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From mreut...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1861025 - /jackrabbit/site/trunk/src/site/markdown/status/board-report-2019-06.md
Date Tue, 11 Jun 2019 11:31:46 GMT
Author: mreutegg
Date: Tue Jun 11 11:31:46 2019
New Revision: 1861025

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Apache Jackrabbit Board Report June 2019 (draft)


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+   Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
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+   The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
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+Apache Jackrabbit: Board Report June 2019 (DRAFT)
+## Description: 
+The Apache Jackrabbit™ content repository is a fully conforming
+implementation of the Content Repository for Java™ Technology API
+(JCR, specified in JSR 170 and 283). The Jackrabbit content 
+repository is stable, largely feature complete and actively being
+Jackrabbit Oak is an effort to implement a scalable and performant 
+hierarchical content repository as a modern successor to the Apache
+Jackrabbit content repository. It is targeted for use as the 
+foundation of modern world-class web sites and other demanding  
+content applications. In contrast to its predecessor, Oak does not 
+implement all optional features from the JSR specifications and it 
+is not a reference implementation. 
+## Issues: 
+There are no issues requiring board attention at this time   
+## Activity: 
+Apache Jackrabbit Oak receives most attention nowadays. All 
+maintenance branches and the unstable development branch are 
+continuously seeing moderate to high activity.
+We made our 7th feature release of Jackrabbit Oak (1.14) in June. 
+Apache Jackrabbit itself is mostly in maintenance mode with most of 
+the work going into bug fixing and tooling. New features are mainly
+driven by dependencies from Jackrabbit Oak.
+We changed the release strategy for Jackrabbit Oak. The aim is to reduce
+the number of maintained branches in the long run and deliver new features
+to users more frequently. Feature releases are now planned roughly ever
+two months. See https://s.apache.org/9SYQ on oak-dev for details.
+A hackathon was held in Basel this quarter (https://s.apache.org/LRn6).
+Various topics were discussed during the hackathon, including the
+planned Apache MoinMoin Wiki decommission, making it easier for
+developers to run proposed changes through a CI/CD pipeline and a
+prototype for asynchronous commits.
+As part of the hackathon the Apache Jackrabbit MoinMoin Wiki was archived
+(https://s.apache.org/7rDN) and the project will no longer use a Wiki
+## Health report: 
+The project is healthy with a continuous stream of traffic on all 
+mailing lists reflecting the activity of the respective component. 
+There is a wide range of topics being discussed on the dev and user
+lists as well as on the various JIRA issues. 
+Commit activity is moderate to high mirroring the activity on the 
+JIRA issues and the desire of the individual contributors to bring
+features and improvements in for the next Jackrabbit Oak release.
+## PMC changes: 
+ - Currently 52 PMC members. 
+ - No new PMC members added in the last 3 months 
+ - Last PMC addition was Woonsan Ko on Tue Sep 25 2018
+ - The PMC elected Marcel Reutegger as the new chair effective April 17th.
+## Committer base changes: 
+ - Currently 52 committers. 
+ - No new committers added in the last 3 months 
+ - Last committer addition was Woonsan Ko at Tue Sep 25 2018 
+## Releases: 
+ - jackrabbit-2.14.7 was released on Tue Jun 04 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-2.16.4 was released on Wed May 01 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-2.18.1 was released on Fri Apr 12 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-2.18.2 was released on Thu May 23 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-2.19.2 was released on Fri Apr 05 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-2.19.3 was released on Mon May 06 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-oak-1.10.2 was released on Mon Mar 18 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-oak-1.12.0 was released on Tue Apr 09 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-oak-1.14.0 was released on Wed Jun 05 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-oak-1.6.17 was released on Mon Apr 08 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-oak-1.8.13 was released on Mon May 06 2019 
+ - jackrabbit-filevault-3.2.8 was released on Fri Mar 22 2019 
+## JIRA activity: 
+ - 301 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months 
+ - 270 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months 
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