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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "January2007" by snoopdave
Date Thu, 18 Jan 2007 03:25:15 GMT
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  We will also be pushing forward official JMS compliance certification for both brokers.
  Would like to create a release of the full code set.
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+ === Roller ===
+ We've been very busy with new feature development for Roller, but we
+ have also spent time preparing Roller for graduation and now that
+ we've got an Apache web and wiki presence, two of the last items on
+ our checklist, we feel that we're just about ready to call for a vote.
+ More about that later. For now, here's some status on our
+ accomplishments since our last report in July 2006:
+ '''Roller 3.0 released'''. We detailed the new features of Roller 3.0 in
+ the last report. They include a completely new rendering system with a
+ new URL structure, new template models/macros, better multi-language
+ blog support and a new blog-based front page. We released Roller 3.0
+ on November 7, 2006.
+ '''Roller 3.1 development'''. Following Roller 3.0, we developed another
+ major new release of Roller. The major new features are full-support
+ for weblog tagging, a better rich-text editor based on Xinha,
+ full-preview and bulk-delete of comments. We've made three release
+ candidate releases and with RC3 we're just about ready to make the
+ final release.
+ '''Established Roller web presence at'''. We have now
+ established a web site for Roller at Keeping with our
+ community traditions, this site will be a simple front-page that links
+ into a wiki where actual content will be created and updated.
+ '''Established Roller wiki space at'''. We have also started to
+ migrate wiki content from the old Roller wiki to the new wiki site at
+ We chose Confluence because we want the wiki to serve as a
+ tightly controlled content management system (similar  to the way we
+ were using JSPWiki before).
+ We have '''almost completed a JPA implementation of Roller back-end'''.
+ The new implementation is passing about 95% of  the back-end unit
+ tests and we are actively working on getting it ready to test and
+ compare against our current Hibernate implementation.
+ As part of our '''community building efforts''' we presented talk on
+ Roller at ApacheCon US 2006 and have submitted multiple Roller-related
+ proposals to ApacheCon EU and JavaOne 2007.
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