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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "April2010" by RainerDoebele
Date Thu, 15 Apr 2010 08:07:27 GMT
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The "April2010" page has been changed by RainerDoebele.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/April2010?action=diff&rev1=48&rev2=49

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   * The '''Signed off by mentor:''' is for Mentor(s) to show that the Report has been reviewed.
  
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+ 
+ 
  
  = Ace =
  Apache ACE is a software distribution framework that allows you to centrally manage and
distribute software components, configuration data and other artifacts to target systems.
ACE started incubation on April 24th 2009.
@@ -115, +117 @@

  === issues to address in the move towards graduation ===
  Empire-db is mature and seems to be used in many productive environments. The release process
has been fully implemented according to Apache conventions. User feedback is positive apart
from some complaints about the documentation.
  
- Yet our community is still small and it is questionable whether we can significantly grow
it while remaining in the incubator. So basically we think we are ready for graduation if
the Incubator PMC will allow us.
+ Yet our community is still small and we need to do more advertising in order to attract
more users. In order to attract more committers we also need to provide a roadmap that shows
were Empire-db will be going in the future.
  
  === community development since the last report ===
  During the last three months several new users have had questions or suggestions for improvement.
The requests have shown that Empire-db is being used in various different environments (OSGi,
Spring) and even together with other programming languages than Java (Scala).
@@ -157, +159 @@

  
  ReferenceManager was rewritten to use JCR UUIDs to keep references between pages.
  
- A couple of bugs were fixed and, and the unit test compliance has climbed  from 96.8  to
99.3 %.
+ A couple of bugs were fixed and, and the unit test compliance has climbed from 96.8 to 99.3
%.
  
- Of the 28 items (1 was recently added) on the graduation checklist,  19 are complete, so
in that area there has been not much progress,  with the exception of fixing junit tests..
 All open items are documentation and ASF process and infrastructure related. There still
is no 3.0.0-incubating-alpha1 release.
+ Of the 28 items (1 was recently added) on the graduation checklist, 19 are complete, so
in that area there has been not much progress, with the exception of fixing junit tests..
All open items are documentation and ASF process and infrastructure related. There still is
no 3.0.0-incubating-alpha1 release.
  
  It looks like things have slowed down the last few weeks for an unknown reason.
  
@@ -262, +264 @@

  = Tashi =
  Tashi has been incubating since September 2008.
  
- The Tashi project aims to build a software infrastructure for cloud computing  on massive
internet-scale datasets (what we call Big Data). The idea is to  build a cluster management
system that enables the Big Data that are stored in  a cluster/data center to be accessed,
shared, manipulated, and computed on by  remote users in a convenient, efficient, and safe
manner.
+ The Tashi project aims to build a software infrastructure for cloud computing on massive
internet-scale datasets (what we call Big Data). The idea is to build a cluster management
system that enables the Big Data that are stored in a cluster/data center to be accessed,
shared, manipulated, and computed on by remote users in a convenient, efficient, and safe
manner.
  
  Tashi has previously encompassed just the tools to manage virtual machines using Xen and
KVM, but is gaining the facility to hand out physical machines as well.
  
  Development activities have included fixes to conform to new python programming standards,
and a module for Zoni to assign ports on HP blade server switches.
  
- The project is still working toward building a larger user and development  community. 
Michael Ryan, an active committer on the project, has taken a new  job and is unable to actively
contribute to the project any longer. Richard Gass, who is running a Tashi production environment,
has been added as a committer. Richard introduced the Zoni physical hardware management layer
to Tashi earlier.
+ The project is still working toward building a larger user and development community. Michael
Ryan, an active committer on the project, has taken a new job and is unable to actively contribute
to the project any longer. Richard Gass, who is running a Tashi production environment, has
been added as a committer. Richard introduced the Zoni physical hardware management layer
to Tashi earlier.
  
  Items to be resolved before graduation:
  
@@ -295, +297 @@

   * 2010-02-02 Automatic sync from SVN dist repo to dist servers setup.
   * 2010-01-18 George Paul joins the Traffic Server PPMC.
  
- The graduation process is completed, and we've passed the votes in both the PPMC and the
IPMC. A resolution  proposal has been submitted to the board for the next board meeting.
+ The graduation process is completed, and we've passed the votes in both the PPMC and the
IPMC. A resolution proposal has been submitted to the board for the next board meeting.
  
  Signed off by mentor: Jean-Frederic Clere
  

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