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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "April2007" by RobertBurrellDonkin
Date Sun, 22 Apr 2007 20:42:09 GMT
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Took a look at the reports

  These reports are due to the Incubator PMC by '''11 April 2007'''
+ ''Incubator PMC members, please add your handle on the iPMC Reviewers: line if you have
taken the time and accept the report as presented. E.g. iPMC Reviewers: noel, wrowe.''
+ ''DO NOT modify reviewed reports, please; add further Q & A after the crux of the original
report. This makes it simpler to preserve accepted reports.''
  === CXF ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  Project name - CXF
@@ -36, +42 @@

  === FtpServer ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  Description: FtpServer is a Java based implementation of the RFC covering different aspects
of FTP.
  Since the last board report, the main activity within FtpServer has been a rather large
rewrite to create an Apache MINA based network implementation. The aim with this is to leverage
the asynchronous IO library to get better scalability. The initial performance tests shows
that this has been successful and that FtpServer now can handle significant loads. Besides
this major work, many minor issues has been closed, mostly based on feedback from users.
@@ -49, +57 @@

  === Graffito ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  Graffito is a framework for content-based applications, especially in portlet environments.
Graffito entered incubation on September 20, 2004.
  Despite recent efforts the level of activity within the Graffito project remains low. The
only part of the project that enjoys continued interest and commit activity is the JCR Mapping
component, whose transfer into a subproject of Apache Jackrabbit is being prepared.
@@ -59, +69 @@

  === Heraldry ===
+ ''iPMC Q+A:''
+  * (rdonkin) IMHO the iPMC should report the actions it has taken WRT the heraldry reboot
  === Ivy ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  Project name - Ivy
@@ -94, +109 @@

  === Lucene.Net ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  Lucene.Net has had a rough time learning the ropes of the Apache Incubator, struggling with
making releases that dot all the i's.  There are several hurdles, with a single committer
(George Aroush) using a language/platform that is not commonly used at the ASF and which has
a culture that has historically not been about open source (C# .NET).  Goerge has put forth
additional effort recently to address the concerns that the Incubator PMC mentioned, and is
on its way to a new release.
@@ -103, +120 @@

  === Qpid ===
- iPMC Reviewers: 
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  The Apache Qpid Project provides an open and interoperable, multiple language implementations
of the Advanced Messaged Queuing Protocol (AMQP) specification
@@ -148, +166 @@

  === Tika ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  Tika is a toolkit for detecting and extracting metadata and structured text content from
various documents using existing parser libraries. Tika entered incubation on March 22nd,
  The Tika project has just started. The basic infrastructure (mailing lists, subversion,
issue tracker, web site) is mostly in place; the only thing still missing is one committer
account. We expect to get started with the actual design and code work during the next few
@@ -155, +175 @@

  === TripleSoup ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  TripleSoup will be an RDF store, tooling to work with that database, and a REST web interface
to talk to that database using SPARQL, implemented as an apache webserver module. TripleSoup
entered incubation on February 5, 2007.
@@ -168, +190 @@

  === UIMA ===
+ ''iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin''
  UIMA is a component framework for the analysis of unstructured content
  such as text, audio and video.  UIMA entered incubation on October 3, 2006.
@@ -180, +204 @@

  Items to complete before graduation:
    * Attract new committers
    * Traffic on the uima-user list has started to pick up since our release.  We hope to
be able to eventually attract some Apache UIMA users to become committers.

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