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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Trivial Update of "OpenmeetingsProposal" by SebastianWagner
Date Thu, 03 Nov 2011 12:25:13 GMT
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The "OpenmeetingsProposal" page has been changed by SebastianWagner:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/OpenmeetingsProposal?action=diff&rev1=39&rev2=40

Comment:
fix and clean up text

  
  == Known Risks ==
  === Orphaned Projects ===
- Openmeetings project has developed a sufficient functionality to be a popular solution for
a small businesses. The number of site visits of the googlecode project website increased
to 50.000 in October 2011 which is a good sign of people interest. We believe that visitors
convert to users, and users convert to developers in some standard rate.
+ Openmeetings project has developed a sufficient functionality to be a popular solution for
a small businesses. The number of site visits of the googlecode project website increased
to 50.000 in October 2011 which is a good sign of people interest. The overall statistics
for the last 4 years shows around 4 mio pageviews (google-analytics graphic:http://wagner-sebastian.com/_log/website.png).
 We believe that visitors convert to users, and users convert to developers in some standard
rate.
- 
- The overall statistics oer the last 4 years have around 4 mio pageview according to the
google-analytics graphic:
- 
- http://wagner-sebastian.com/_log/website.png
  
  === Inexperience With Open Source ===
- Two committers have GSoC experience. One committer is an Apache committer. The project exists
since 07/2008 already as an open source project hosted at GoogleCode http://code.google.com/p/openmeetings
+ Two committers have GSoC experience. One committer is an Apache committer. The project exists
since 07/2008 already as an open source project hosted at !GoogleCode http://code.google.com/p/openmeetings
  
  === Reliance On Salaried Developers ===
  Telecom Express pays to Rodion for working on Openmeetings. Other contributors from that
company work for the project in their spare time.
  
  === Relationships with Other Apache Products ===
+ Web application part of Openmeetings runs under Apache Tomcat. It uses Apache Commons and
Apache Velocity. Red5 server uses a lot of Apache components, including Apache Mina. !OpenMeetings
itself uses Apache Axis2 for the SOAP / REST API. !OpenMeetings was reworked to use Apache
OpenJPA instead of Hibernate. Since revision 4000 (version 1.8) all dependencies to Hibernate
have been removed from the source.
- Web application part of Openmeetings runs under Apache Tomcat. It uses Apache Commons and
Apache Velocity. Red5 server uses a lot of Apache components, including Apache Mina. OpenMeetings
itself uses Apache Axis2 for the SOAP / REST API.
- 
- OpenMeetings is reworked to use Apache OpenJPA instead of Hibernate. Since revision 4000
all dependencies to Hibernate have been removed from the source.
  
  === A Excessive Fascination with the Apache Brand ===
  The Apache Foundation is the home of vendor neutral and industry standard software. By joining
the Foundation we will apply Apache's Release and Licensing Standards to our product. Doing
that we will improve our release processes, quality standards and it should give a planning
reliability to our end users. But our main motivation is that our project is about collaboration,
communication and enabling people to easily interact with each other. We think that the "Apache
Way" of community driven software development with flat hierarchy and transparency in decision
and design will reflect best those core activities of our software.

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