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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "May2012" by KevinKluge
Date Mon, 23 Apr 2012 17:08:22 GMT
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The "May2012" page has been changed by KevinKluge:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/May2012?action=diff&rev1=12&rev2=13

  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
  
    The community is very active averaging 150 dev list emails and 75 commits per month.
-   Airavata community encourages cross pollination with other apache projects and also 
+   Airavata community encourages cross pollination with other apache projects and also
-   resuses significant number of license compatible open source libraries. This has helped

+   resuses significant number of license compatible open source libraries. This has helped
    keep the focus, but delayed the releases with impasse on legal requirements. The delay
in
-   making a release had lost some developer momentum. 
+   making a release had lost some developer momentum.
-   The community is not yet significantly diverse but lately the interest is growing. The

+   The community is not yet significantly diverse but lately the interest is growing. The
    project is committed and very supportive to external users and is putting the effort on
-   increasing diversity. The PMC has discussed few potential outreach venues and have proposed

+   increasing diversity. The PMC has discussed few potential outreach venues and have proposed
-   and engaged with 8 GSoC student proposals. 
+   and engaged with 8 GSoC student proposals.
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
    No new committers or PPMC members elected in the last quarter. Three new users from the
community
-   are very active in the mailing list. Some have started to send patches and have potential
interest. 
+   are very active in the mailing list. Some have started to send patches and have potential
interest.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
-   - 0.2-incubating release candidate (skipped 0.1-incubating numbering) was significantly
improved 
+   - 0.2-incubating release candidate (skipped 0.1-incubating numbering) was significantly
improved
-    in regards to license and notice complains. The RC is put up for discussion in community
and 
+    in regards to license and notice complains. The RC is put up for discussion in community
and
-    general mailing list. 
+    general mailing list.
-   - With the delay in release, the community has branched a 0.2 release and has made significant

+   - With the delay in release, the community has branched a 0.2 release and has made significant
     progress on the trunk. Many features have been added and ready for successive couple
more releases.
    - The community has actively responded to GSoC proposals and student questions resulting
in few quality
     proposals.
@@ -99, +99 @@

  A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards
  graduation
  
-   1. The base level of infrastructure migration has begun but still has far to be finished.
At present the mailing lists exist, but wiki, project website, source repository, bug tracker,
etc still need to be brought up and migrated. 
+   1. The base level of infrastructure migration has begun but still has far to be finished.
At present the mailing lists exist, but wiki, project website, source repository, bug tracker,
etc still need to be brought up and migrated.
  
-   2. Diversity of the contributor base still needs to be expanded - this was identified
as an issue in the proposal, and remains one, though we are encouraged by a seeming uptick
(we've been in incubation for less than a week, so trends are indeed difficult to identify
at this point) in interest on the mailing lists from previously uninvolved individuals. 
+   2. Diversity of the contributor base still needs to be expanded - this was identified
as an issue in the proposal, and remains one, though we are encouraged by a seeming uptick
(we've been in incubation for less than a week, so trends are indeed difficult to identify
at this point) in interest on the mailing lists from previously uninvolved individuals.
  
-   3. 
+   3. The project needs a working process definition.  What is the review process for contributions,
recommendations for engaging before writing large amounts of code, etc.
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
  
-   No issues that we are aware of at this point. 
+   No issues that we are aware of at this point.
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
-   There has been no previous report - so nothing to report here. 
+   There has been no previous report - so nothing to report here.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
    There has been no previous report - so nothing to report here.
-   
+ 
  
  Signed off by mentor:
  
@@ -179, +179 @@

  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
  
-   The plan proposed here: http://s.apache.org/Q2z seems to be going 
+   The plan proposed here: http://s.apache.org/Q2z seems to be going
    well and we are happy with the direction the project is headed.
  
  Community progress since the last report
@@ -189, +189 @@

  Project progress since last report
  
    Looking at just mailing list activity:
-   
+ 
    sis-dev: http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/incubator-sis-dev/
      went from 9 email messages in January 2012 to 32, 74 and 39 in Feb-April 2012
  
@@ -204, +204 @@

    Mattmann volunteered to implement it, and a subsequent thread has ensued.
  
    Chris started rolling an RC for Apache SIS 0.2-incubating, but got blocked
-   on some packaging issues that Kevan Miller identified that needs to be fixed. 
+   on some packaging issues that Kevan Miller identified that needs to be fixed.
    Shouldn't be too difficult and we hope to have an IPMC VOTE on it within the next
    week or so.
  
@@ -214, +214 @@

    a quick start guide that Ross Laidlaw improved and copied from the SIS README.txt
    file. The second demonstrates how to get Apache OODT and SIS connected to dump
    spatial information out of geolocated files in Apache OODT and to search them
-   in SIS. 
+   in SIS.
  
-   Two newcomers to the community, Peter Karich, and Charith Madusanka have been 
+   Two newcomers to the community, Peter Karich, and Charith Madusanka have been
    contributing patches, issues, and working issues within SIS. Peter has been
    improving the speed of SIS's Quad Tree implementation, and Charith has been
    helping improve our demo.jsp file, our javadocs, and is now working on a GUI
    for SIS.
  
    SIS is actively being used and piloted by students of Dr. Ellis Horowitz and
-   Chris Mattmann in USC's CSCI 572: Search Engines and Information Retrieval 
+   Chris Mattmann in USC's CSCI 572: Search Engines and Information Retrieval
    class: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~csci572.
  
-   If we can add some new committers soon (which we expect), roll 0.2-incubating, 
+   If we can add some new committers soon (which we expect), roll 0.2-incubating,
-   and then potentially get an 0.3 shortly thereafter, we think SIS will be well 
+   and then potentially get an 0.3 shortly thereafter, we think SIS will be well
    on its way to graduating and its own project.
  
  Signed off by mentor: mattmann

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