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[DotGNU]Summary of WG Meeting

From: Chris Smith
Subject: [DotGNU]Summary of WG Meeting
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 13:24:19 +0000

Various aspects of Working Groups were discussed, and the current lack of 
filled posts.

The Foundation Code is currently the most active area of work within dotGNU 
and does not have a WG Leader. Through some arm-twisting, ajmitch agreed to 
try and stand in as the Foundation Code Working Group 'representative' until 
someone more suitable steps up for the task.

It was thought that one of the Weekend Warriors would be the most suitable 
candidate for the Foundation Code Working Group Leader.  We leave it to them.

Some 'weekly' activities of the Working Group Leaders were identified (with 
the hope of demonstrating that there's probably not much work involved):

1. Know what their group is doing
2. Keep tabs on progress by making sure key tasks are on track to be 
completed on time.
3. Attend weekly meetings (or send a representative) to swap stories of 

It was obvious that more WG leaders were required, and that some WG's would 
have to be designated 'inactive'.

Weekly meetings for WG Leaders were proposed as 1100UTC Saturday (right after 
dotgnu meets, on channel #dotgnu-wg.

Some areas of DotGNU were also discussed:

Various aspects of gune and gcomm (gnu-rpc) with respect to dotGNU.
Metawrap came up, and is eagerly awaited. Some philosophical thoughts were 
voiced.  From this came the following:

1. To try and promote that DotGNU is not .NET (or Mono for that matter).
2. That GNU-RPS is the standard communication mechanism within dotGNU.

Chris Smith
  Technical Architect - netFluid Technology Ltd.
  "Internet Technologies, Distributed Systems and Tuxedo Consultancy"
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