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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Httpcomponents Wiki] Update of "BoardReportDraft" by OlegKalnichevski
Date Mon, 14 Jun 2010 20:45:37 GMT
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The "BoardReportDraft" page has been changed by OlegKalnichevski.
http://wiki.apache.org/HttpComponents/BoardReportDraft?action=diff&rev1=1&rev2=2

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  == Status ==
  
- The project stays quite active. However, the actual project composition can be seen as
+   Overall the project remains very active. However, the actual project composition can be
seen as suboptimal. 
- suboptimal. The number of active committers remains low.  
+   The number of active committers is quite low.  
  
  == Releases ==
  
@@ -17, +17 @@

  
  == Community ==
  
+   Both HttpCore and HttpClient have an active and diverse user community. Just recently
there has been a number of 
+   significant code contributions by community members. For example, an entire HTTP caching
module has been recently 
+   contributed to the project by a group of external contributors. At the same time only
a few committers actively 
+   participate in a day to day management of the project and code development.
+ 
  == Development ==
  
    HttpCore 4.1 is progressing well toward its target. The final 4.1 release can be expected
within next 6 months. 
    HttpClient is also being actively developed. There is a good number of external contributors
providing valuable 
-   feedback and significant code contributions. A number of new features has been introduced.
However,
-   the 4.1 API may still require more work and polish. HttpClient 4.1 is expected to enter
BETA development phase
-   sometime this year or early next year.
+   feedback and significant code contributions on a regular basis. Several frequently asked
for features have been 
+   added to HttpClient. The 4.1 API is still considered experimental and will require more
work to finalise. 
+   HttpClient 4.1 is expected to enter BETA development phase sometime this year or early
next year.
  

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