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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "September2012" by DanHaywood
Date Mon, 10 Sep 2012 07:28:46 GMT
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The "September2012" page has been changed by DanHaywood:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/September2012?action=diff&rev1=46&rev2=47

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  Isis
  
- (project add text here)
+ Isis is an ALv2 licensed implementation of the Naked Objects pattern. It is
+ based on contributions of the original Naked Objects Framework along with
+ a number of sister projects that were developed for the book "Domain Driven
+ Design using Naked Objects " (pragprog 2009).
+ 
+ Isis was accepted into the Incubator in 2010, September 7th.
+ 
+ Project Development
+ 
+   - Work broadly completed on integrating with JDO/DataNucleus (in favour of OpenJPA)
+   - Numerous Enhancements to Wicket viewer
+   - Internal refactoring to simplify codebase
+ 
+ Community Development
+ 
+   - Several further new correspondents on the mailing list
+   - Have had four individuals that have contributed patches this quarter
+     - this is a substantive increase from previous quarters
+     - maintaining a clone of the SVN codebase on github seems to have helped
+   - Project (which is part-funding JDO/Wicket development) continues
+     - expected to run until Dec 2012, with possible extension
+   - Publicising RestfulObjects spec (as implemented by Isis' RestfulObjects viewer)
+     - talk given at 1-day conf (DDD10), in Aug
+     - InfoQ article on Restful Objects published
+   - Talks on Isis and Restful Objects to be presented at J-Fall conf, in Oct.
+   - Talk on Isis to be presented at ApacheCon EU, in Nov.
+ 
+ Top 3 Issues to address in move towards graduation
+ 
+   - None; per previous report we want one new committer voted on prior to graduating
+   - We currently have three candidates for being new committers.  We just need to
+     do a successful vote for one of these (highly unlikely all three
+     votes would fail).
+   - We should then be in a position to vote to graduate
+ 
+ We don't believe that any of these issues requires Board attention.
+ 
+ New Releases
+ 
+   - None in this period
+   - intention is to release 0.3.1-incubating prior to next report
  
  Signed-off-by:
+ Shepherd: 
  
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  Kalumet

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