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Subject May2006 reverted to revision 27 on Incubator Wiki
Date Wed, 19 Jan 2011 16:56:50 GMT
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- = Cocktails - How To Make Pina Coladas And Lavaflow Cocktails =
+ || {{}} || This is the [[|Apache
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- {{}}
+ This page contains monthly reports to the [[|ASF
Board of Directors]] from incubator projects that have to report this month.  You can also
see the overall quarter report for [[|1st
Quarter 2006]].
- There are many ways on how to make your '''[[|cocktails]]'''
got more flavored, there are also a lot of recipes make it more delicious on the eye of people.
Making cocktails is quit easy if you just a talent on how to make it more delicious, you may
searched it on the Internet or have some experiment in making it. Now, one of the '''cocktails'''
are Pina Coladas and Lavaflow. This two cocktails are fruity rum and pineapple juice cocktails
that are perfect for the beach or tropical-themed parties. If you have some plan on a vacation
on the beach then you think what is the best cocktails then you may choose it.
+ == ActiveMQ ==
- {{}}
+ The [[|STATUS]] file for
the project is up to date. The code is clean and using only Apache-compliant libraries, it
has the correct copyright notices and is in the org.apache.activemq namespace. We've got all
the software grants sorted and all developers have their CLAs on file and accounts created.
 The project's active mailing lists are proof of the vibrant community behind ActiveMQ.  Nathan
Mittler was voted in as committer due to his excellent work on the C++ client for ActiveMQ.
- If you haven't tried Pina Colada yet, It's just a blend of pine apple juice, rum, and coconut
cream - it couldn't get any better. In making Lavaflow '''[[|cocktails]]'''
you have to add some strawberry puree to create the appearance of a bursting and gorgeous
lava flow in your glass! There are some instruction to be followed in making '''cocktails''',
there are ingredients that is need to be prepared to complete your cocktail. For you to make
the Pina Colada and Lavaflow cocktail you need to follow how and what are you going to prepare.
You can have it by searching it trough Internet or by asking to your friends.
+ The Java code base has has being going through QA and stabilization for the past few months
and several release candidates for 4.0 have been cut.  The 4.0 final release is currently
under Vote and we expect to have a final release very shortly.  Development is starting to
gear up now for the 4.1 release and we are excited to find out where the community and committers
drive the development of the next 4.1 release.
+ The website home page has now been sorted out and is being checked into svn.  The static
HTML is being generated from a Confluence wiki and content is very easy to update now.  See:
+ == ADF Faces ==
+ Mailing lists, subversion repository, and JIRA setup was completed, along with accounts
for two new committers to the podling.  Initial code drop committed to repository, starting
to work through package name adjustments and code review.
+ == Cayenne ==
+ Initial committer accounts were created and the Jira migration was completed. Migration
of SourceForge CVS to Apache SVN was completed. New modules developed since the Incubator
proposal was submitted (namely JPA module) are switched to the new package naming: org.apache.cayenne.
The core modules still use org.objectstyle.cayenne naming.
+ == Kabuki ==
+ Working on project documentation and logistics for using toolkit hosted at Apache.
+ == Lokahi ==
+ Not much going on this month, after a fairly active month in April.  Not issues that need
the Incubator PMC or Board attention at this time.  Hoping to get more done in the next month
or two...
+ == Lucene.Net ==
+ Lucene.Net is progressing well.  Recently MSDN style documentation was added, the website
was ironed out a bit and we are on track to release Lucene.Net 1.9 by end of May.  Also, the
mailing list at ASF is now starting to see some traffic.  We are still awaiting the finalization
to add our second committer, to the project which we expect to be completed this month.
+ == Ode ==
+ Accounts have been created for almost everybody in the first round of committers. Active
discussion is underway about various subjects such as the engine core structure or the deployment
model. An IRC chat is scheduled to kick-start these issues. A couple of modules (parser and
bom) have also been voted to be imported in Ode's trunk.
+ == OFBiz ==
+  * The main issue at the moment continues to be the gathering of iCLAs.  We're making progress:
+   * Total number of contributors contacted: 104
+   * Number of contributors with iCLA already filed at ASF: 41
+   * Number of contributors that have already sent their iCLA, but still not filed at ASF:
+   * Number of contributors who have not yet sent their iCLA: 45
+   * We will begin discussing alternative strategies, such as clean-room re-implementations,
for code whose contributors have not sent in their CLAs yet.
+  * We've made some significant progress in replacing LGPL jars, mainly JOTM, the default
transaction manager of OFBiz.  We've integrated the Geronimo/Jencks transaction manager (TM)
into OFBiz, and early testing shows it's working fine.  We continue testing and gathering
feedback, and anticipate that we will be able to remove the JOTM jars soon.  At the same time,
we will be able to remove some other, less critical, LGPLed jars.  Once that's done, we plan
to move the OFBiz codebase to the Incubator SVN server
+  * A new committer has been added to the project (Jacques Le Roux): he is a longtime contributor
and is doing some interesting implementation for the POS (Point of Sale) component, so the
core group of initial committers has (succesfully) voted to grant him commit rights to the
POS component.
+ == ServiceMix ==
+ The [[|STATUS]] file for
the project is up to date. The code is clean and using only Apache-compliant libraries, it
has the correct copyright notices and is in the org.apache.servicemix namespace. We've got
all the software grants sorted and all developers have their CLAs on file and accounts created.
 The project has very active mailing lists.
+ The code base is going through a stabilization phase.  The community is actively working
on cutting Servicemix 3.0 M1 release candidates.  Hopefully once of those release candidates
will make it to a votes and pass soon.
+ The website home page has now been sorted out and is being checked into svn.  The static
HTML is being generated from a Confluence wiki and content is very easy to update now.  See:
+ == stdcxx ==
+ Stdcxx status report for the calendar quarter ending in 4/2006:
+ This is the third quarterly report for stdcxx.
+ Since the last report the  stdcxx community has added a new committer,
+ Anton Pevtsov, and with his help successfully completed the release of
+ version 4.1.3 of the project.
+ Since the relase the team  has made significant progress migrating the
+ Rogue Wave  C++ Standard  Library test harness  and test suite  to the
+ Apache  stdcxx test  driver. The  stdcxx community  also  continues to
+ increase  the visibility  of  the  project with  the  goal of  further
+ raising the  number as well  as diversity of its  users, contributors,
+ and committers.
+ The plan for the next three months is to continue to work on migrating
+ the test  suite and, in parallel,  to enhance the support  for the C++
+ Standard Library  extensions described in the Technical  Report on C++
+ Library Extensions  and recently voted  into the working paper  of the
+ (next) C++ Standard expected to be released by 2009.
+ Martin Sebor
+ == Synapse ==
+ After the M1 release in December, Synapse had a slow start to the year. However, recently
the project has restarted in full vigor with some key design improvements to make things cleaner
and easier to develop. The focus on the XML config model has been reduced with the Synapse
system being run on an object model config which can be filled using the XML config language
or directly (or from a database or whatever). We're now working towards an M2 release ASAP
to get wider feedback on the core design and architecture and if that goes well another release
by ApacheCon to get closer to the desired function for the system.
+ Community development is also making slow but steady progress. The diversity has improved
and we've recently added a new committer as well. If all goes well and if the community development
continues, Synapse should be ready for graduation soon - probably before ApacheCon. 
+ == TSIK ==
+ == Tuscany ==
+ On the Java side, Community and code development are continuing. We have added two new committers
(Ant Elder and Daniel Kulp) since the last report and have many other people active on the
mailing lists. We have been working toward a Java release which is intended to allow others
to easily contribute plugins and other functionality in order to further expand the community.
A vote on a candidate started on the development list (as of 5/18/06) and if passed we will
be asking the Incubator PMC for permission to release it.
+ After a slower start development is now also ramping up on the C++ codebase but additional
effort will be needed to attract new community members.
+ == WebWork 2 ==
+ We resolved the remaining IP issues that included LGPL Javascript dependencies, invalid
copyrights (MyCorp, Inc), and code grants for valid copyrights.  The Struts PMC then successfully
voted to accept the WebWork 2 podling and the Incubator PMC vote passed as well.  The infrastructure
and website-related graduation tasks have been completed and we are now fully graduated.
+ == Woden ==
+ Woden project members are actively engaged with the W3C Web Service Description Working
Group to define interoperability testing. Woden has now implemented the WSDL Component Model
Interchange Format which is being used to compare parser implementations. A W3C interop event
is being planned for July 5-7 at the IBM Toronto Lab. Woden project members will participate
in this event. The goal of this event is to advance the WSDL 2.0 specification beyond the
Candidate Recommendation stage.
+ == WSRP4J ==
+ == Yoko ==
+ Project just started incubation. CLAs are on file for the initial committers. A CCLA has
been received for the initial contributions of Java ORB implementation and the code has been
imported into SVN repository.  Mailing lists, subversion repository, and JIRA setup was completed.
Activity is starting on the development mailing list.
+ Currently dev team started to discuss what would be a good first milestone release and its

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