CFV: Project Sponsorship: Hotspot Express
Chris.Phillips at Sun.COM
Wed May 13 14:20:28 PDT 2009
Erik Trimble wrote:
> Question: Should the Hotspot Group sponsor the proposed Hotspot Express
>  Project?
> Please cast your vote by replying, publicly, to this message with
> Vote: yes
> Vote: no
> as the first line of the message body.
> You may, at your option, indicate the reason for your decision on
> subsequent lines.
> Votes must be cast in the open; votes sent as private replies will
> not be counted.
> The sponsorship decision will be made by a simple majority vote of
> the Group's Members. Votes are due by midnight UTC a week from Friday,
> the 22nd of May. As an optimization, if an absolute majority of the
> Group's Members votes one way or the other prior to that time then
> the decision may be rendered earlier.
> Only Members of the Hotspot Group are eligible to vote on this
> decision. The current Members are:
> Andrei Pangin
> Andrey Petrusenko
> Antonios Printezis
> Chuck Rasbold
> Coleen Phillimore
> Chris Phillips
> Daniel Daugherty
> Dave Dice
> David Holmes
> Erik Trimble
> Igor Veresov
> Ivan Krylov
> James Melvin
> Jim Holmlund
> John Coomes
> John Rose
> Jon Masamitsu
> Karen Kinnear
> Keith McGuigan
> Kenneth Russell
> Kevin Walls
> Laurent Daynes
> Lev Serebryakov
> Paul Hohensee
> Peter Kessler
> Stephen Bohne
> Thomas Rodriguez
> Vladimir Kozlov
> Xiaobin Lu
> Y S Ramakrishna
> Yumin Qi
> Once a decision has been made the votes will be summarized and
> reported to this list and also to discuss at openjdk.java.net.
>  See:
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