Sorry for the delay in sending this out, it was approved by the members who were present, but I forgot to mail it out here:
GWT Steering Committee call March 12, 2014
Colin Alworth (taking notes)
Manuel Carrasco Moñino nominated for RequestFactory, AutoBeans, I18n, and helping with Jenkins builds, approved
John Tamplin nominated for I18n, approved
GWT 2.6.1 release
Thomas, Daniel, Bhaskar brought up various issues that have been fixed and should be shipped: e.g. super dev mode fixes for windows, jetty/classloader issues for dev mode, ie11 history encoding issues. Others that still need to be merged will go into a release checklist, which should also help us avoid release issues as in 2.6.0.
Super Dev Mode Improvements
Next GWT version will be 2.7, released around I/O, adding modular compilation (to improve Super Dev Mode performance). Other features may also be included, or may wait for a later GWT 3 release. Moving up this target date and making it a smaller release will get better Super Dev Mode out to users right away, rather than delaying until other new features are ready to go. IE6 and 7 support, disabled in GWT 2.6, will be removed in this release.