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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "May2010" by ThorstenScherler
Date Wed, 12 May 2010 08:42:20 GMT
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The "May2010" page has been changed by ThorstenScherler.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/May2010?action=diff&rev1=27&rev2=28

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  Apache Bean Validation will deliver an implementation of the JSR303 Bean Validation 1.0
specification.  BVAL entered incubation on March 1, 2010.
  
  === A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation
===
+ First release of artifacts. Grow the community and committer base.
- First release of artifacts.
- Grow the community and committer base.
  
  === Any issues that the Incubator PMC or ASF Board might wish/need to be aware of ===
  None at this time.
  
  === How has the community developed since the last report ===
+ The community has been focused on resolving TCK failures, with lots of help coming from
contributor Carlos Vara. Apache OpenJPA trunk is now using our artifacts as their default
provider for Bean Validation testing. Two other projects (one at the ASF) have mentioned they
are using our artifacts instead of Hibernate.
- The community has been focused on resolving TCK failures, with lots of help coming from
contributor Carlos Vara.
- Apache OpenJPA trunk is now using our artifacts as their default provider for Bean Validation
testing.
- Two other projects (one at the ASF) have mentioned they are using our artifacts instead
of Hibernate.
  
  === How has the project developed since the last report ===
+ Confluence is setup as our website and has been fully populated. SNAPSHOT artifacts are
being published to repository.apache.org. TCK testing is being run by 3 or 4 committers and
contributors.
- Confluence is setup as our website and has been fully populated.
- SNAPSHOT artifacts are being published to repository.apache.org.
- TCK testing is being run by 3 or 4 committers and contributors.
- 
  
  Signed off by mentor: kevan
  
@@ -42, +36 @@

  BlueSky has been incubating since 01-12-2008. It is an e-learning solution designed to help
solve the disparity in availability of qualified education between well-developed cities and
poorer regions of China.
  
  We are still waiting for Bill to check the completeness of the release candidate. Things
we've done recently:
+ 
   * Coding to optimize DTU structure, still under going;
   * Testing IPv6 and satellite module;
+ 
  One thing left to the first release:
+ 
   * cast release vote in general list.
  
   * Improved typerendering with regex-pattern and renderlets for literal types
@@ -53, +50 @@

   * Manuel Innerhofer participated in the IKS FISE hackathon (http://wiki.iks-project.eu/index.php/FISE),
Clerezza modules are used in FISE.
  
  Next steps:
+ 
   * Enhance UIMA integration
   * Integration with Tika
  
  Top 2/3 Issues before graduation:
+ 
   * Improve our website with tutorials and "getting started" content.
   * Prepare some easy-to-run demos to get people interested in Clerezza.
   * Prepare for a first release
  
  Signed off by mentor: bdelacretaz (champion)
  
+ = Droids =
+ Droids is an Incubator project arrived from Apache Labs. Droids entered incubation on October,
2008.
+ 
+ It's an intelligent standalone robot framework that allows one to create and extend existing
web robots.
+ 
+ What we've completed in the last months:
+ 
+  * new elected committers: Bertil Chapuis and Richard Frovarp;
+  * the community has organized a community day to fix nearly all open tickets with patch
+  * release preparation are under going
+ 
+ Issues before graduation :
+ 
+  * Do a release
+  * IP clearance
+ 
+ Signed off by mentor:
+ 
+ 
  = Libcloud =
  Libcloud is a unified interface into various cloud service providers, written in python.
Libcloud joined the Incubator on November 3rd, 2009.
  
  We're on the cusp of pushing 0.3.2 out the door, with our last release 0.3.1 on 10 May 2010.
  
  Over the past few months we have:
+ 
   * Added driver support for new providers: Dreamhost, Eucalyptus, Enomaly ECP, IBM Developer
Cloud, and !SoftLayer
   * Improved multi-threaded handling in Rackspace and !RimuHosting
   * Created deployment and bootstrap API
@@ -188, +207 @@

  Signed off by mentor: kevan
  
  = Wookie =
- 
  No issues currently require IPMC or Board attention
  
  Notable activities:
@@ -196, +214 @@

   * Voted raido in as a committer
   * Core W3C Widget parser has been split off into a standalone library for use in other
applications
   * Implemented a connector framework to support developers building plugins to add Wookie
support to their applications. Versions created for Java, C#, Python and PHP
-  * Implemented the W3C Widgets Access Request Policy  candidate recommendation: see http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets-access/

+  * Implemented the W3C Widgets Access Request Policy  candidate recommendation: see http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets-access/
   * Work progressing on implementing the W3C Widget Updates draft specification: see http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets-updates/
   * JIRA Activity continues to grow
   * Interest from Android community in porting the Wookie parser library

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