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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "October2012" by JukkaZitting
Date Sat, 13 Oct 2012 15:55:18 GMT
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Comment:
Unify formatting of podling reports. Some minor comments.

  
  (incubating since August 2012)
  
- Apache Blur is a search platform capable of searching massive amounts of data in a cloud
computing environment.
+ Apache Blur is a search platform capable of searching massive amounts of
+ data in a cloud computing environment.
  
  Issues needing Board/Incubator PMC Attention:
  
-  - None.
+   - None.
  
  Key Activities:
  
-  - Git repo is just now in place - code cloned from Github and updated to latest revision
so the code cleanup (package naming, licensing, etc.) are in the works.
+   - Git repo is just now in place - code cloned from Github and updated
+     to latest revision so the code cleanup (package naming, licensing, etc.)
+     are in the works.
  
-  - We decided to add a wiki and thanks to infra@ that's now up.
+   - We decided to add a wiki and thanks to infra@ that's now up.
  
-  - Website is created and CMS-ified.
+   - Website is created and CMS-ified.
   
-  - Public Blur hack sessions/meetups are being held (Mondays) at Near Infinity with summaries
posted on dev list.
- 
+   - Public Blur hack sessions/meetups are being held (Mondays) at
+     Near Infinity with summaries posted on dev list.
  
  Community:
  
-  - Issues are being created and worked with discussions of new features and modifications
on the mail-list.
+   - Issues are being created and worked with discussions of
+     new features and modifications on the mail-list.
  
-  - Subscriptions: users@ - 19[+2]; dev@ - 21[+3]
+   - Subscriptions: users@ - 19[+2]; dev@ - 21[+3]
- 
  
  Signed-off-by: twilliams
  
@@ -105, +108 @@

  
  Over the last months we have focused on creating a first release for Celix.
  As is mentioned in the graduation plan [1] we hope that a release will create
- more community.
- We have prepared the code base and website for release and we are very close to making a
release.
+ more community. We have prepared the code base and website for release
+ and we are very close to making a release.
  
- The previous report [2] mentioned that we are working on a "Native-OSGi", which could attract
more community.
+ The previous report [2] mentioned that we are working on a "Native-OSGi",
- This discussion continued in Juli on the mailling, but got quiet after that. There will
be a talk about Native-OSGi for ApacheCon EU and EclipseCon EU and we expect that this will
create attention for Celix.
+ which could attract more community. This discussion continued in July on
+ the mailing list, but got quiet after that. There will be a talk about
+ Native-OSGi for ApacheCon EU and EclipseCon EU and we expect that this
+ will create attention for Celix.
  
- - Most important issues to address before we can graduate: 
+ Most important issues to address before we can graduate: 
+ 
- Make a first release, growing the community and attracting more committers.  
+   Make a first release, growing the community and attracting more committers.  
  
- - Any issues the Incubator PMC or ASF board need to be aware of: 
+ Any issues the Incubator PMC or ASF board need to be aware of: 
+ 
- None at this time 
+   None at this time 
  
- - How has the community developed since the last report: 
+ How has the community developed since the last report: 
- There has been a small decrease on activity on the mailing list, hopefully this is a temporary
decrease due to the holidays. We did receive patches from a contributor. 
  
+   There has been a small decrease on activity on the mailing list,
+   hopefully this is a temporary decrease due to the holidays. We did
+   receive patches from a contributor. 
+ 
- - How has the project developed since the last report: 
+ How has the project developed since the last report: 
- We are still working towards a first release. The code base has been prepared for release
and the website got some attention
+ 
+   We are still working towards a first release. The code base has been
+   prepared for release and the website got some attention based on the
- based on the shepherd's view from last report. 
+   shepherd's view from last report. 
  
  [1]: http://incubator.apache.org/celix/community/boardreports/boardreports.html#2012-04
  [2]: http://incubator.apache.org/celix/community/boardreports/boardreports.html#2012-07
- 
  
  Signed-off-by: marrs, jukka
  
@@ -140, +152 @@

  toolkit for displaying, monitoring and analyzing results to make the best
  use of the collected data.
  
+ Incubating since July, 2010.
+ 
    - Mailing lists have some activities.
    - 2 new committers since July.
    - 3 new contributors submitted patches since last report in July.
@@ -158, +172 @@

  
  How has the project developed since the last report:
  
-   More patches are received from new committer and contributors.  The new patches
+   More patches are received from new committer and contributors.
-   are better quality to polish Chukwa code base for 0.6 release.  Chukwa community
-   need to train new release manager to release Chukwa 0.6 to ensure the community
-   can continue to flourish.  The previous concern of inactive development is less 
+   The new patches are better quality to polish Chukwa code base for
+   0.6 release.  Chukwa community need to train new release manager to
+   release Chukwa 0.6 to ensure the community can continue to flourish.
+   The previous concern of inactive development is less concerning than
-   concerning than during January to July time frame.
+   during January to July time frame.
  
  Signed-off-by: cdouglas, berndf, jukka
  
@@ -172, +187 @@

  CloudStack is an IaaS (“Infrastracture as a Service”) cloud orchestration
  platform. CloudStack has been in incubation since 2012-04-16
  
- A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation
+ A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards
+ graduation
  
- 	1. Continuing to build the community and increase diversity
+   1. Continuing to build the community and increase diversity
- 	2. Shipping a release
+   2. Shipping a release
- 	3. Transfer trademark, etc. to Apache
+   3. Transfer trademark, etc. to Apache
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of?
  
- 	No issues at this time
+   No issues at this time
  
  How has the community developed since the last report?
  
- 	The project has continued to improve its diversity, adding Chip Childers, John Kinsella,
+   The project has continued to improve its diversity, adding
- 	and Wido den Hollander to the PPMC and 3 new committers since the month of August. (Mice
+   Chip Childers, John Kinsella, and Wido den Hollander to the PPMC
+   and 3 new committers since the month of August. (Mice Xia, Jason
- 	Xia, Jason Bausewein, and Joe Brockmeier.) We have also taken on a new mentor, Noah Slater.
	
+   Bausewein, and Joe Brockmeier.) We have also taken on a new mentor,
+   Noah Slater.
  
- 	Contributors and committers have been active in promoting CloudStack at events, such as

+   Contributors and committers have been active in promoting CloudStack
- 	LinuxCon, Ohio LinuxFest, PuppetConf, a get-together at Schuberg Philis, and a number of

- 	other events. 
+   at events, such as LinuxCon, Ohio LinuxFest, PuppetConf, a get-together
+   at Schuberg Philis, and a number of other events.
  
- 	The community is participation at LinuxCon EU and ApacheCon EU and a number of 
+   The community is participation at LinuxCon EU and ApacheCon EU and
- 	other events through the remainder of 2012.
+   a number of other events through the remainder of 2012.
   
- 	Citrix is acting as primary sponsor of a CloudStack Collaboration Conference for November
30 
+   Citrix is acting as primary sponsor of a CloudStack Collaboration
- 	through December 2 in Las Vegas. The conference is open to the community, and programming
+   Conference for November 30 through December 2 in Las Vegas. The
+   conference is open to the community, and programming for the event
- 	for the event will be chosen by a committee that includes members of the CloudStack community
+   will be chosen by a committee that includes members of the CloudStack
- 	outside Citrix.
+   community outside Citrix.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report?
  
- 	The pending 4.0 release has been branched. The project has made a great deal of progress

+   The pending 4.0 release has been branched. The project has made a great
- 	towards the 4.0 release, handling a number of technical issues (such as a move to Maven)
- 	and	resolving almost all known legal issues that would pose an obstacle to a release. The
+   deal of progress towards the 4.0 release, handling a number of technical
+   issues (such as a move to Maven) and resolving almost all known legal
+   issues that would pose an obstacle to a release. The sole remaining
- 	sole remaining blocker is under discussion and should be resolved shortly.
+   blocker is under discussion and should be resolved shortly.
  
-  	The Jira instance for CloudStack was stood up in early September. License checks have
been
+   The Jira instance for CloudStack was stood up in early September. License
- 	automated to ensure that we remain compliant with Apache guidelines going forward.
+   checks have been automated to ensure that we remain compliant with Apache
+   guidelines going forward.
  
  Signed-off-by: nslater, mfranklin
  
@@ -223, +244 @@

  
  There are no issues that require the Incubator PMC's or the board's attention.
  
- No new committers or PPMC members, and very low activity so far, but the OpenDDR code that
was mentioned
+ No new committers or PPMC members, and very low activity so far, but the
+ OpenDDR code that was mentioned in the incubation proposal has just been
- in the incubation proposal has just been donated, which should help motivate people to become
more active.
+ donated, which should help motivate people to become more active.
  
- The donation included a data file with had been subject to a DMCA takedown request while
hosted at Github.
+ The donation included a data file with had been subject to a DMCA takedown
- After some discussion we decided to exclude that file from the donation, as the ownership
of part of that data 
+ request while hosted at Github. After some discussion we decided to exclude
+ that file from the donation, as the ownership of part of that data is hard
- is hard to establish. Details at https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DMAP-11 which also
links to threads on 
+ to establish. Details at https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DMAP-11 which
- general@incubator.a.o.
+ also links to threads on general@incubator.a.o.
  
- The next steps are preparing that code for a first release, and discussing how to best integrate
the data that
+ The next steps are preparing that code for a first release, and discussing
- OpenDDR has been collecting themselves and as such can be contributed without problems.
+ how to best integrate the data that OpenDDR has been collecting themselves
+ and as such can be contributed without problems.
  
  Signed-off-by: bdelacretaz (mentor), jukka
  
  --------------------
  Drill
  
- Drill's goal is to build an open source clone of Dremel with appropriate extensions to foster
greater flexibility.
+ Drill's goal is to build an open source clone of Dremel with appropriate
+ extensions to foster greater flexibility.
  
  Drill has been incubating since September of 2012.
  
- Since last month, we have been working on infrastructure.  A prototype web-site is ready
and several code contributions are nearly ready to commit.
+ Since last month, we have been working on infrastructure. A prototype
+ web-site is ready and several code contributions are nearly ready to commit.
  
- Graduation is still very far away, but the community activity has been high and the mailing
list has been active.  Numerous public presentations have been made and several Drill Users'
Groups have been formed and meetings held.
+ Graduation is still very far away, but the community activity has been high
+ and the mailing list has been active.  Numerous public presentations have
+ been made and several Drill Users' Groups have been formed and meetings held.
  
- - Most important issues to address before we can graduate: 
+ Most important issues to address before we can graduate: 
  
- Get the basics in place, build up a working code base, make releases (that is, everything)

+   Get the basics in place, build up a working code base, make releases
+   (that is, everything) 
  
- - Any issues the Incubator PMC or ASF board need to be aware of: 
+ Any issues the Incubator PMC or ASF board need to be aware of: 
  
- None at this time 
+   None at this time 
  
- - How has the community developed since the last report: 
+ How has the community developed since the last report: 
  
- Several active contributors outside the current committer group have emerged.  We are working
to bind these new contributors into the community and several appear likely to become committers
over time.
+   Several active contributors outside the current committer group
+   have emerged. We are working to bind these new contributors into the
+   community and several appear likely to become committers over time.
  
- - How has the project developed since the last report: 
+ How has the project developed since the last report: 
  
- The community has begun to gel nicely and significant code contributions have moved forward.
+   The community has begun to gel nicely and significant code contributions
+   have moved forward.
  
  Signed-off-by: Ted Dunning acting for Grant Ingersoll
  
@@ -275, +307 @@

  EasyAnt. There was confusion about what would be its final place - either a TLP
  or a subproject of the Ant TLP - and the implication about the 'graduation'
  process.
+ 
  Things have been cleared with a vote: the EasyAnt project members are willing
  to join the Ant TLP. So there is no actual need for a full classical graduation
  process.
@@ -296, +329 @@

  asking questions about the use of the project.
  
  The next step for the project:
+ 
   - doing a release: it will show that the EasyAnt committers are dedicated to
     maintain it and keep it going
   - shortly after that, ask the Ant PMC again to accept EasyAnt as a subproject
@@ -312, +346 @@

  
  Still following the objective of making the first Apache release:
  
- A few JIRA issues were raised in this period due to incorrect
+ A few JIRA issues were raised in this period due to incorrect handling of
- handling of external dependencies. They have been fixed, so there 
+ external dependencies. They have been fixed, so there aren't any other
- aren't any other technical issues blocking a release. A new RC and
- a release vote has been cast in jspwiki-dev, with 10 +1 (6 from
- PPMC members). However, we don't have any IPMC vote yet, so the release
- thread was forwarded to general on Friday 26th. 
+ technical issues blocking a release. A new RC and a release vote has been
+ cast in jspwiki-dev, with 10 +1 (6 from PPMC members). However, we don't
+ have any IPMC vote yet, so the release thread was forwarded to general
+ on Friday 26th. 
  
- It's likely that we will have our first Apache release during the
+ It's likely that we will have our first Apache release during the first
- first weeks of October. 
+ weeks of October. 
  
- The main issues blocking graduation keep being the same as 
+ The main issues blocking graduation keep being the same as in the last
- in the last report: resolution acceptance, community and IPMC 
+ report: resolution acceptance, community and IPMC graduation vote, the
+ latter requiring at least one ASF release.
- graduation vote, the latter requiring at least one ASF 
- release.
  
- The developer list currently has 91 subscribers; and the
+ The developer list currently has 91 subscribers; and the user list has
- user list has 186 subscribers.
+ 186 subscribers.
  
  Signed-off-by: jukka
  IPMC comments: See paragraph on JSPWiki in the report summary.
@@ -343, +376 @@

  message stream across servers and consumers, and functionality for loading
  data into Apache Hadoop for offline, batch processing.
  
- * A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation.
+ A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards
+ graduation:
  
- None. We started a graduation discussion on our mailing list. This was 
+   None. We started a graduation discussion on our mailing list. This was 
- slightly delayed due to focus on the development of the intra-cluster
+   slightly delayed due to focus on the development of the intra-cluster
- replication feature.
+   replication feature.
  
- * Any issues that the Incubator PMC or ASF Board might wish/need to be aware of
+ Any issues that the Incubator PMC or ASF Board might wish/need to be aware of:
  
- None.
+   None.
  
- * How has the community developed since the last report
+ How has the community developed since the last report
  
- - The mailing list continues been very active with bug reports, patch 
+   The mailing list continues been very active with bug reports, patch 
    submissions, feature requests and use case discussions. [(Jul,Aug,Sep):
    kafka-users (155, 164, 126); kafka-dev (445, 532, 589)].
+ 
- - Received and reviewed several major patches especially in the 0.8 branch.
+   Received and reviewed several major patches especially in the 0.8 branch.
  
- * How has the project developed since the last report.
+ How has the project developed since the last report.
  
- - Intra-cluster replication (KAFKA-50): Development has been very steady on 
+   Intra-cluster replication (KAFKA-50): Development has been very steady on 
    this feature. (Hence the double volume of emails on kafka-dev since the
    last report.) We set up a development dashboard at
    https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/KAFKA/Kafka+replication+development
    that gives an overview of the remaining work for that release.
+ 
- - The vote for Kafka 0.7.2 is currently underway. This will be the third
+   The vote for Kafka 0.7.2 is currently underway. This will be the third
    Kafka release after its introduction to Apache incubator.
  
  Signed-off-by: cdouglas, bmargulies
@@ -389, +425 @@

  
  Progress since the last report:
  
- * Added mesos-0.9.0-incubating.jar to Maven central.
+   - Added mesos-0.9.0-incubating.jar to Maven central.
- * Improved build to include warnings and errors.
+   - Improved build to include warnings and errors.
- * Fixes related to ZooKeeper usage to deal with network partitions.
+   - Fixes related to ZooKeeper usage to deal with network partitions.
- * Committed cgroups isolation module and additional updates and fixes.
+   - Committed cgroups isolation module and additional updates and fixes.
- * Numerous updates to webui, including preliminary access to files of running frameworks.
+   - Numerous updates to webui, including preliminary access to files of
+     running frameworks.
- * Lots of reviews (https://reviews.apache.org/dashboard/?view=to-group&group=mesos).
+   - Lots of reviews (https://reviews.apache.org/dashboard/?view=to-group&group=mesos).
  
  Top priorities prior to graduation:
  
- * Continue to grow community (lots of questions on the mailing list).
+   - Continue to grow community (lots of questions on the mailing list).
- * Add more committers
+   - Add more committers
- * Establish a 6-week release cadence.
+   - Establish a 6-week release cadence.
  
  Issues for Incubator PMC or ASF Board:
  
- * Not all committers have access to Jenkins, which makes updating tests a slow bottlenecked
process.
+   Not all committers have access to Jenkins, which makes updating tests
+   a slow bottlenecked process.
  
  Signed-off-by: tomwhite, jukka
+ IPMC comments: Jenkins access granted.
  
  --------------------
  ODF Toolkit
@@ -424, +463 @@

  
  Most important issues to address:
  
-   Growing the community, especially attracting new developers.  Generally we'd be pleased
to attract 2 or 3 additional active committers, have another release, and then we think we'd
be well-positioned for graduation.
+   Growing the community, especially attracting new developers. Generally
+   we'd be pleased to attract 2 or 3 additional active committers, have
+   another release, and then we think we'd be well-positioned for graduation.
  
  Any issues that the Incubator PMC or ASF Board might wish/need to be aware of:
  
@@ -432, +473 @@

  
  How has the community developed since the last report:
  
-   - We successfully completed two GSoC projects.  However neither led to longer term engagement
with the project.
+   We successfully completed two GSoC projects. However neither led to longer
+   term engagement with the project.
  
-   - We've seen an increase in incoming patches from users, and have a new active contributors.
 One was just voted in as a Committer/PPMC member.
+   We've seen an increase in incoming patches from users, and have a new
+   active contributors.  One was just voted in as a Committer/PPMC member.
  
  How has the project developed since the last report:
  
@@ -491, +534 @@

  quickly. Hopefully this will increase visibility of the project.
  
  Items to be resolved before graduation:
+ 
-         * Generate more publicity for the project.
+   - Generate more publicity for the project.
-         * Develop members of the user community to submit feature
+   - Develop members of the user community to submit feature extensions.
-           extensions.
  
  Signed-off-by: mfranklin
  
@@ -504, +547 @@

  processor for parallel evaluation.
  It has been in incubation since 2009-07-06.
  
- VXQuery was able to maintain the increased level of activity that
+ VXQuery was able to maintain the increased level of activity that was
- was reported in the July report and made significant progress
+ reported in the July report and made significant progress towards completing
- towards completing the XQuery functionality.
+ the XQuery functionality.
  
- The remaining top issue is a release. Recently the preparations
+ The remaining top issue is a release. Recently the preparations for the
- for the first release have started and they are still ongoing.
+ first release have started and they are still ongoing. Release artifacts
- Release artifacts should be available and voted on in the next
+ should be available and voted on in the next few weeks.
- few weeks.
  
  Signed-off-by: jochen, jukka
  

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