Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Tools_Used


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Nov 24, 2018, 2:44:27 AM (7 months ago)
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55790
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55790 GCI - fixed word: "it can meet outs" to "it can meet ours"

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    5 The RTEMS Project used the project management ideas of the [http://gcc.gnu.org/ GCC Project] as a starting point for our management structure.  The idea for and structure of the [wiki:TBR/Review/Steering_Committee  RTEMS Steering Committee] was based upon that of GCC's Steering Committee.  In addition, from 2003 to early 2010, the static html content of the RTEMS Website was based upon the GCC Website. This content was a nice starting point for the RTEMS Website because RTEMS and GCC use most of the same supporting tools. In addition, the RTEMS Project looks to GCC for ideas on better project management tools and has migrated to those tools after GCC as successfully deployed them.  GCC is a larger project with more activity so we know that if the tool can handle that load and variety of requirements, it can meet outs. 
     5The RTEMS Project used the project management ideas of the [http://gcc.gnu.org/ GCC Project] as a starting point for our management structure.  The idea for and structure of the [wiki:TBR/Review/Steering_Committee  RTEMS Steering Committee] was based upon that of GCC's Steering Committee.  In addition, from 2003 to early 2010, the static html content of the RTEMS Website was based upon the GCC Website. This content was a nice starting point for the RTEMS Website because RTEMS and GCC use most of the same supporting tools. In addition, the RTEMS Project looks to GCC for ideas on better project management tools and has migrated to those tools after GCC as successfully deployed them.  GCC is a larger project with more activity so we know that if the tool can handle that load and variety of requirements, it can meet ours. 
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    77Much of the static html content has since migrated to the Wiki, including this page.  Only the top page and a few important pages such as licensing information was a static html page as of early 2010.  In early 2010, [wiki:TBR/User/JoelSherrill JoelSherrill] and [wiki:ChrisJohns ChrisJohns] undertook migrating the top of the site from Metahtml and static pages to [http://www.drupal.org Drupal]