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From Matt Pelletier <>
Subject Re: Recharter and SVN
Date Mon, 21 May 2007 21:15:37 GMT
That said, I am prepared (as before when we had discussed leaving  
Heraldry) to move the code into another repository and continue  
support there. I think the codebase should continue to live, but the  
Apache structure may not be the best place to house it.

Thanks to everyone that spent time and effort running this project  
and trying to find a way to make it work.


On May 21, 2007, at 5:08 PM, Recordon, David wrote:

> Yes, I meant to sent a message a few weeks ago, but I think the sad
> truth is that those of us left do not have time to dedicate to this
> project.  I really think it is important to see an Open Source OpenID
> Provider, have even run into the need for one a few times this year
> myself, but honestly don't have the time to write one it seems. :-\
> So +1 to leaving incubation and as Dan said I really do want to thank
> everyone here who worked with me to get the project to the point it  
> did
> and I look forward to seeing all of you in the future.
> --David
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Quellhorst []
> Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 11:59 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Recharter and SVN
> All:
> Judging by the inactivity on this project, maybe some life could be
> breathed back into Heraldry outside of incubation.
> I just spoke to David and Matt who both support Heraldry leaving
> incubation.
> Thank you everyone at Apache for all the time you put in.
> -Dan
> On 5/7/07, William A. Rowe, Jr. <> wrote:
>> With the election of the new PPMC, the next two steps which can be
>> accomplished very quickly, we hope, are...
>> 1. recharter
>> 2. clean up svn
>> Finishing 1. makes 2. very simple.
>> Would the ppmc/committer folk please review the new wiki page at
>> and go ahead and commit appropriate edits which reflect the committer
>> group's interest for the new scope of Heraldry?  Please keep
>> discussion of what should stay/go here on the heraldry-dev@ list,
>> rather than tracking on the wiki discussion backpage.
>> Shall we leave the call for changes open for the week, and next
>> Tuesday move forward to actually adopt the newly drafted charter?
>> Note that Ted, J Arron and I can't choose what your charter and scope
>> should be - it's up to the devs individually and collectively to
>> decide this.  But we are here to answer any questions you have, and
>> can be found at higher bandwidth in as sprout,
>> jaarron and wrowe.  (Remember you need a 'real' recognized nick to
>> actually /msg us.) I'm not encouraging you to bypass list-discussion,
>> but if it's something you would pick up the phone and ponder with the
>> intent to bring it back to dev@, that's cool.
>> Bill

Matt Pelletier -- EastMedia -- The Mongrel Book -- OpenID, Identity 2.0

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