of the Hudson job I had requested a while ago for that
>> > project).
>> >
>> > Please provide thoughts and feed backs.   All commit history will be
>> > re-written so that only your projects relevant history will be included
>> > so from an IP stand point everything relevant to your particular project
>> > will still be there.
>> >
>> > Dave
>> >
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