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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "November2011" by SureshMarru
Date Fri, 11 Nov 2011 22:27:16 GMT
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The "November2011" page has been changed by SureshMarru:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/November2011?action=diff&rev1=13&rev2=14

Comment:
adding details for airavata

  
  A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation
  
-    1. Update web service implementations from XSUL to Axis2. Update security libraries and
simplify the build process and provide sample use cases.
-    2. Package, document and release at least one Apache Incubator release.
+    1. The barrier of entry in contributing to Airavata seems to be hight. The code, documentation
and JIRA issues have to be efficiently organized and managed to appeal to wider developer
community.
+    2. Test coverage of the code has to be increased significantly.
     3. Develop a strong community with organizational diversity and well aligned with existing
ASF projects as outlined here: http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/AiravataProposal#Alignment
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
@@ -43, +43 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
- Saminda Wijeratne, Heshan Suriyarachchi and Patanachai Tangchaisin were VOTEd in as committers
and PPMC members on the project.
+ Patanachai Tangchaisin, Heshan Suriyarachchi and Saminda Wijeratne were VOTEd in as committers
and PPMC members on the project.
- Chris, Suresh, and Marlon met at ApacheCon NA and had a great time! Suresh's Fast Feather
talk went great.
+ Chris, Ross, Ate, Suresh, Marlon, Raminder met at ApacheCon NA and had a great time! Suresh's
Fast Feather talk introducing Airavata went great.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
+ * Community is efficient being engaged through maling list and JIRA.
+ * The code is significantly improved with proper modular organization and packaging since
entering incubation.
+ * Documentation and website have also been improved.
+ * All data base required components are integrated with Derby.
+ * The XRegistry component is deprecated in favor of synergizing with other Apache repository
projects like Jack Rabbit through the JCR API.
+ * Jenkins continuos integration and sonar code analysis dashboard are setup and actively
used by the community.
- The project is preparing its initial 0.1-incubating releasing, currently VOTE'ing on the
2nd release candidate.
+ * The project is preparing its initial 0.1-incubating release, currently VOTE'ing on the
2nd release candidate.
- 
  
  Signed off by mentor: mattmann
  
@@ -93, +98 @@

  
  Any23 was voted into the Incubator by the IPMC on October 1, 2011.
  
- All infrastructure has been moved over to Apache. Michele Mostarda posted a suggested set
of issues to solve in 
+ All infrastructure has been moved over to Apache. Michele Mostarda posted a suggested set
of issues to solve in
  the 0.7.0 release work in trunk.
  
  Signed off by mentor: tommaso, mattmann, pramirez
@@ -318, +323 @@

  * Numerous Apache VCL community members have gained enough knowledge and are actively answering
questions on the mailing lists.
  * Questions have been posted to the lists related to several new installations from around
the world.
  * Development issues are being discussed with participants from many different organizations.
-  
+ 
  Code Contributions
  * Support for IBM Power7 hardware was discussed on the development list.  Code and documentation
was contributed by Sunil Venkatesh of the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
  * Received a contribution from Satoshi Kobayashi of Hitachi Ltd. Japan to add Multilingualization/internationalization
of the web UI and several other improvements.
  * Received a provisioning module for VMware vCenter clusters from Aaron Coburn at Amherst
college.
  * Mark Gardner from Virginia Tech is working on adding support for IPv6.
-  
+ 
  New Committers
  * Several individuals from different institutions have expressed interest in becoming committers.
  * The main barrier encountered is obtaining university legal department approval of individual
and corporate contributor license agreements.  Current committers are working with interested
individuals to share experience and work through these issues.
-  
+ 
  Top Issues Before Graduation
  * Work with the individuals who have already contributed code to Apache VCL and have expressed
interest in becoming a committer.  Assist them with the process of submitting the license
agreement.  Complete the process by conducting a vote on the vcl-private list.
  

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