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From Michael Dürig <mdue...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Roadmap for Jackrabbit 2.x and 3.0
Date Wed, 24 Oct 2012 08:12:05 GMT

Sounds like a plan ;-) +1
Michael

On 23.10.12 15:03, Jukka Zitting wrote:
> Hi,
>
> On oak-dev@ we were just discussing about the future of Oak and how
> it'll relate to Jackrabbit in general. The emerging consensus seems to
> be that we should keep Oak as a part of Jackrabbit and have Jackrabbit
> 3.0 be based on Oak.
>
> Here's an early draft of how this could work out in terms of the
> Jackrabbit roadmap:
>
> * Jackrabbit 2.6: We target at releasing a stable Jackrabbit 2.6.0
> version sometime around the end of this year. As usual, we'll have a
> 2.6 maintenance branch for upcoming 2.6.x patch releases.
>
> * Jackrabbit 2.x: Just after branching 2.6, we'd create a separate 2.x
> development branch for future work based on the current Jackrabbit
> architecture. This branch would give us a chance to more than just bug
> fixes on the 2.x codebase for at least a few more years until everyone
> is comfortable upgrading to an Oak-based repository.
>
> * JCR 2.1 RI: The 2.x branch could also be used for developing the
> reference implementation for JSR 333 (JCR 2.1). Given current
> schedules this could become something like Jackrabbit 2.8.
>
> * Jackrabbit 3.0: Early next year, after the 2.6 and 2.x branches have
> been created, we'd replace the current trunk with an Oak-based JCR
> implementation. This "Blackrabbit" edition of Oak would come with a
> set of plugin components designed to offer as much backwards
> compatibility with existing Jackrabbit 2.x deployments as possible,
> and would ship with code that can automatically migrate or upgrade an
> existing Jackrabbit 2.x repository. The target date for Jackrabbit 3.0
> would be sometime next year, with focus on stability and backwards
> compatibility.
>
> * Jackrabbit 3.x: After Jackrabbit 3.0 is out we can continue working
> on things like performance and scalability, integrations with
> different backends and clients, and new features for future Jackrabbit
> 3.x releases. And since Jackrabbit 3.0 will be based on a fresh new
> underlying architecture from Oak, it's likely that we'll encounter a
> number of smaller issues to be fixed or improved.
>
> WDYT?
>
> [1] http://markmail.org/message/ga4mn2x2xqsvzwg6
>
> BR,
>
> Jukka Zitting
>

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