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On Friday, May 18, 2012 10:06:57 AM Andy Kurth wrote:
> I have created a Confluence page which we can use to work out the
> board resolution:
The resolution looks good to me.
> Once we are comfortable with the resolution, one of the PPMC members
> will propose it on the general incubator list. The areas we need to
> work on are in bold. We need to define the project description and
> scope. I wrote this as "dynamically provisioning and brokering remote
> access to compute resources". Thoughts?
What you have works for me.
> Please check the list of initial members to make sure I didn't leave
> anyone out. This list includes both PPMC members and committers,
> correct? If we are in agreement that the list will be the committers
> after graduation, should the status file be changed now?
(Aaron P. - thanks for contacting Brian B. about his continued interest.)
> The PPMC members also need to appoint a chair for the project. I
> would be willing to do this. Anyone else interested?
I'd support you doing this. It may be a good idea to include a term length in
our bylaws so that whoever is in the chair position has a definite end to
their commitment (with the option to continue). I'd just like to avoid the
case where someone volunteers and then gets stuck in a position because no one
else wants to do it.
> Also, 2 more issues regarding the status file:
> The stock bullets under "Project info" should be removed.
> The description is currently "VCL is a management framework for
> building, dispensing and managing virtual machine images across a set
> of bare metal machines or systems with an installed virtual machine
> hypervisor." I don't think this is quite accurate. How about "VCL is
> a modular cloud computing platform which dynamically provisions and
> brokers remote access to compute resources."?
How about adding a little on the end about our simple end user self-service
interface? Something like:
VCL is a modular cloud computing platform which dynamically provisions and
brokers remote access to compute resources while providing a simple self-
service interface for end users.
I'm certainly not a grammar expert, but I don't think a comma is needed before
the 'which' in this case.
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