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Subject [Harmony Wiki] Update of "Board200909" by TimEllison
Date Wed, 16 Sep 2009 11:40:49 GMT
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Final submitted version.

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  = Board report July - September 2009 =
  
- == Summary ==
+ {{{
+ Summary
+ =======
  
- The Apache Harmony community remains healthy, and has recently released a new milestone
+ The Apache Harmony community remains healthy, and has recently released
- build. The lack of a JCK continues to be an issue for Harmony.
+ a new milestone build.  The lack of a JCK continues to be an issue for
+ Harmony.
  
- == Development and Releases ==
  
+ Development and Releases
+ ========================
- The Harmony community published Apache Harmony 5.0 Milestone 11 on August 31st.  This
- latest milestone build contains over sixty bug fixes, plus numerous enhancements across
- all modules.  Our previous release was in June 2009.
  
- There was also an attempt to publish the first Apache Harmony 6.0 stream milestone, but
- after a period of community testing we decided we were not quite ready, and to ensure
- acceptable quality the 6.0 stream milestone has been postponed until a number of issues
- are resolved. 
+ The Harmony community published Apache Harmony 5.0 Milestone 11 on
+ August 31st.  This latest milestone build contains over sixty bug fixes,
+ plus numerous enhancements across all modules.  Our previous release was
+ in June 2009.
  
- Our involvement with the Google Summer of Code programme produced mixed results.  Some
- students went through to the full term and produced useful results, others either didn't
- make it to the mid-term review, or failed at the final assessment.  
+ There was also an attempt to publish the first Apache Harmony 6.0 stream
+ milestone, but after a period of community testing we decided we were
+ not quite ready, and to ensure acceptable quality the 6.0 stream
+ milestone has been postponed until a number of technical issues are
+ resolved.
  
+ Our involvement with the Google Summer of Code programme produced mixed
+ results. Some students went through to the full term and produced useful
+ results, others either didn't make it to the mid-term review, or failed
+ at the final assessment.
- The Harmony community voted to accept two code contributions during this period. The first
- was an updated JDWP agent capable of Java 6 level functionality and debugging non-Java 
- stratum code (e.g. JSPs). The second was made up of native code modifications and 
- additions to allow wider platform portability, giving the class library natives the 
- ability to build and execute on AIX and z/OS.
  
- == Security ==
+ The Harmony community voted to accept two code contributions during this
+ period.  The first was an updated JDWP agent capable of Java 6 level
+ functionality and debugging non-Java stratum code (e.g. JSPs).  The
+ second was made up of native code modifications and additions to allow
+ wider platform portability, giving the class library natives the ability
+ to build and execute on AIX and z/OS.
+ 
+ 
+ Security
+ ========
  
  No reported security incidents this period.
  
- == Community ==
  
- There were no changes to the committership during this period.  There are currently 39
- committers, of which ~9 were active this period.
+ Community
+ =========
  
- We did some housekeeping on the PMC membership, moving 12 inactive folk to emeritus status.
- That resulted in the PMC being reduced to 11 active members.
+ There were no changes to the committership during this period. There are
+ currently 39 committers, of which ~9 were active this period.
  
+ We did some housekeeping on the PMC membership, moving 12 inactive folk
+ to emeritus status.  That resulted in the PMC being reduced to 11 active
+ members.
+ }}}
+ 

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