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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "February2012" by SebastianWagner
Date Tue, 31 Jan 2012 14:21:54 GMT
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The "February2012" page has been changed by SebastianWagner:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/February2012?action=diff&rev1=18&rev2=19

  --------------------
  Openmeetings
  
-  * Openmeetings is a free browser-based software that allows you to set up instantly a conference
on the web.
+ Openmeetings provides video conferencing, instant messaging, white
+ board, collaborative document editing and other groupware tools using
+ API functions of the Red5 Streaming Server for Remoting and Streaming.
  
+ OpenMeetings entered the incubation on November 12, 2011.
-  * A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation are:
-    * Migrating infrastructure
-    * Code audit (Apache RAT is now integrated which should help us)
-    * Packaging first incubator release
  
-  * A question for PMC: Should we start a demo server on Apache, so people can benefit from
communication?
+ * A question for PMC: Should we start a demo server on Apache, so people can benefit from
communication?
  
-  * Community status: no changes.
+ Summary:
+ The project prepares some of the infrastructure, releases of the OpenMeetings plugins and
refactors the sources for a first incubator release of the OpenMeetings Application.
  
-  * How has the project developed since the last report. 
-    * Wiki establihed
-    * In the absence of wiki the team productized a lot of docs and moved them to http://incubator.apache.org/openmeetings/
 
-    * Updated license headers in source files (Red5 also started updating the headers to
APL) 
-    * Review of SIP functionality started 
+ Details:
+ The project has a number of Plugins that it releases for integration of OpenMeetings into
other platforms:
+ Moodle Plugin, SugarCRM Plugin, those Plugins have been refactored to be compatible with
Apache License and can be released now.
+ 
+ OpenMeetings project itself has replaced the Library JOD , which is part of the conversion
with OpenOffice and import of .doc/.ppt/.xls/.odp/... to whiteboard of OpenMeetings ( https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENMEETINGS-32)
. JOD library is not part of the OpenMeetings distribution anymore and users will need to
configure the path to JOD library on their installation to enable the importer. This is a
temporary solution, the Developers of JOD library will change their license to an APL compatible
as soon as Apache OpenOffice successfully releases under APL (Message from JOD Developers:
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/jodconverter/2f0bo38H59I/P_Dro3pe64QJ).
+ 
+ The UI interface has been refactored to have the possibility to configure the UI elements
(OPENMEETINGS-21 to OPENMEETINGS-25)
+ 
+ The SIP integration has been refactored and we are talking to the developers of ( http://code.google.com/p/red5phone/
) how we will handle integration between the two projects in the future.
+ 
+ The Red5 project has changed its license to APL ( http://code.google.com/p/red5/source/detail?r=4309
)
+ 
+ Plan:
+  - Calendar UI will be refactored to use REST API in the coming weeks instead of RTMP protocol,
Laszlo Calendar Component (CPL licensed) will be removed from the sources. Conversion to REST
should improve the possibility to switch to pure JavaScript UI on the long run.
+  - The integration with Apache's Continuous Build environment is a todo. The current ANT
script is not compatible with the Hudson/Jenkins build environment at ASF and needs to be
refactored ( https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENMEETINGS-2 )
+  - There are plans to add a JIRA / confluence plugin
+ 
+ Community:
+ The are still messages to the old project website, but the majority of the users have switched
to the new project website.
+ There are a number of 3th party maintained Plugins, espacially for ELearning environment
like Sakai, ILias, StudIP. Will will need to convert those docs/references to the ASF website.
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
@@ -349, +364 @@

  
  Wookie has been incubating since 17th July 2009
  
- Wookie has a small, reasonably active community, however, the majority of that activity
is focussed around one or two individuals. The main issue we would like to address before
graduation is to ensure we  have more diversity in our community. However, as it stands we
could probably graduate as we meet the minimum criteria (5 committers from 3 organisations).
We recognise that some IPMC members would suggest graduation at this point might help accelerate
community growth. We intend to discuss this within the community over the next quarter whilst
also seeking to expand our community.
+ Wookie has a small, reasonably active community, however, the majority of that activity
is focussed around one or two individuals. The main issue we would like to address before
graduation is to ensure we  have more diversity in our community. However, as it stands we
could probably graduate as we meet the minimum criteria (5 committers from 3 organisations).
We recognise that some IPMC members would suggest graduation at this point might help accelerate
community growth. We intend to discuss this within the community over the next quarter whilst
also seeking to expand our community.
  
  One strategy for this is to reach out to projects and teams already using Wookie and encourage
their developers to contribute back to the community. We know several projects (both in commercial
and academic sectors) that have been conducting R&D activity using Wookie and we want
to make sure we can bring in both contributions from these projects and also welcome their
developers into our community.
  
@@ -358, +373 @@

  In any case, we can certainly do more to promote Wookie and generate interest.
  
  Since November 2011:
-    * 0.9.1 release
+    * 0.9.1 release
-    * Received updated patch for oAuth support from community member
+    * Received updated patch for oAuth support from community member
-    * Received documentation contribution for packaging Wookie as a portable app on a
USB stick
+    * Received documentation contribution for packaging Wookie as a portable app on a USB
stick
  
  Next steps:
-    * 0.9.2 release using an improved and simplified release process
+    * 0.9.2 release using an improved and simplified release process
-    * Developer outreach activity (see above)
+    * Developer outreach activity (see above)
-    * Improve communication about Wookie
+    * Improve communication about Wookie
-    * ASF Widgets demo
+    * ASF Widgets demo
  
  Issues before graduation:
-    * build community/expand user base
+    * build community/expand user base
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  

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