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Re: [jwt-dev] WE contribution, Telco, OpenWide internal Wiki

Yep, log in to IPZilla using committer (CVS) login at https://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1936 .

For now, the "initial contribution" is "awaiting committer", so I guess it is up to AgilPro contributors to move it to the next state once they're done with their initial work. Florian, any update ?

Regards,
Marc

Fabrice Dewasmes wrote:

Marc or Florian,
I've received automatic email concerning tracks in IPZilla that I have to take care of but I can't log in. Do you know how to access to IPZilla ?
Fabrice


On 1/8/08, *Marc Dutoo* <marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

    Hi Florian

    About discussion with EMO-IP team :
    about the"formal contribution mechanism" part : it means, did you
    accept
    and include in AgilPro code coming from the whole world, ex. bug
    patches
    ? If so, did you ask their authors to agree with the license then, and
    the epl now ?

    About Open Wide and other SCOrWare partners contributions to JWT till
    end of January :
    I'm still not sure they will be fully (especially on the
    administrative
    side) ready by then.
    In particular, there is the issue of third party dependancies.

    Regards,
    Marc

    Marc Dutoo wrote:

> Hi Florian, Alain, all
>
> Fully OK for a telco next week, especially in light of the upcoming
> release review !
> Would monday 14 jan at 15:00 pm be ok ?
>
> Happy new year to all of you also !
>
> Regards
> Marc
>
> Alain BOULZE (INRIA) wrote:
>
>> Hi Florain, Marc and all,
>>
>> On behalf of OW@INRIA team, I wish you a happy and successful
new year !
>>
>>>
>>> Shall we have a telco this or next week again? I think this would
>>> be highly
>>> valuable in order to discuss the current and upcoming issues (code
>>> contribution slides, presentations at EclipseCon, STP IM, etc.).
>>
>>
>>
>> next week should be fine for us.
>>
>> Best
>> Alain
>>
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>>
>>> Florian
>>>
>>>
>>> @Marc only: Concerning the JWT/SCOrWare-wiki: I tried it several
>>> times, but
>>> with the combination FlorianLautenbacher/(password as sent) I
don't
>>> get
>>> access to your wiki (on none of the pages). Could you please check
>>> that
>>> again? Thank you!
>>>
>>>
>>> ---
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Sharon Corbett <sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx>> changed:
>>>
>>> What |Removed |Added
>>>
----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> ------
>>> CC| |
>>> sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> AssignedTo|emo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:AssignedTo%7Cemo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx> |
>>> sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Severity|new |awaiting_committer
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --- Comment #1 from Sharon Corbett <sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:sharon.corbett@xxxxxxxxxxx>>
>>> 2008-01-02
>>> 10:51:00 --- Hi Florian:
>>>
>>> We have a few questions for your regarding this contribution that
>>> we hope
>>> you can help us understand before we move forward;
>>>
>>> 1. Did all contributors of the code on the Sourceforge project
>>> (AgilePro)agree to the license change to EPL from GPL? We note
>>> that Emundo
>>> GMBH appears to be involved in this project as well which we will
>>> need to
>>> understand?
>>>
>>> 2. Did the AgilePro project have a formal contribution mechanism
>>> in place?
>>>
>>>
>>> 3. Are Christian Seitz and Christian Saad employed by the
>>> University or are
>>> they students?
>>>
>>> Based on your response to these questions, we will be able to
>>> decide how to
>>> move forward. We must ensure that all contributors of the
original
>>> code
>>> agree to the license change and we further need to ensure and
>>> understand the
>>> pedigree of the original code.
>>>
>>> Should I be misunderstanding the intent of your contribution or
>>> should you
>>> wish to discuss further, please do not hesitate to contact me via
>>> telephone.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Sharon
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>> Von: emo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:emo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx>
[mailto: emo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:emo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx>]
>>> Gesendet: Montag, 7. Januar 2008 11:30
>>> An: lautenbacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:lautenbacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Betreff: [CQ 1936] technology.jwt initial contribution
>>>
>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1936
>>>
>>>
>>> Florian Lautenbacher <lautenbacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:lautenbacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>
>>> changed:
>>>
>>> What |Removed |Added
>>>
----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> ------
>>> Severity|awaiting_committer |new
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --- Comment #2 from Florian Lautenbacher
>>> <lautenbacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:lautenbacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> 2008-01-07
05:30:08 --- Hi
>>> Sharon,
>>>
>>> the project AgilPro was a joint project of the University of
Augsburg,
>>> Germany, together with the company eMundo GmbH which has been
>>> sponsored by
>>> the High-tech initiative future Bavaria.
>>> The project ended in December 2007, and all code concerning the
>>> workflow
>>> editor has only been implemented by the Unviersity of Augsburg
>>> (myself and
>>> students of mine such as Christian Seitz and Christian Saad).
Other
>>> parts of
>>> the project have been developed together with staff of eMundo GmbH
>>> or only
>>> by eMundo GmbH.
>>> But these are not part of this contribution.
>>>
>>> However, all project partners of AgilPro (meaning the staff of the
>>> our lab
>>> at the University of Augsburg as well as staff of eMundo GmbH)
>>> agreed to
>>> move to Eclipse and hence to change the license from GPL to
EPL for
>>> the
>>> Workflow Editor part.
>>>
>>> I'm unsure what you mean by "formal contribution mechanism": is
>>> there a link
>>> explaining that? The code has been implemented based on EMF and
>>> GEF, using a
>>> Bugzilla and SVN of the University and the students got their work
>>> packages
>>> according to predefined project plans as well as regarding
incoming
>>> bugs
>>> from companies who are using the tool suite AgilPro.
>>>
>>> Still the tool AgilPro is available as a SourceForge project
>>> ( http://sf.net/projects/agilpro) under the GPL, which
includes the
>>> JWT-WE
>>> (now under EPL) and enhances this with several parts (RCP,
additional
>>> plugins, code generation, etc.). To our opinion this should
not be a
>>> problem, are we right?
>>>
>>> Currently, only the mentioned students and myself are working on
>>> the code of
>>> JWT WE - however, gathering feedback from the whole JWT
community.
>>> This will
>>> probably change during this year, when the other partners of the
>>> JWT project
>>> will join the development of JWT Workflow Editor (now focused
more on
>>> necessary transformations).
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>>
>>> Florian
>>>
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