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From Andy Taylor <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Artemis 2.0.0 target features
Date Thu, 08 Dec 2016 16:05:26 GMT
I think Christian's issue is not with feature parity being a marketing goal
but the fact that you aligned a major bump with a feature set rather than
API changes etc.

we have had this conversation a couple of times and altho its a good idea
the discussion just goes of on all tangents since everyone wants different
new functionality. I would suggest raising a Jira per enhancement and
discuss each individually.

On 8 December 2016 at 15:50, Matt Pavlovich <> wrote:

> Christian-
> Are there any features or API breaking changes you'd like to see? My #1
> goal is to kick off a conversation.
> I don't think setting goals like "feature parity w/ ActiveMQ 5.x" is a
> marketing goal. I think it is a user-centric goal. Users use features. For
> Artemis to be a suitable upgrade for ActiveMQ 5.x, a set of features need
> to be present. My intention with this thread is to discuss and prioritize
> those features.
> -Matt
> On 12/8/16 1:52 AM, Christian Schneider wrote:
>> As artemis is an open source project I would not use a marketing like
>> reason for a new major version (like a certain feature set).
>> Instead I would use a major version to remove deprecated interfaces. So
>> basically to remove stuff in a way that might be incompatible to older
>> clients.
>> For pure feature additions a minor version should be technically good
>> enough.
>> Christian
>> 2016-12-07 22:29 GMT+01:00 Matt Pavlovich <>:
>> *** Re-sending w/ [DISCUSS] subject tag
>>> Kicking off a discussion on what folks would like to see in 2.0.0 release
>>> for Artemis. My thought is that we should target ActiveMQ 5.x feature
>>> parity in an effort to solidify Artemis in the product sense. I will
>>> detail
>>> out specifics from my previous note on 5.x-Artemis feature gaps.
>>> Thoughts?

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