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Subject [Harmony Wiki] Update of "Board200806" by TimEllison
Date Fri, 13 Jun 2008 15:37:08 GMT
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The following page has been changed by TimEllison:
http://wiki.apache.org/harmony/Board200806

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  Summary
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- TBD
+ Harmony continues to make good progress in the Java 5 SE code stream, and has accepted a
contribution in the area of Java ME.  There have been a number of new committers and PMCers
elected recently.  The lack of a JCK continues to be an issue for Harmony.
  
  Development & Releases
  ======================
@@ -20, +20 @@

   * improved VM threading design
   * support for full hardware addressability on 64 bit platforms
   * completion of the unpack200 implementation
-  * new appletviewer and unpack200 tools
   * ...and much more
  
  In addition, Harmony accepted a substantial code contribution from the authors of Microemulator.
 Microemulator is a pure Java implementation of Java ME APIs in Java SE.  With the emulator
code it becomes possible to run MIDlet (MIDP/CLDC) based applications as a standalone Java
application or as a web browser applet.
@@ -35, +34 @@

  =========
  The community continues to operate in a healthy manner, with a noticeable turnover recently
in the participants on the mailing list.
  
+ We have had constructive interactions with other Apache projects, and the Eclipse TPTP project
who are consuming the Harmony bytecode verifier code.
+ 
  The PMC appointed six new committers this period, Alexei Fedotov, Chunrong Lai, Igor Stolyarov,
Ilya Berezhniuk, Pavel Rebriy, and Xiao Xia (Sean) Qiu.  In addition, seven committers were
appointed to the PMC membership: Egor Pasko, Jimmy Lv, Mikhail Fursov, Pavel Pervov, Sian
January, Tony Wu and Vasily Zakharov.
  
  There are currently 38 committers, ~22 of whom were active this period. 

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