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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "December2009" by GavinMcDonald
Date Sun, 13 Dec 2009 22:18:16 GMT
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The "December2009" page has been changed by GavinMcDonald.
The comment on this change is: Add a note about Log4PHP release, signed off.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/December2009?action=diff&rev1=32&rev2=33

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  Your project might need to report even if it is not listed below, please check your own
reporting schedule or exceptions.
  
  Please remember to include:
+ 
   * The "incubating since" info.
   * The project's top 2 or 3 things to resolve prior to graduation.
   * A short description of what your project's software does.
@@ -15, +16 @@

  ----
  
  = Aries =
- 
  Aries will deliver a set of pluggable Java components enabling an enterprise OSGi application
programming model.
  
  Aries entered incubation on September 22, 2009.
@@ -26, +26 @@

  
  The following sub-components are actively being developed:
  
-     * Application
+  * Application
-     * Blueprint
+  * Blueprint
-     * JMX
+  * JMX
  
  There has been a lot of activity on the mailing list this month indicating a vibrant community
is being built.
  
  Top 2 or 3 things to resolve before graduation:
  
-     * Build community
+  * Build community
-     * Create a release
+  * Create a release
-     * Address project scope concerns raised during acceptance vote
+  * Address project scope concerns raised during acceptance vote
  
  Signed off by mentor: bdelacretaz, gnodet, dims, kevan
  
  = Bluesky =
- 
  (project add text here)
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = Cassandra =
- 
  Cassandra is a distributed storage system providing reliability at a massive scale. Started
incubation: 01/2009. Opened to community in 03/2009.
  
  Past action items:
  
-     * Get 0.4.0 release out. Done. (And 0.4.1, and 0.4.2)
+  * Get 0.4.0 release out. Done. (And 0.4.1, and 0.4.2)
  
  Other notable activity:
  
-     * Cassandra users survey thread including responses from Twitter, Mahalo, Ooyala, SimpleGeo,
and 20+ others: http://n2.nabble.com/Cassandra-users-survey-td4040068.html#a4040068
+  * Cassandra users survey thread including responses from Twitter, Mahalo, Ooyala, SimpleGeo,
and 20+ others: http://n2.nabble.com/Cassandra-users-survey-td4040068.html#a4040068
-     * Added Chris Goffinet and Johan Oskarsson as committers
+  * Added Chris Goffinet and Johan Oskarsson as committers
  
  Next steps:
  
-     * Get 0.5.0 release out. (Beta1 was released a couple weeks ago; Beta2 is being voted
on now.) 
+  * Get 0.5.0 release out. (Beta1 was released a couple weeks ago; Beta2 is being voted on
now.)
-     * Graduate
+  * Graduate
  
  Signed off by mentor: ant
  
  = Clerezza =
- 
  Clerezza was accepted in the incubator on November 27th, 2009.
  
  We are setting up the podling, waiting on our mailing lists, there are no issues requiring
board attention at the moment.
@@ -75, +72 @@

  Signed off by mentor: bdelacretaz (champion)
  
  = Click =
- 
  (project add text here)
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = ESME =
- 
  Enterprise Social Messaging Experiment (ESME) is a secure and highly scalable microsharing
and micromessaging platform that allows people to discover and meet one another and get controlled
access to other sources of information, all in a business process context.
  
- ESME entered the incubator in 2008-12-02. 
+ ESME entered the incubator in 2008-12-02.
  
  The following items have been performed since the last reporting period
  
   * Activity on the mailing list has increased dramatically
   * The Apache wiki is full of content and used widely
-  * We have at least 4 new contributors adding code on a daily (almost) basis. 
+  * We have at least 4 new contributors adding code on a daily (almost) basis.
   * Professional performance tests have been assisting us to find memory problems
   * Use of Apache Hudson for daily builds
   * Started defining the Jira items necessary for a first release
@@ -100, +95 @@

   * Users from various enterprises are using ESME in test installations
  
  The following items are planned for the next reporting period:
+ 
   * Work on new UI
   * Hopefully, our first release
  
  Top 2 or 3 things to resolve prior to graduation
+ 
   * Move all collaboration to the esme-dev mailing list
   * Increase community involvement in the project
-  * Multiple Apache releases 
+  * Multiple Apache releases
  
  Signed off by mentor: bdelacretaz, gianugo
  
  = Etch =
- 
  Etch was accepted into Incubator on 2 September 2008. We had our first birthday!
  
+ Etch is a cross-platform, language- and transport-independent framework for building and
consuming network services. The Etch toolset includes a network service description language,
a compiler, and binding libraries for a variety of programming languages.
- Etch is a cross-platform, language- and transport-independent framework for building and
consuming network services. The Etch
- toolset includes a network service description language, a compiler, and binding libraries
for a variety of programming languages.
  
  This last reporting period saw little activity (0 commits, 0 releases). We're finding it
hard to regain our momentum after the dissolution of our team. James and Scott are using etch
in their current projects, and Youngjin would like to pick up the c-binding. What we lack
is the organizational energy to get things moving.
  
@@ -127, +122 @@

  
  Outstanding items:
  
-    * More community.. we have been Cisco-centered with just a few nibbles outside of Cisco.
Things are definitely changing with members employed or so to be employed in different places.
Building a stronger community remains our key task. We wish we knew how.
+  * More community.. we have been Cisco-centered with just a few nibbles outside of Cisco.
Things are definitely changing with members employed or so to be employed in different places.
Building a stronger community remains our key task. We wish we knew how.
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = Hama =
- 
- Hama has been incubating since 19 May, 2008. It is a parallel matrix computational package
based on Hadoop Map/Reduce. 
+ Hama has been incubating since 19 May, 2008. It is a parallel matrix computational package
based on Hadoop Map/Reduce.
  
  Recent developments:
  
-     * We implemented BSP(Bulk Synchronous Parallel) library on top of the Hadoop.
+  * We implemented BSP(Bulk Synchronous Parallel) library on top of the Hadoop.
-     * We were re-architecting the computing engine based on BSP to solve a problem of performance
and locality of sub-blocks in distributed system.
+  * We were re-architecting the computing engine based on BSP to solve a problem of performance
and locality of sub-blocks in distributed system.
  
  Required before graduation:
  
-     * Recently, the community and patch contribution is increasing. However, we need more
committer/reviewers who are capable of proofing algorithm.
+  * Recently, the community and patch contribution is increasing. However, we need more committer/reviewers
who are capable of proofing algorithm.
-     * We need more documentation (We are preparing to submit a paper to the USENIX) and
education about linear algebra and graph algorithm.
+  * We need more documentation (We are preparing to submit a paper to the USENIX) and education
about linear algebra and graph algorithm.
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = HISE =
- 
  HISE has entered incubation on November 6, 2009. HISE provides a deployable component ready
to interpret human interactions defined in xml files, as specified in WS-Human-Task 1.0 Spec.
It also exposes a taskOperations Web Service for tasks management.
  
  HISE is still in the setup phase, although that's almost done. All initial committers now
have an account, the repository and issues manager has been setup. The only missing piece
left are mailing-lasts, for now we're using ODE's development list when necessary.
@@ -156, +149 @@

  Signed off by mentor: mriou
  
  = Kato =
- 
  Kato was accepted into the Incubator on 6 November 2008.
  
  Kato is a project to develop the Specification, Reference Implementation, and TCK for JSR
326: the JVM Post-mortem Diagnostics API
@@ -167, +159 @@

   * The JSR specification document has been accepted as an Early Draft Review and the review
period has passed.
   * The Technology Compilance Kit (TCK) has been running against the hprof and CJVMTI implementations
of the API.
  
- 
  The following is planned for next reporting period:
  
-  * Our first release of the RI, demos and TCK. 
+  * Our first release of the RI, demos and TCK.
   * The 1.0 release of the RI in concert with the Final Draft Review (FDR) of the JSR.
   * Finalization of RI and JSR.
  
- Before this project can be graduated we need to produce a usable implementation of the API
and more useful tools to encourage adoption and participation of a much needed community.

+ Before this project can be graduated we need to produce a usable implementation of the API
and more useful tools to encourage adoption and participation of a much needed community.
  
  Signed off by mentor: ant
  
  = Libcloud =
- 
  Libcloud is a unified interface into various cloud service providers, written in python.
Libcloud joined the Incubator on November 3rd, 2009. Most of our activity since joining the
incubator has been around migrating our existing code and community to the ASF.
  
   * All but one developer account has been created.
@@ -193, +183 @@

  Signed off by mentor: ant
  
  = Log4php =
- 
  Log4PHP is a logging framework similar to Log4J, but in PHP. The project entered incubation
in 2004, retired and restarted again on 2007-07-04. The project got some community feedback,
which is good, but not enough for graduation.
  
   * Christian Hammers has been elected as new Committer
-  * The Log4PHP team created 3 release candidates. We are currently voting on them and will
bring the proposed release on the incubator list soon.
+  * The Log4PHP team created 3 release candidates. We are currently voting on them and will
bring the proposed release on the incubator list soon
+  * Update 13-12-09 - Today Log4PHP made its first release since being in the Incubator for
over 4 years!! A truly great effort to get this far, well done team!
  
- Signed off by mentor: jim
+ Signed off by mentor: jim, !GavinMcDonald
  
  = OpenWebBeans =
+ !OpenWebBeans is an ASL-licensed implementation of the JSR-299: Contexts and Dependency
Injection for the Java EE platform which is defined as JSR-299.
  
- !OpenWebBeans is an ASL-licensed implementation of the JSR-299:
- Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE platform which is defined
- as JSR-299.
- 
- !OpenWebBeans entered the incubator in October 26, 2008. The following
+ !OpenWebBeans entered the incubator in October 26, 2008. The following items have been made
after the last report
- items have been made after the last report
  
   * We have passed JSR-330 TCK
   * We have increased our community
@@ -225, +211 @@

   * We will fully implement specification
   * We will work on JSR-299 TCK
  
- 
  Signed off by mentor: kevan
  
  = RAT =
- 
  A number of patches have been (belatedly) applied and elections of some contributors new
to RAT but well known to the ASF are in progress.
  
- The issue of final destination would probably be best solved by the creation of a new TLP
with a charter slightly wider than just RAT to allow the development of other similar auditing
tools useful to the Apache infrastructure. 
+ The issue of final destination would probably be best solved by the creation of a new TLP
with a charter slightly wider than just RAT to allow the development of other similar auditing
tools useful to the Apache infrastructure.
- 
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = River =
- 
  (project add text here)
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = Shindig =
- 
  (project add text here)
  
  Signed off by mentor:
@@ -275, +256 @@

  Signed off by mentor:
  
  = Subversion =
- 
  Subversion entered the Incubator on November 7, 2009.  Subversion is a version control system.
  
  Mailing lists have been migrated to ASF infrastructure.  As of Dec. 10th, the development
mailing list has fully migrated over with the old tigris.org dev@ list being shut down.  A
users@ list has been created on ASF infrastructure and is being used, but there are a number
of published references to the old tigris.org users@ address, so we are still discussing that
transition - that should be complete within the next month.  No progress has been made to
backfill archives, though some discussion has occurred.  (Backfilling of archives is not required
for graduation.)

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