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From "Tyagi, Rahul" <rahul.ty...@bearingpoint.com>
Subject RE: Roadmap Checkpoint
Date Thu, 14 Jul 2005 16:21:38 GMT

I am working on JSR-237 and Thomas Muller did also show some interest in contributing on that.
I was planning to release it by early Q4 (I plan to invest my upto 8 hours a week), Please
let me know if this schedule would cause a problem. Whenever i am ready with implementation
I dont know process to deliver code, From different threads on this forum Obviously i can
see that i would not be committer and  dont need to be.

Thanks,

Rahul

-----Original Message-----
From: Geir Magnusson Jr. [mailto:geirm@apache.org]
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2005 7:42 AM
To: dev@geronimo.apache.org
Subject: Roadmap Checkpoint


I went through the threads on roadmap and features and tied to 
collect into one big pile, with some organization and a few that I 
thought of on the way.  Thanks to anyone that participated thus far, 
and hope more people chime in.

1) Yes, some of these are done.  (Maven plugins, XMLBeans2)

2) There may be duplicates, things may be misfiled, or there is 
probably a better categorization

3) The 'Votes' column corresponds to the P1, P2, P3 as best I could.

   1 == before 1.0
   2 == for 1.0
   3 == after 1.0

with "33" meaning I saw two P3 votes  (there wasn't much voting)

4) There are no bugs or features from JIRA here

It's up to us now to edit, reorganize, choose things to do, order, 
etc.  I just wanted to keep this going.  I'm also going to post this 
as-is to the website under roadmap with the appropriate disclaimer 
that this is the aggregated list, in process, etc.


Topic                                                                   
   Votes (1,2,3)
o - TOOLING
   - - elcipse/IDEA/netbeans plugins (J2EE code 
generation)                33
   - - G embedded in eclipse/IDEA/
netbeans                                 33
   - - JBoss->Geronimo porting tool
   - - WebSphere->Geronimo porting tool
   - - WebLogic->Geronimo porting tool
   - - Tool to generate web services WSDL (and if necessary JAX-RPC
       mappings) from Session Bean Service Endpoint Interfaces.  (Sun
       has wscompile, but I'm not sure we have a similar tool -- maybe
       we already  do.)

   - - management 
console                                                  33
   - - complete jeremy's packaging and assembly plugins
   - - Complete JSR-88 support
   - - GUI config tool for 
plans                                           2
   - - ant task for deployment (and 
documentation)                         1
   - - maven task for deployment (and 
documentation)                       1
   - - Finish the debug console - start and stop services, 
set             1
       properties and invoke via the kernel interface.
o - PERFORMANCE
   - - get standard performance suites to 
run                              23
   - - 
tune!                                                               23
   - - memory 
leaks?                                                       11
o - PROCESS AND RELEASE
   - - get machines for test matrix (RedHat, BEA, etc)
   - - committer acceptance guidelines
   - - code contribution guidelines
   - - general project guidelines (steal from HTTPD)
   - - release process (how to announce, branch, build, test, package,
       vote for release)
   - - CI plan
   - - QA test 
plan                                                        1
   - - QA 
resources                                                        1
   - - 
M4                                                                  11
   - - nightly build generation and 
maintenance                            11
   - - compatibility matrix test process
   - - Faster install routine  - current installer deploys all 
plans       3
   - - release w/ Tomcat, release w/ Jetty, release w/ 
Both?               3
   - - QA test : repeatedly deploy-undeploy non-triviial EAR (w/ 
JSP       1
       compilation...)
   - - Ship a "clean" config - no apps, extra pools, JMS 
destinations,     1
       etc
o - FEATURES
   - - 
clustering                                                          3
   - - add self-signed cert feature so each installation has a 
unique      3
       cert
   - - true hot deploy/
undeploy                                            11
   - - "dynamic deploy directory" - copy and 
pray                          11
   - - stabilize interfaces (ex. Geronimo/
OpenEJB)                         23
   - - statement of public 
API                                             1
   - - review modules to ensure make 
sense                                 13
   - - resonable way to set ports, pool sizes, 
etc                         1
   - - XMLBeans 
V2                                                         22
   - - Transaction recovery - ensure works and build UI for 
reviewing      22
       problems
   - - Pluto or portlet 
integration                                        33
   - - Implement CMP/CMR load groups, to control 
what                      2
       fields/relationships
       are loaded when a finder is executed
   - - remote deployment and 
management                                    1
   - - rolling deployment - deploy and all activate at same 
time           23
   - - JSR-88 config beans for all deployment 
descriptors                  3
   - - provide way to redeploy single JSP during 
development               1
   - - alternate Spring-based 
assembly                                     2
   - - GBeanName vs JMX ObjectName?
   - - backwards compatibility for web plans?
   - - JSR-237 WorkManager support
o - DOCUMENTATION, WEBSITE AND DEMOS
   - - get petstore 
working                                                1
   - - harvest good material from website for better 
docs                  1
   - - user 
documentation                                                  1
   - - MDB 
example                                                         1
   - - SLSB/SFSB 
example                                                   1
   - - EB 
example                                                          1
   - - JASS 
example                                                        1
   - - TX 
example                                                          1
   - - migration HOW-
TO                                                    12
   - - reference docs : list of every configuration option and what 
it     1
       does
   - - "powered by page" (geir's todo)
o - DATABASE SUPPORT
   - - Oracle, SQL Server, PostrgreSQL, MySQL, Derby, DB2, 
Sybase          1
   - - Implement more DBSyntaxFactory/EJBQLCompilerFactory 
alternatives,   1
       or list the database products that the Derby implementation
       works well for.
   - - Implement the ExceptionSorterClass for various 
products             1
   - - Ensure the Oracle XA drivers 
work                                   1
   - - Create a CMP test suite that can be run on a database product 
to    1
           ensure that everything "works"
   - - Improve security with Derby Network Server (see GERONIMO-342)
   - - allow user to configure Derby Network Server security during
       Geronimo install  (e.g. whether to allow remote connections).
o - THREADING ISSUES
   - - Coerce all use of threads into defined thread 
pools.                3
   - - Separate the pools into "short-term" (normal pooling) and
       "long-term" (consumer won't be letting this thread go but at
       least we can track it) pools
   - - Segregate for components?

--
Geir Magnusson Jr                                  +1-203-665-6437
geirm@apache.org



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