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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Camel 2.19 Roadmap
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2017 09:28:42 GMT

There is a bunch of stuff which we can/should have on the roadmap to
complete for the Camel 2.19 release.

Here is on top of my head

Finish migrating the wiki documentation to adoc files. I think its
most of the EIP patterns that are missing. There is a basic list of
EIPs here:

Generate documentation and website. Maybe documentation first and then
we come up with a modern website later - when we have a new logo as

Mark more stuff to @deprecate so we dont drag them into Camel 3.0.
This is both components / and other artifacts.
And as well the camel-core APIs where there is maybe more we can deprecate.
For example the old stuff that was created prior to the component docs
we do now with the apt plugin at build time instead of this old code
with runtime that dont really pan out anyway.

Move spring-boot starters into the platforms folder. There is a ticket
about this.

More improvements to spring boot auto configuration. We have a bunch
of tickets on that.

Look at the health check API and see if there is something we can get
started on.
Possible some API to integrate with spring boot actuators (when using
SB) and allow each component to provide their own checks so they can
be implemented ad-hoc. There is a ticket about this.

Possible some more teaks to camel-catalog based on feedback from IDEA
plugin and the maven validate goal.

That CDI JEE transaction PR on github.
Ideally we would have had a transaction API in camel-core and then one
impl for camel-spring, and then another for camel-cdi-jee. But that
may require too much work.

Work on the Java 8 DSL such as get more community feedback, and then
resolve the TODOs with the documentation updates and look into other
areas where the API can benefit from Java 8 lambdas and whatnot. I
dont think we have a ticket about this.

Karaf users may want to improve/finish up the camel-test-karaf module
so its more usable and end users can use it to test integration tests
with Camel and Karaf.

Introduce Camel Connectors (more about this later)

Anything else?

Claus Ibsen
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