[Incubator] Changes on gvSIG incubation
jody.garnett at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 14:03:35 PST 2013
Thanks to you and Jeroen for moving things along, that is good news with
respect to the projects progress.
So we can add an agenda item to the next incubation meeting, and we will
need to ask for a project mentor. Did you have anyone in mind?
On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 11:19 PM, Jorge Gaspar Sanz Salinas
<jsanz at gvsig.com>wrote:
> Hi all,
> There's been a while since my last report about gvSIG incubation. We are
> approaching the final release of gvSIG 2 (now on RC4) so we are
> confident the code review will be started soon.
> Unfortunately this year I won't be able to participate too much on the
> gvSIG project so besides resigning from my position at the gvSIG TSC
> Board I have also to step down as the project OSGeo contact. Manuel
> Madrid will take that role from now on. He is part of the gvSIG TSC
> Board and full representative of the project.
> On the other hand, Jeroen Ticheler is also stepping down from his role
> of gvSIG project incubation mentor so we need to find a new mentor to
> finish gvSIG incubation process. Any help is more than appreciated.
> As a personal point of view, yes gvSIG has been for a long time on the
> incubation process, but it's also true (but maybe not so well known) the
> project has evolved a lot incorporating on its everyday functioning
> almost all of the good practices checked by the incubation process as it
> opened its development (SCM, tickets, technical governance) to the
> community. So, even I'm sad because I have to leave this process without
> having finished my job, I'm happy because in my opinion gvSIG is a
> better free software project than when it started.
> Thanks Jeroen for your time and patience and Manuel for taking the
> Jorge Gaspar Sanz Salinas
> gvSIG Team at Prodevelop
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