No worries. Thanks for pointing this out. I'm not against giving credit where it's due, so while may be disagreement on whether this is required or not I'm happy to add this to the notice.

If you have any comments on the suggested text please feel free to comment on the jira.



Bernd Fondermann wrote:
On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 20:43, Patrick Hunt<> wrote:
Bernd Fondermann wrote:
Well, I'm not guessing any more than you do. :-)

I didn't -1, because I've no binding vote anyway on this PMC.
I just checked out the release and gave feedback, whether it's
appreciated or not I'm not quite sure.
We take all serious votes seriously.

Imperative to whom?

Hurrying a release never serves well. Votes at Apache should run for
at least 72 hrs. It's also convenient to give a timezone and time when
the vote ends, because EOD might be at different times for different
If this is a security fix, however, I think a shorter timeframe is ok.
But it is not labelled as such.
There is no hurry here. The vote started when my initial email was sent -
specifically "08/28/2009 11:21 AM" and closed on "09/03/2009 03:36 PM",
which is greater than the requisite 72 hrs. You make a good point however, I
will include timezone in subsequent emails.

I couldn't make out when the release vote had been started.
Looks like a great release then.
Thanks for bearing with me,


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