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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "November2009" by BenDewey
Date Fri, 27 Nov 2009 16:33:24 GMT
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The "November2009" page has been changed by BenDewey.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/November2009?action=diff&rev1=33&rev2=34

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   * Jukka Zitting: Sign-off from me too. I've been watching Pivot since the first graduation
vote attempt, and can confirm the positive development since then. +1 to a new graduation
proposal as soon as the community feels ready to do it.
  
  = Stonehenge =
- Stonehenge has been incubating since December 2008. Stonehenge a set of example applications
for Service Oriented Architecture that spans languages and platforms and demonstrates best
practices and interoperability by using currently defined W3C OASIS standard protocols. 
+ Stonehenge has been incubating since December 2008. Stonehenge a set of example applications
for Service Oriented Architecture that spans languages and platforms and demonstrates best
practices and interoperability by using currently defined W3C OASIS standard protocols.
  
  Since the last report in August, the Stonehenge project has been making progress towards,
and clarifying the scope of an M2 release with improvements to the first sample application
centered on both a unified configuration system, and a claims-based security model. As part
of the efforts towards an M2 release, a Sun Metro based implementation of the StockTrader
sample was added to the trunk.
  
  '''Community'''
  
- Since the last report, about 2 new developers have joined and actively contributed code
in the form bug fixes and new functionality, as well as documentation. Apache Stonehenge was
demonstrated at ApacheCon, and Microsoft's PDC 2009.
+ Since the last report, about 2 new developers have joined and actively contributed code
in the form bug fixes and new functionality, as well as documentation. Apache Stonehenge was
demonstrated at the [[http://www.nycdotnetdev.com/EventDetail.aspx?f=list&event=7/16/2009|NYC
.NET Developers Group]], the NYC Connected Systems User Group, ApacheCon, and [[http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/jccim/Apache-Stonehenge-demoed-at-PDC09/|Microsoft's
PDC 2009]].
  
  '''M2'''
  
- Progress has been steady towards an M2 release. There is on-going work on a claims-based
security system that adds a passive and active STS in select implementations of the StockTrader
sample application. Interoperability testing is currently underway on this new functionality.
Currently there are 19 open JIRA issues marked as M2.
+ Progress has been steady towards an M2 release. There is on-going work on a claims-based
security system that adds a passive and active STS in select implementations of the StockTrader
sample application. Interoperability testing is currently underway on this new functionality.
 As documentation is a key part to this project we've completely revampted out [[http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/STONEHENGE/Index|CWiki
site]] to accommodate future samples.  Currently there are 19 open JIRA issues marked as M2.
+ 
+ '''M3'''
+ 
+ As mentioned in the August 2009 Report M3 would consist of either adding more interoperability
features to StockTrader or implementing new sample applications.  The latter is currently
the focus, and the community is focusing on creating "micro samples" for many common WS-*
scenarios, with the goal being around creating implementations with low barriers to entry.
 Discussions are in progress about testing frameworks and scenarios of interest.
  
  '''Graduation Map'''
  
-  * Grow community around new implementations just added
+  * Grow community around new claims based stocktrader implementations just added
   * More thorough documentation that empowers developers to replicate interoperability scenarios
demonstrated
+  * Extend the community into selecting scenarios and developing micro samples
   * Demonstrate full interoperability between existing components, and release
  
  Signed off by mentor:
@@ -152, +157 @@

  Signed off by mentor: Greg Stein, Daniel Rall, Sander Striker
  
  = VCL =
- VCL has been incubating since December 2008.  VCL is a cloud computing platform for the
management of physical and virtual machines.
+ VCL has been incubating since December 2008. VCL is a cloud computing platform for the management
of physical and virtual machines.
  
  '''Community Involvement'''
  
@@ -177, +182 @@

  
   * Procedures for handling 3rd party dependencies are being worked out by the VCL community
with help from the ASF legal-discuss list
   * Major components of VCL are written in Perl and the Apache VCL release will only contain
Perl code developed by the ASF
-  * A Perl interpreter and supplemental Perl modules are required.  These are licensed under
the Artistic License, GPL, and LGPL.
+  * A Perl interpreter and supplemental Perl modules are required. These are licensed under
the Artistic License, GPL, and LGPL.
-  * Concerns were brought up by the project mentors and a question was posed to the legal-discuss
list.  The question was answered and we are working on implementing the recommendation.
+  * Concerns were brought up by the project mentors and a question was posed to the legal-discuss
list. The question was answered and we are working on implementing the recommendation.
  
  '''Project Name'''
  
@@ -194, +199 @@

  
  '''Unresolved Issues'''
  
-  * As noted in the May 2009 report \-\- questions were asked of the mentors regarding the
rules governing wiki contributions from individuals who have not signed the CLA. It is the
community's understanding that a separate wiki will be needed \-\- one for official documentation
included with releases and one containing contributions from individual who have not signed
the CLA.  A request has been made to one of the mentors who had offered to create a 2nd wiki
instance.  This has not been completed yet.
+  * As noted in the May 2009 report \-\- questions were asked of the mentors regarding the
rules governing wiki contributions from individuals who have not signed the CLA. It is the
community's understanding that a separate wiki will be needed \-\- one for official documentation
included with releases and one containing contributions from individual who have not signed
the CLA. A request has been made to one of the mentors who had offered to create a 2nd wiki
instance. This has not been completed yet.
   * A request has been made to the mentors to create a Confluence committers group that contains
the Apache VCL community members with a CLA on file
   * A request has been made to the mentors to create a Jira Committers role that contains
the Apache VCL community members with a CLA on file
-  * Some committers have lost administrative access to Jira.  The project mentors have been
asked to restore the permissions.
+  * Some committers have lost administrative access to Jira. The project mentors have been
asked to restore the permissions.
  
  '''Top Issues Before Graduation'''
  
@@ -207, +212 @@

  Signed off by mentor: Alan Cabrera, Kevan Miller
  
  = Wookie =
- Apache Wookie(Incubating) is a project to create open source software for adding widgets
to your applications.  It has been in incubation since July 2009.
+ Apache Wookie(Incubating) is a project to create open source software for adding widgets
to your applications. It has been in incubation since July 2009.
  
   * No issues currently require IPMC or Board attention
   * Source code has now been imported to Apache SVN

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