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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Trivial Update of "August2012" by JukkaZitting
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2012 18:34:06 GMT
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Comment:
Unify report formatting

  
  Remember that this is a "text" report, so no markup please.
  
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+ 
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  {{{
  TODO: Report summary
@@ -28, +30 @@

    These projects are still getting started, so no immediate progress
    towards graduation is yet expected.
  
- Not yet ready to graduate (N podlings)
+ Not yet ready to graduate (5 podlings)
  
-   IP clearance:  -
-   No release:    -
    Low activity:  Clerezza, Droids, Nuvem
    Low diversity: PhotArk, Syncope
  
    We expect the next quarterly report of projects in this category to
    include a summary of their actions and progress in solving these issues.
  
- Ready to graduate (N podlings)
+ Ready to graduate (8 podlings)
  
-   Airavata, Amber, DeltaSpike, SIS, Stanbol, Wink, Wookie
+   Airavata, Amber, DeltaSpike, Lucene.NET, SIS, Stanbol, Wink, Wookie
  
    We expect these projects to graduate within the next quarter.
  
@@ -63, +63 @@

  
    1. Airavata started to see active contributions from diverse organizations.
       Thanks to GSoC students, tutorial and outreach events conducted by dev's,
-      and growing general interest. The community would like to keep this momentum,
+      and growing general interest. The community would like to keep this
-      and encourage diverse participation and hoping to retain interest from GSoC students.
+      momentum, and encourage diverse participation and hoping to retain
+      interest from GSoC students.
  
    2. Create a clear and concise roadmap.
  
-   3. Review the architecture and document the findings and improve incumbent documentation.
+   3. Review the architecture and document the findings and improve incumbent
+      documentation.
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
  
    The community was very active this summer with large number of dev list
-   and code commit email traffic (May:Dev-220,Commit-169;June:Dev-371,Commit-366;July:Dev-271,Commit-226).
+   and code commit email traffic (May: Dev-220, Commit-169;
+   June: Dev-371, Commit-366; July: Dev-271, Commit-226).
  
-   Random community members have been proposing new use cases, and filing feature requests
in JIRA,
+   Random community members have been proposing new use cases, and filing
-   this is a very good sign. Hoping to see some of them will turn into contributors and then
commiter.
+   feature requests in JIRA, this is a very good sign. Hoping to see some
+   of them will turn into contributors and then committers.
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
    Yes. Shahani Weerawarana from University of Moratuwa, Srilanka
-   was voted in as a commiter and PPMC members based on her contributions.
+   was voted in as a committer and PPMC members based on her contributions.
    A good number of community members are actively filing JIRA's and some have
    started to contribute patches. Some of them seem to be potential commiters.
  
-   Of the 4 GSoC projects proposed on Airavata 3 students are actively developing
+   Of the 4 GSoC projects proposed on Airavata 3 students are actively
-   and interacting with community. In addition to GSoC goals, these students also are
+   developing and interacting with community. In addition to GSoC goals,
-   actively participating in technical discussions and reviewing, testing and
-   voting on releases.
+   these students also are actively participating in technical discussions
+   and reviewing, testing and voting on releases.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
-   Within the last quarter the project has made 0.3-incubating and 0.4-incubating releases.
+   Within the last quarter the project has made 0.3-incubating and
+   0.4-incubating releases.
  
  Signed-off-by: mattmann, rgardler, ate, jukka
  IPMC comments:
@@ -133, +138 @@

    anyone outside of the initial team for additional participants on the project.
  
  Signed-off-by: gstein, rgardler, jukka
- IPMC comments:
  
  --------------------
  Ambari
@@ -153, +157 @@

  A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards
  graduation
  
-  * Attract users and developers
+   - Attract users and developers
- 
-  * Start to think about a  graduation plan
+   - Start to think about a  graduation plan
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
  
@@ -163, +166 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
-   * New users / devs show up on the mailing lists both contributing patches and asking for
guidance/release
+   New users / devs show up on the mailing lists both contributing patches
+   and asking for guidance/release
  
-   * Fraunhofer AISEC decided to donate their UMA implementation based on OAuth 2.0 (http://kantarainitiative.org/confluence/display/uma/Fraunhofer+AISEC+Implementation+FAQ)
to Amber (see AMBER-57). Amber PPMCs are evaluating how to move forward.
+   Fraunhofer AISEC decided to donate their UMA implementation based on
+   OAuth 2.0 (http://kantarainitiative.org/confluence/display/uma/Fraunhofer+AISEC+Implementation+FAQ)
+   to Amber (see AMBER-57). Amber PPMCs are evaluating how to move forward.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report
  
-  * The legal issue that slowed down the project significantly has been finally solved, see
LEGAL-134
+   - The legal issue that slowed down the project significantly has been
- 
+     finally solved, see LEGAL-134
-  * Fixed a bunch of issues for aligning with latest OAuth specification
+   - Fixed a bunch of issues for aligning with latest OAuth specification
- 
-  * amber-0.22-incubating (Amber first release) has been officially approved and ready to
be used.
+   - amber-0.22-incubating (Amber first release) has been officially approved
+     and ready to be used.
  
  Signed-off-by: Raymond Feng (rfeng), mfranklin, jukka
  IPMC comments:
@@ -215, +221 @@

    Some project restructuring to facilitate releasing individual modules.
  
  Next steps:
+ 
-   Release individual modules.
+   - Release individual modules.
-   Improve docs on reusing parts of Clerezza.
+   - Improve docs on reusing parts of Clerezza.
-   Graduate.
+   - Graduate.
  
  Signed-off-by: jukka, bdelacretaz (mentor)
  IPMC comments:
@@ -240, +247 @@

  
    CloudStack has added 6 new committers in the month of July.
  
-   We had BOF and hackathon time at OSCON, which was a positive benefit for those
+   We had BOF and hackathon time at OSCON, which was a positive benefit for
-   committers who attended, particularly in being able to delve into issues around
+   those committers who attended, particularly in being able to delve into
-   incubation, branding, and licensing. Additionally two committers presented tutorials
-   at OSCON one focused on end users deploying CloudStack and the other focused on
-   developers hacking on CloudStack, both had great attendance.
+   issues around incubation, branding, and licensing. Additionally two
+   committers presented tutorials at OSCON one focused on end users deploying
+   CloudStack and the other focused on developers hacking on CloudStack, both
+   had great attendance.
  
    We have also had some offers of contribution from people at Bitergia who are
    interested in contributing the work that they have done around metrics. which
@@ -252, +260 @@

  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
-   Lots of modularization has been injected into CloudStack, which makes some of our
+   Lots of modularization has been injected into CloudStack, which makes some
-   licensing issues far less of a problem as we can merely turn the affected code off
+   of our licensing issues far less of a problem as we can merely turn the
-   by default.
+   affected code off by default.
  
    The wiki has begun migration to an ASF hosted wiki instance.
  
-   One of the CloudStack committers provided a dramatically easier way to be able to
+   One of the CloudStack committers provided a dramatically easier way to be
-   test and develop for CloudStack in the form a completely contained CloudStack
+   able to test and develop for CloudStack in the form a completely contained
-   environment that can be run as a VirtualBox VM. Much additional enhancement has been
+   CloudStack environment that can be run as a VirtualBox VM. Much additional
-   contributed to this making the process easier and easier to update.
+   enhancement has been contributed to this making the process easier and
+   easier to update.
  
-   We also saw the movement of documentation from binary .docx files to DocBook XML;
+   We also saw the movement of documentation from binary .docx files to
-   while this effort isn't complete it does permit folks to far more easily collaborate,
as
+   DocBook XML; while this effort isn't complete it does permit folks to far
-   well as providing a far better interface for l10n.
+   more easily collaborate, as well as providing a far better interface
+   for l10n.
  
  Signed-off-by: brett, jukka, jim
- IPMC comments:
  
  --------------------
  Crunch
@@ -280, +289 @@

  
  The most important steps towards graduation:
  
-  - Infrastructure setup (CMS for the Crunch website)
+   - Infrastructure setup (CMS for the Crunch website)
-  - Add new committers
+   - Add new committers
-  - Create a release
+   - Create a release
  
  Nothing that currently requires IPMC attention.
  
@@ -300, +309 @@

    how to get started with the project.
  
  Development: 
+ 
    - 29 issues were created on the Crunch JIRA in the month of July,
      23 of those were resolved.
    - All ICLAs are in place, including the one for the committer the project
@@ -309, +319 @@

      the same day.
    - crunch-dev has been active: 308 emails on the list in July.
  
- 
  Signed-off-by: jukka
- IPMC comments:
  
  --------------------
  cTAKES
@@ -349, +357 @@

  
  Development:
  
-    * We plan to migrate the entire SVN repo from SourceForge to Apache SVN.
+   - We plan to migrate the entire SVN repo from SourceForge to Apache SVN.
-      (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-5079)  Our goal is to create an initial

+     (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-5079)  Our goal is to create
-      2.6-incubating release after this is done.
+     an initial 2.6-incubating release after this is done.
+ 
-    * We have received ICLA's from  Sean Finan, Tim Miller, Dmitry Dligach, Vinod Kaggal
+   - We have received ICLA's from  Sean Finan, Tim Miller, Dmitry Dligach,
+     Vinod Kaggal
+ 
-    * We began using Apache's Infrastructure (SVN, Apache CMS, Jira, Mailing Lists)
+   - We began using Apache's Infrastructure (SVN, Apache CMS, Jira,
+     Mailing Lists)
+ 
-    * The ctakes-dev@ discussions have been very active with over 182 mails within the last
month.
+   - The ctakes-dev@ discussions have been very active with over 182 mails
+     within the last month.
  
  Signed-off-by: mattmann, jukka
- IPMC comments:
  
  --------------------
  DeltaSpike
@@ -393, +406 @@

  
    1. Create Documentation
  
- Signed-off-by: Gerhard Petracek, Mark Struberg, jim
+ Signed-off-by: Gerhard Petracek, Mark Struberg, jim, Dave Fisher
- IPMC comments: Dave Fisher: AFAIK Documentation is not a graduation requirement. I was frustrated
with the documentation because the lack makes it hard to understand the project, but that
is not a blocker. I think the project should start working on graduation soon.
- 
+ IPMC comments:
+   Dave Fisher: AFAIK Documentation is not a graduation requirement.
+                I was frustrated with the documentation because the lack makes
+                it hard to understand the project, but that is not a blocker.
+                I think the project should start working on graduation soon.
  
  --------------------
  Droids
@@ -408, +424 @@

  
  Issues before graduation :
  
-   Diversity is still an issue for the poddling. More activity
+   Diversity is still an issue for the poddling. More activity will help the
-   will help the diversity problem.
+   diversity problem.
  
-   Activity is still an issue for the poddling. The poddling has
+   Activity is still an issue for the poddling. The poddling has attempted
-   attempted to make its second release. However, it is having
+   to make its second release. However, it is having difficulty securing
-   difficulty securing the necessary votes from IPMC members.
-   The difficulty in making a release discourages activity.
+   the necessary votes from IPMC members. The difficulty in making a release
+   discourages activity.
  
-   It was discussed on general@i.a.o by IPMC members after
+   It was discussed on general@i.a.o by IPMC members after last quarter's
+   report that it might be possible to graduate into Commons. The project
+   has not approached the Commons PMC about this possibility at this time,
+   but will be explored in the next quarter.
-   last quarter's report that it might be possible to graduate
-   into Commons. The project has not approached the Commons PMC
-   about this possibility at this time, but will be explored in
-   the next quarter.
  
  Signed-off-by:  rfrovarp, mfranklin, jukka
  IPMC comments:
@@ -447, +462 @@

  
  Recent Activity:
  
-   - Voted to graduation (vote passed - we will now be sending our resolution to the board)
+   - Voted to graduation (vote passed - we will now be sending our resolution
+     to the board)
  
  Current Activities:
  
-   - Lucene 3.0.3 has taken longer to get out the door than expected - originally
+   Lucene 3.0.3 has taken longer to get out the door than expected -
-     planned for June. We are still nearly ready to release, but we have added a
+   originally planned for June. We are still nearly ready to release,
-     lot of functionality - compatibility with .NET 3.5 (which we removed for the 2.9.4
-     release). CLS compliance for usage with other .NET languages (like VB.NET). We have
-     also done a lot of cleanup work on the code base.
+   but we have added a lot of functionality - compatibility with .NET 3.5
+   (which we removed for the 2.9.4 release). CLS compliance for usage with
+   other .NET languages (like VB.NET). We have also done a lot of cleanup
+   work on the code base.
+ 
-   - Working through the graduation process and all the entails.
+   Working through the graduation process and all the entails.
  
  Long term goals:
  
-   - Have a nearly fully automated process to convert Java Lucene to C#.
+   Have a nearly fully automated process to convert Java Lucene to C#.
-     (This has been a goal, but we are discussing if this is truly the best
+   (This has been a goal, but we are discussing if this is truly the best
-     idea of the project). MAY UPDATE: We have done some more investigative work
-     on this, but not much progress was made. AUGUST UPDATE: still unfortunately little
-     progress has been made
+   idea of the project).
+   MAY UPDATE: We have done some more investigative work on this, but not
+   much progress was made.
+   AUGUST UPDATE: still unfortunately little progress has been made
  
-   - Parity with Java Lucene (4.0). Planning for an interim 3.6 release before the 4.0.
+   Parity with Java Lucene (4.0). Planning for an interim 3.6 release before
+   the 4.0.
  
-   - Have a new .NET version of Lucene utilizing .NET constructs and idioms. Much progress
+   Have a new .NET version of Lucene utilizing .NET constructs and idioms.
-     was made on this (using properties vs GetXX/SetXX).
+   Much progress was made on this (using properties vs GetXX/SetXX).
  
  Graduation thought:
  
-   We are submitting our resolution to the board, the vote has passed in our Lucene.Net community
as well as
+   We are submitting our resolution to the board, the vote has passed in
-   by the IPMC and incubator community.
+   our Lucene.Net community as well as by the IPMC and incubator community.
  
- Signed-off-by:
+ Signed-off-by: jukka
- IPMC comments:
  
  --------------------
  NPanday
@@ -692, +711 @@

  
  Community Development:
  
-   The transition of previous users-base to the new ASF infrastructure was successfully completed.
+   The transition of previous users-base to the new ASF infrastructure was
-   user@ ML activity is raising, with new users evaluating the project and asking questions:
+   successfully completed. user@ ML activity is raising, with new users
+   evaluating the project and asking questions: currently 35 subscribers,
-   currently 35 subscribers, including 4 archive / non human addresses.
+   including 4 archive / non human addresses.
  
    Two contributors were voted and reported in project site's team list page.
-   The PPMC voted a new committer and PPMC member; this candidate declined our invitation.
+   The PPMC voted a new committer and PPMC member; this candidate declined our
-   dev@ ML activity is quite consistent: currently 35 subscribers, including 4 archive /
non human
-   addresses.
+   invitation. dev@ ML activity is quite consistent: currently 35 subscribers,
+   including 4 archive / non human addresses.
  
  Project Development:
  
    Commits activity is healthy, commits@ ML activity is high.
  
-   Three releases, carried out by two distinct release managers, have been successfully completed;
+   Three releases, carried out by two distinct release managers, have been
-   the release process has been included in project website in order to facilitate new release
managers.
+   successfully completed; the release process has been included in project
+   website in order to facilitate new release managers. The path to
-   The path to 1.0.0-incubating seems to be really short now.
+   1.0.0-incubating seems to be really short now.
  
-   The community discussed and elaborated the project roadmap currently drafted at
+   The community discussed and elaborated the project roadmap currently
-   https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/SYNCOPE/Roadmap
+   drafted at https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/SYNCOPE/Roadmap
  
  Web Site/Communication Development:
  
@@ -733, +754 @@

  Apache Wink has been incubating since 2009-05-27.
  
  Development list traffic and discussions are steadily, but low. Users
- have beeng helping each other with questions and suggestions.
+ have been helping each other with questions and suggestions.
  
  Activities since last report period :
  
@@ -781, +802 @@

  
  Details:
  
- In our last report we identified a task to increase the frequency of releases to help 
+   In our last report we identified a task to increase the frequency of
- community development, and this has now been achieved.
+   releases to help community development, and this has now been achieved.
+ 
- We also indicated that we were ready to graduate from incubation.
+   We also indicated that we were ready to graduate from incubation. Since
- Since then we have held a vote on the wookie-dev list to nominate the PMC chair.
+   then we have held a vote on the wookie-dev list to nominate the PMC chair.
- Scott Wilson was the person voted as proposed chair (receiving 6 +1s, with no other votes)
+   Scott Wilson was the person voted as proposed chair (receiving 6 +1s,
- A JIRA issue has been created (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WOOKIE-348)
+   with no other votes) A JIRA issue has been created
+   (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WOOKIE-348) for the graduation
- for the graduation process, which includes references to wookies charter.
+   process, which includes references to wookies charter.
  
  Signed-off-by: Ate, rgardler, jukka
  

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