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Subject svn commit: r1092695 - /aries/site/trunk/content/overview/boardreports/april-2011.mdtext
Date Fri, 15 Apr 2011 13:06:28 GMT
Author: hughesj
Date: Fri Apr 15 13:06:28 2011
New Revision: 1092695

April 2011 report


Modified: aries/site/trunk/content/overview/boardreports/april-2011.mdtext
--- aries/site/trunk/content/overview/boardreports/april-2011.mdtext (original)
+++ aries/site/trunk/content/overview/boardreports/april-2011.mdtext Fri Apr 15 13:06:28 2011
@@ -16,23 +16,16 @@ Notice:    Licensed to the Apache Softwa
            specific language governing permissions and limitations
            under the License.
-# March 2011 Board report
+# April 2011 Board report
 Aries delivers a set of pluggable Java components enabling an enterprise OSGi application
programming model.
-New releases
-These bug fix releases have been completed since the last board report:
-* Aries Application 0.2.1
-* Aries Blueprint 0.2.1
-* Aries Blueprint 0.3.1
-Release by bundle
-After some significant investigation and discussion, we recently concluded a vote to switch
to a release-by-bundle scheme. This is to enable us to follow the guidance set out in the
OSGi Alliance Semantic Versioning white paper. 
+Since the last board report, there have been enhancements to the 'proxy' module to which
has improved its performance by making use of the new 'Weaving Hook Service' OSGi specification
(in 4.3) as an alternative to ASM. This also removes some restrictions on final classes/methods
imposed by use the use of ASM. The 'spi-fly' module's OSGi service approach to META-INF/services
has also been updated to make use of the Weavking Hook Service gaining similar benefits.
+Some more documentation on the new release-by-bundle release process has been written. This
positions us nicely to demonstrate and make use of the OSGi Semantic Versioning scheme. Now
that the parent-0.4 module has been released, we are in a position to use it for the next
 Community update
-Largely unchanged since last month dev@ 117 subscribers, user@ 129 subscribers. The dev@
list continues to be active with less traffic on the user@ list. No new committers or PMC
+Small increase in since last month dev@ 118 subscribers, user@ 134 subscribers. There has
been a slight increase in user list traffic. The dev@ list continues to be active with less
traffic on the user@ list. No new committers or PMC members.
 There are no board level issues.
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