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From Suresh Marru <>
Subject Re: Airavata 0.6 release plan
Date Thu, 10 Jan 2013 18:18:03 GMT
Hi Ate,

Thank you for taking time to review the issues and reminding the JIRA. With the delayed release
schedules we haven't been effectively using the JIRA's. I think we have to set a fixed time
for the releases and call out for coding sprints and streamline this process a bit. 

Saminda, since you are the RM, I will defer to your call on the issues to be addressed vs
deferred to 0.7 release. I will review them too, but it will be early tomorrow. 


On Jan 10, 2013, at 10:02 AM, Ate Douma <> wrote:

> Hi team,
> I'm not involved really right now, so please take my comments below for what it is worth
> Regarding the 0.6 release plan: aren't there a bit too many issues still outstanding
for 0.6 (22)? Or are those intended to be move to 0.7+?
> Unrelated, but IMO much more important is the yet unscheduled AIRAVATA-396.
> Its depending on AIRAVATA-406 which is scheduled for 1.0, but maybe that shoud be regarded
as kind of unscheduled too?
> I do think this issue however is rather important, even if not a functional one, so would
suggest bumping its priority.
> Kind regards, Ate
> On 01/09/2013 03:21 PM, Suresh Marru wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Glad to see lots of activity and testing going on. Can we wrap the release? I think
we are in a  good shape and we can probably do one RC and a testing marathon and see how it
looks. Saminda as you volunteered as a RM of this release, will you be able to follow the
instructions on [1] and steer the release?. Please add a [TESTING] prefix to the RC email
so it will be easy to manage and pay attention.
>> Cheers,
>> Suresh
>> [1] -
>> On Nov 7, 2012, at 2:37 PM, Saminda Wijeratne <> wrote:
>>> Main features targeted for 0.6 release so far,
>>> 1. Registry Rest Service API
>>> The Registry Service API will be the same as Registry API in Airavata 0.5.
>>> It will have JSON support to handle the complex objects.
>>> 2. Security framework for Airavata web services
>>> This is the first introduction of a security framework for working with
>>> Airavata system. For 0.6 we will have this security framework applied to
>>> the Registry Rest service. Currently supporting authentication mechanisms
>>> based on above framework are the following,
>>>   - Basic Authentication [shipped as the default configuration with h2
>>>   back-end]
>>>   - Session Authentication
>>> Comments, suggestions, additions are welcome....
>>> Regards,
>>> Saminda

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