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Re: [Cp-tools-discuss] Re: cp-tools maintanance

From: Alex Lancaster
Subject: Re: [Cp-tools-discuss] Re: cp-tools maintanance
Date: 01 Oct 2004 16:31:38 -0700

>>>>> "MW" == Mark Wielaard  writes:

MW> Hi Alex,
MW> On Thu, 2004-09-30 at 12:44, Alex Lancaster wrote:
>> Thanks for taking the initiative on cp-tools.  I really don't have
>> too much time right now to help out, but I can remain an admin if
>> it helps.  Would you mind if I add you as an admin for the
>> cp-tools-discuss and cp-tools-commit lists?

MW> Sure, please add me. I already "admin" the classpath (patches and
MW> commit) mailinglist so I think I know what to do.

You are now an administrator for both lists.  I will contact you with
the password later.

>> Given that neither I nor Julian (who started the project) are
>> actively pursing development, nor are probably planning to make
>> independent releases of texidoclet (the original plan), perhaps we
>> should reconsider merge with the main project for adminstrative
>> simplicity?

MW> I would propose to ask the savannah admins then to move the
MW> cp-tools modules under the savannah classpath CVS project. That
MW> way everybody that is already a GNU Classpath committer can easily
MW> help out with any tool currently in the cp-tools project without
MW> any extra manual administratoring from any of us. (I trust the GNU
MW> Classpath hackers to be polite of course and not just grap and
MW> commit away on any cp-tools project without discussing on the
MW> mailinglist first.)

We need to figure out how to migrate the existing patch/bug
reports/support requests over to classpath.


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