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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <>
Subject Re: 1.2 Release - Who's next and what is it?
Date Thu, 21 Sep 2006 07:31:37 GMT
Read up on Spring's layer that lies on top of OSGi.  Good stuff.


On Sep 18, 2006, at 1:47 PM, Kevan Miller wrote:

> I've been wanting to take a look at our classloader structure for a  
> while, now. Also, OSGI seems to be popping up a bunch, lately. So,  
> with 1.1.1 TCK completed, I'm going to spend some time reading up  
> on OSGI and looking at adding OSGI support to Geronimo.
> I'm just getting started, so can't commit to any significant  
> function in time for 1.2, but we'll see...
> --kevan
> On Aug 22, 2006, at 2:09 PM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:
>> All,
>> Aaron started a thread back a ways about the 1.2 release.  I know  
>> that there has been discussion, interest and some action in  
>> getting it on the table.  At this point I'm not exactly sure what  
>> our goals are for the next step of Geronimo and when it will be done.
>> First step is defining what goes into the release and then who  
>> wants to guide the release to fruition.  I'll start the what's in  
>> it thread and I think the whose going to do it will get resolved  
>> once we finish this piece.
>> Given our past experience if we would like to hit another dot  
>> release this year then I think we have to be releasing in  
>> November.  Thanksgiving and Christmas seem to burn up the last  
>> month and a half.  So I think a release around November 15th  
>> sounds about right.
>> This means (working backwards) we'd need to have a branch by  
>> October 15th.  So, with that in mind we have a little less than 2  
>> months for development.
>> With that in mind here is the list of things I remember off the  
>> top of my head.  I'll follow this thread and put out a summary  
>> note.  I'm putting people's names next to items I remember them  
>> mentioning; I'm not assigning work :)
>> Java 5 Ready
>> JPA Integration (Open JPA / Cayenne) (I think Dain or Blevins ?)
>> Clustering support (Gianny / Jeff)
>> Pluggable JACC (Jencks)
>> Performance (Matt)
>> Lot's of other stuff I'm missing ?

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