DRAFT Community Awards Rules
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Thu Jan 17 07:28:40 PST 2008
Dalibor Topic wrote:
> Andy Tripp wrote:
>>> of up to10 individuals. An individual may enter the contest no more
>>> than one time, whether as a single individual or as a member of a
>> Why limit people/groups to just one proposal?
> Presumably to have fewer, but more seriously thought out proposals,
> than a 'lottery' type of situation where submitting more proposals is
I'm worried that, say, IBM could only submit one proposal, when they
have two distinct groups ready to work two distinct projects.
>>> e. All work on Proposals, including without limitation
>>> communications among team members, and any source code or
>>> information repositories associated with the Proposal must
>>> be accessible to all developers visiting the OpenJDK
>>> Project website, and must be done in the open.
>> I think it's a bit harsh to require all communication among team
>> members to
>> be in the open. It's fine to require all code and email, but it's not
>> to require verbal communication be documented.
> blogs, meeting minutes & IRC logs could work for that, I guess.
I'm picturing whiteboard discussions, phone calls, pair programing, etc.
Also, I now notice that it doesn't say communication "relating to the
So I'd reword "communications" to "written communications pertaining to the
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