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We need persons as committers and PMC members to keep the XALAN project
I am willing to become a PMC member and contributor, but other interested
persons are also required. There has been little to no action on my
JIRA postings waiting to be reviewed and committed.
I am continuing with web page documentation for the Xalan-C++ Version 1.11.
I have web page prototypes ready for review and comment. If you would like
the web page creation scripts, I can provide them. Just make your interests
known to the xalan-dev@... mail list.
If necessary, we can recreate the PMC development team. I will assist.
Steven J. Hathaway
#> Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:
> Hi David,
> Thanks for your reply - as you can see with my delay now, you're not
> the only who's too busy to keep up with things ;-)
> On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 7:58 PM, David Bertoni <dbertoni@...> wrote:
> > I apologize for not responding sooner. Â I'm the current PMC chair,
> > been too busy with work responsibilities to give adequate time to the
> > project. There are currently no other active PMC members....
> Ok - if no one steps up the logical thing is to move Xalan to the
> attic, as without 3 active PMC members it's impossible to make
> releases or have valid votes. Thank you very much for trying to stay
> on board, but that cannot work with just you, and it's not fair to put
> all the burden on you.
> Unless others step up before say one week before the next board
> meeting which is on June 15th, I guess the board will vote to move
> Xalan to attic.apache.org. Please let us know if you have other
> > ...As for the future of the Xalan project -- I don't think there are
> > committers left, besides me, and I don't think I will have the time to do
> > more than I'm doing at this point. However, I have offered to review and
> > commit Steve's changes....
> Ok - as I said from the board's point of view we need 3 active PMC
> members for the project to stay active, let us know if you see any
> possibility of reaching that "quorum" in the near future.