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Re: Outcome of the GNU mentors meeting in IRC

From: Andïï
Subject: Re: Outcome of the GNU mentors meeting in IRC
Date: Fri, 3 May 2013 11:32:22 +0100

On 2 May 2013 10:42, Jose E. Marchesi <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all.
> So we had a short meeting in IRC yesterday, and this was decided by
> unanimity:
> - Every participating GNU package decides how many essential and desired
>   slots it wants.  Please send the numbers to address@hidden
>   before Sunday 5 May.
> - If we get all the essential slots we ask for then they will be
>   distributed among the GNU packages as they requested them.
> - If we get less essential slots then we will distribute them evenly
>   among all the participating GNU packages.  The goal is to maximize the
>   number of packages participating in the SOC.
> - The same strategy will be applied to the desired slots.
> Note that none of the above applies to Octave.  They lobbied their own
> way directly with Google and thus they will get the slots explicitly
> assigned by Google.
> Please don't forget to send the number of essential/desired slots before
> Sunday 5 May!
> Also, please send me the mentor contact information requested in another
> email (this also includes Octave mentors).
> Thanks!

For GNU Classpath, we now have one proposal in a pretty much finished state that
I would regard as needing an essential slot ('[GNU Classpath] Port the
GTK+ AWT support').
I believe we are also expecting two more proposals before the deadline
in ~8 hours, so I'd
expect our final total to be 2 essential, 1 desirable, from my
discussions with the other mentors.

Andii :-)

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