|From:||Rob Weir <robweir-AT-apache.org>|
|Subject:||Symphony contribution logistics|
|Date:||Tue, 24 Apr 2012 10:32:48 -0400|
Wearing my IBM hat for a minute... We're putting the final touches on our Symphony contribution. The contribution will look something like this: 1) A source tree 2) An SGA that covers IBM intellectual property in that source tree 3) A set of binary install images, for the convenience of project members wishing to review this contribution 4) Some written material that describes in detail the enhancements made in Symphony compared to OpenOffice. The source tree is comparable in size to OpenOffice, so it will not be possible for us to just check it in without interfering with Apache SVN mirroring. So I'm proposing that we (IBM) will make a local SVN repository, check the code into there, and then generate a dumpfile from SVN that we can share with Infra, and which they can schedule for import. I propose that we put this tree here: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/ooo/symphony/t... Once we've made the contribution, and once the community has had the opportunity to review what is there, we can then have a discussion on how we can make best use of this contribution to advance the project. Does this sound right? Any concerns? -Rob
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