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From Marlon Pierce <>
Subject Re: January 2013 Board Report draft
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2013 15:15:09 GMT
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Significant workflow registry revisions have also taken place during
this quarter.  Reimplementation based around OpenJPA was completed,
work on REST interfaces to registry occurred, as well as integration
with overarching API work.  Science gateway provenance requirements
were also taken into account in the redesign.


On 1/9/13 9:56 AM, Suresh Marru wrote:
> Hi All,
> The board report is due today. We did our first three monthly
> reports as a TLP, now we are on a quarterly schedule starting this
> month. So the reporting period will be Jan, April, July, Oct.
> Please add/modify to the draft.
> Sorry for the last minute notice -- I am unable to reset myself out
> of holiday mode :) \
> Cheers, Suresh
> ------- Apache Airavata is a software framework to construct,
> execute, and manage long running applications and workflows on
> distributed computing resources.
> == Releases ==
> The PMC has not made a release during this reporting period.
> However a RC and a subsequent release vote is targeted for
> mid-january. This release has been delayed due to holidays and to
> get good amount of testing done.
> == Activity ==
> The mailing list, jira and commit activity remains very high. The
> current activity is focused on designing good API to access
> Airavata services and a light weight client.
> == Community ==
> Amila Jayasekara was voted in as the new Airavata PMC
> member/committer and announced to the community on December 22nd.
> The next big step for the project is to engage the community in
> designing the roadmap for Airavata 1.0.
> Airavata had good success with the GSoC students and we would like
> engage the students more. We have a talk related to this topic in
> 'Community over Code' track at ApacheCon NA -
> Will start a
> comdev discussion before the conference.
> == Outreach ==
> Two talks related to Airavata are accepted and published on
> schedule for ApacheCon NA. Airavata and OODT PMC members have
> proposed a 'Apache in Science' track and now has a good collection
> of talks.
> == Infrastructure ==
> There are no infrastructure issues.
> == Other Issues ==
> There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.
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