[Mapbender-dev] [Fwd: Re: [Incubator] Motion: deegree incubation graduation]

Christoph Baudson christoph at baudson.de
Wed Jan 20 15:51:19 EST 2010

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Arnulf Christl (aka Seven) wrote:
> Folks, 
> Frank's suggestion to the Incubation Committee make a lot of sense to
> me, especially the section highlighted below. Should we proceed in this
> way and ask developers to declare that they agree to follow our
> processes? Just to keep tally of who is on our list. 


We only need to define our process.

Thanks for your suggestion, sounds reasonable.


> Best regards, 
> Arnulf. 
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> From: Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>
> To: Markus Schneider <schneider at lat-lon.de>
> Cc: OSGeo-incubator <Incubator at lists.osgeo.org>
> Subject: Re: [Incubator] Motion: deegree incubation graduation
> Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 20:50:18 -0500
> <snip>
>>>    A document
>>>    <http://wiki.deegree.org/deegreeWiki/deegreeCommitterGuidelines> has
>>>    been set up be the PSC. It still needs final review and then has to
>>>    be accepted by all committers.
>> Yes, this task is not finished yet. Does somebody have advises on a good process for this?
> I would suggest asking all developers to announce once they have reviewed
> the guidelines if they agree to them on the developer mailing list.  A
> tally should be kept, and anyone who doesn't respond in some reasonable
> time (and after a bit of prompting) should be removed from the committer
> list.  For GDAL I took this as an opportunity to clear away a few inactive
> committers.
> Likewise, having new committers announce their review, and agreement
> to the guidelines on the public developers list is a good practice.
> </snip>
> For the Mapbender project the comparable relevant page would be: 
> http://www.mapbender.org/Development
> Please discuss if required, else I will start a motion for our next IRC
> to this effect. But there is no need to hurry if there is need for
> discussion. 
> Best regards,

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