Officially closing the vote. Thanks for the patience everyone. This one needed some good discussion and a bit of extra time.
+1s Andy Gumbrecht Bruno Baptista David Blevins Gurkan Erdogdu Ivan Junckes Filho Jean-Louis Monteiro Jonathan Gallimore Otávio Gonçalves de Santana Richard Monson-Haefel Rudy De Busscher Thiago Veronezi 0s Matthew Broadhead -1s Romain Manni-Bucau Vote passes with eleven +1s, one 0, and one -1. Though this is a technical vote and a -1 would normally veto, after long discussion here and a short follow up with the board, all involved agree the -1 is not a true technical veto and not binding. Guidance from the board was to use a -0 on technical votes if the intent is not to veto. I think it would be good for us to be extra clear if a vote is a technical vote vs consensus. Though it took a while to talk this one out and the vote is not unanimous, it is good to see the discussion and high turnout. I think this reflects us using muscles we haven't used in a while and is an overall incredibly positive thing. Thanks to everyone who voted and participated in the community discussion! -David > On Mar 18, 2018, at 5:02 PM, David Blevins <david.blev...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Jean-Louis has put a PR up for discussion for JWT Support in TomEE. > > - https://github.com/apache/tomee/pull/123 > > There are 35 commits spanning 27 days of work. It's been reviewed by Andy > and Rudy. One a committer and one a contributor, which is great for us. > > There's an open question as to where the code should live in its final state: > TomEE or Geronimo. This conversation doesn't seem conclusive after 12 days. > It's ok for us not to agree, but we should have more votes so there is a > clear outcome and we are acting as a community to our best ability. > > Vote: Merge Pull Request 123? > > +1 Yes, let's do it > +-0 Abstain > -1 No, don't put this code in TomEE > > > Out of respect for the conversation, this is not a vote of where the code > will live in its final state. This is just a decision to merge or not. It > would give the users something they can try, which can be updated by a future > PR if the code does eventually move. > > > -David >