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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "January2010" by LeifHedstrom
Date Tue, 12 Jan 2010 00:19:52 GMT
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The "January2010" page has been changed by LeifHedstrom.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/January2010?action=diff&rev1=22&rev2=23

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   * 2009-11-11 Paul Querna joins the project as a new committer.
   * 2009-10-29 Source code migration to Apache Subversion completed.
  
- Significant code contributions has been made since the code was initially released, including
64-bit support, IPv6 and ports to most popular Linux distributions. Work is actively done
on ports for Solaris, FreeBSD and MacOSX. A development branch is made for new large code
changes (very exciting stuff), and we're keeping our trunk as stable as possible (bug fixes
primarily) in preparation for code freeze and our first Apache release. The plan is to release
Apache Traffic Server v2.0 in Q1 2010. Three new, non-Yahoo committers have been added since
incubation, further increasing the projects diversity. The number of RAT reports / issues
has been reduced significantly, and we expect to have them all covered this month.
+ Significant code contributions has been made since the code was initially released, including
64-bit support, IPv6 and ports to most popular Linux distributions. Work is actively done
on ports for Solaris, FreeBSD and MacOSX. A development branch is made for new large code
changes, there are already some very exciting additions, including dramatic cache improvements.
We're keeping our trunk as stable as possible (bug fixes primarily) in preparation for code
freeze and our first Apache release. The plan is to release Apache Traffic Server v2.0 in
Q1 2010. Three new, non-Yahoo committers have been added since incubation, further increasing
the projects diversity. The number of RAT reports / issues has been reduced significantly,
and we expect to have them all covered this month.
  
  A joint Hackathon with the HTTPD crowd is planned for January 25-26. Some details at http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/HTTPD+TS+Hackathon.
  

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