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From Glen Daniels <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Axis2 as TLP
Date Thu, 27 Nov 2008 04:54:53 GMT
OK, clearly we aren't going to reach a significant majority in favor 
here, and upon reflection, I don't think this kind of proposal should 
override more than one or two -1s even if we *had* a ton of +1s.

So I'm for calling it in the negative at this point.

We can consider other alternatives as we continue to discuss.  It would 
be great if people can chime in with more opinions.


Paul Fremantle wrote:
> I'm currently -1 on this particular vote. I hope that a more
> consensual proposal can win my +1.
> Paul
> On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 3:33 PM, Glen Daniels <> wrote:
>> Folks:
>> Discussion seems to have died down about the TLP proposal, and I think we
>> heard a lot of valuable viewpoints during the conversation.  At this point,
>> I think it's time to VOTE on the idea and see where we're at.
>> I've described what we're voting on on the wiki page [1], and will include
>> it here as well:
>> * Restructure Axis2 as an independent TLP, containing subprojects that
>> *directly* relate to Axis2 - these include all the Modules and Transports.
>> This ends up being a reasonably sized and well-focused project.
>> * Once Axis2 is split out, we'll move the "sub-sub-projects" inside
>> WS-Commons (Axiom, Neethi, XmlSchema) up to be WS subprojects. This will
>> also involve making sure that the SVN authorizations are appropriately
>> granular.
>> * We'll then do a review of the remaining projects inside WS and based on
>> that, decide whether any further action is needed. Such actions might
>> include promoting more projects to TLPs, or retiring stagnant codebases.
>> Please chime in with your VOTE on this (and indicate binding/non-binding
>> depending on whether you are a PMC member).
>> Here's my +1 (binding).
>> Thanks,
>> --Glen
>> [1]
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