Very reasonable.


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> On Jul 21, 2013, at 12:20 AM, Stefan Bodewig <> wrote:
> Hi
> after about a month we have three projects still interested in Gump
> (Tomcat, POI, XMLGraphics), two saying they don't care too much (Xerces,
> Xalan), one asking to get removed (Log4NET) and no other response.
> Basically this means Gump is useful for a small set of projects and they
> still take something useful out of it.  At the same time at least I'd
> prefer to reduce the amount of time I spend on Gump.
> I've been thinking for quite some time about what to do with it.  The
> best I can come up with:
> * reduce the set of projects Gump builds to the three projects and the
>  transitive hull of its dependencies (basically Ant, JUnit, Xerces,
>  Xalan and a few Commons components) - maybe add a few project that
>  depend on those three if they don't require too many other
>  dependencies
> * Turn on nagging for the three projects and nobody else - reach out to
>  Davod Saff to see whether he'd like to keep receiving nags for JUnit
> * encourage the three projects to take on a more active role in Gump
> * tell infra to turn of our FreeBSD jail
> Does this sound reasonable?
> Stefan
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