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From Kresten Krab Thorup <>
Subject Re: Poll...1.0 for Apache Con - Feature request
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2005 08:44:19 GMT
Hi there.

Integration with the CORBA stuff would indeed take several weeks; and  
then after that we need to grind it through the TCK.  So I don't  
think we can finish all this before the proposed cut-off 3 weeks from  

I've been down with pneumonia for the last 3+ weeks, so things have  
been at a standstill here with regards to new development.  Today is  
my first day back to work, and I'm preparing for OSCON in Amsterdam  
tomorrow.  I'm looking forward to meet some of you!

Kresten Krab Thorup

"We do not inherit the Earth from our parents, we borrow it from our  
children." Saint Exupery

On Oct 14, 2005, at 4:34 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:

> Trifork has been silent for a few weeks.  I think at this point the  
> integration work would require several weeks but I'm probably not  
> the best person to estimate the time.
> Perhaps the Trifork folks can comment.   Anyone ?
> Bruce Snyder wrote:
>> On 10/13/05, Matt Hogstrom <> wrote:
>>> I sent an e-mail out about a week ago on what people thought  
>>> about getting
>>> Geronimo 1.0 out for Apache Con coming up in December.  I've  
>>> heard back from a
>>> few folks and the feedback has been generally positive.  There  
>>> are a lot of
>>> things we'd like to get done in terms of new feature / function  
>>> and if we wait
>>> until Geronimo is complete with all the cool stuff it will be a  
>>> while before we
>>> cut a 1.0 branch.
>>> I think it would be sweet to finish this year out by saying we  
>>> hit a 1.0 release
>>> and Apache Con seems to be a good point to make the  
>>> announcement.  So the
>>> question is what do we need to get done to say 1.0 is ready?
>>> So to kick off the discussion here we go ...
>>> I included a brief calender below of the time we have between now  
>>> and Apache Con
>>> to try and figure out how much gas there was to get things done.   
>>> I figure we
>>> have a little over 3 weeks to get our work done before we cut a  
>>> branch and start
>>> testing / verifying it.  I assumed that Thanksgiving week would  
>>> be a bust for
>>> most people so I took it out of the available time.  That leaves  
>>> about three
>>> weeks for CTS testing and resolving issues.  Thoughts on whether  
>>> this makes any
>>> sense or not?  I wrote my thoughts on what I figured was  
>>> important for us in
>>> terms of users accepting the server and using it.  Not sure how  
>>> to get these
>>> things done and I expect I'm missing a ton of things.
>>> Let the adventure begin...
>>> Feature list for 1.0
>>> Console - focus on ensuring console is functional
>>> Statement cache in TranQL - Improve JDBC performance
>>> Installer for Geronimo (allow for selection of Web Container :)
>>> Performance testing and fixes
>>> Testing for stability
>>> Usability (testing deploy of apps and customer experience)
>>> DayTrader face lift and documentation
>> What's the status of the interop/ORB stuff?
>> Bruce
>> --
>> perl -e 'print unpack("u30","D0G)U8V4\@4VYY9&5R\"F)R=6-E+G-N>61E<D 
>> \!G;6%I;\"YC;VT*"
>> );'
>> The Castor Project
>> Apache Geronimo

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