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From "Recordon, David" <>
Subject RE: Recharter and SVN
Date Mon, 21 May 2007 21:08:42 GMT
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.


-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Quellhorst [] 
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 11:59 AM
Subject: Re: Recharter and SVN


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

Thank you everyone at Apache for all the time you put in.


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

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