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From "Dain Sundstrom" <d...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [Results] Priorities for 1.2
Date Tue, 10 Oct 2006 04:48:11 GMT
For those that are interested, here is the raw data:

http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDEV/priorities-12-results.html

-dain

On 10/9/06, Dain Sundstrom <dain@apache.org> wrote:
> The results are in!  We had a good number of respondents, and the
> results are quite clear.  Last night I spent a few hours tallying the
> results and analyzing them.   There was a very clean ordering from the
> most popular to the least.  Additionally, the features clearly fell
> into categories.
>
> Top
> ---
> These features were easily visually separated from the others.  They
> tended to have a lot of #1 ranking and almost no low rankings.
> Additionally, these are the most clearly defined, have several people
> working on them, and are already mostly complete.  This the feature
> set that will define the 1.2 release.
>
> Full Java 5 support (really is certification on Java 5) - Dain, Jencks and Rick
> OpenJPA integration - Blevins and Jencks
> Yoko ORB support - Rick and Jencks
> Global JNDI - Dain and Jencks
>
> Some support
> ------------
> These features had a few very few 1-2 rankings, but many 3-5 rankings.
>  Additionally, the also had a a few lower half rankings.
> Additionally, "Console usability improvements" and "More server
> modularization via plugins" are improvements and not features.  I do
> not believe that anyone is working in "Console extensibility" or
> "OpenEJB 3.0 integration with @Stateless" with an eye for inclusion in
> 1.2 and these features are likely to be quite destabilizing.
> Therefor, they will not be included in the 1.2 release.
>
> Console usability improvements
> Console extensibility
> More server modularization via plugins
> OpenEJB 3.0 integration with @Stateless
>
> Little Support
> --------------
> These features had a small amount of support noted buy a single vote
> for a top 3 ranking, and normally a supporting vote for a top 5
> ranking (except CMP which only had a single #2 vote).  Therefor, I
> think these features are best demonstrated via a plugin or branch to
> gather more support before they are included in any release.
>
> More out of the box samples
> Geronimo OSGi bundle
> GShell integration
> CMP improvements
>
> No Support
> ----------
> These features had no rankings in the top half (1-7).
>
> JAF 1.1
> Jetspeed integration
>
>
> -dain.
>

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