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From Michael Dürig <mdue...@apache.org>
Subject [REPORT] Jackrabbit - March 2017
Date Wed, 08 Mar 2017 12:25:16 GMT
## 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
    maintained.
    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.

    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 Oak.

    This quarter saw the 4th major release of Jackrabbit Oak (1.6).

    There is an ongoing effort to stabilise our continuous integration
    (Jenkins) infrastructure. The deployment of the Jira plug-in resulted
    in further insight and improvements. It also revealed that over 25%
    of the issues are caused by infrastructure problems rather than
    our project.

    The PMC is currently evaluating the impact of the recently published
    SHA-1 collisions on our products.

## 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 was moderate to high this quarter with a plunge around
    the Christmas break.

## PMC changes:
  - Currently 50 PMC members.
  - Andrei Dulceanu was added to the PMC on Mon Dec 19 2016

## Committer base changes:
  - Currently 50 committers.
  - Andrei Dulceanu was added as a committer on Fri Dec 16 2016

## Releases:
  - Jackrabbit-2.12.6 was released on Tue Dec 06 2016
  - Jackrabbit-2.13.5 was released on Wed Dec 07 2016
  - Jackrabbit-2.10.5 was released on Mon Jan 16 2017
  - Jackrabbit-2.12.6 was released on Tue Dec 06 2016
  - Jackrabbit-2.13.5 was released on Wed Dec 07 2016
  - Jackrabbit-2.13.6 was released on Wed Dec 14 2016
  - Jackrabbit-2.13.7 was released on Mon Dec 19 2016
  - Jackrabbit-2.14.0 was released on Tue Jan 03 2017
  - Jackrabbit-2.15.0 was released on Mon Jan 09 2017
  - Jackrabbit-2.4.7 was released on Mon Jan 30 2017
  - Jackrabbit-2.6.8 was released on Mon Feb 06 2017
  - Jackrabbit-2.8.4 was released on Mon Jan 23 2017
  - Jackrabbit-2.8.5 was released on Mon Feb 20 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.0.36 was released on Tue Jan 03 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.0.37 was released on Mon Feb 13 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.2.22 was released on Mon Dec 12 2016
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.2.23 was released on Tue Jan 10 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.4.11 was released on Mon Dec 12 2016
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.4.12 was released on Tue Jan 10 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.4.13 was released on Tue Feb 07 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.5.15 was released on Thu Dec 08 2016
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.5.16 was released on Mon Dec 19 2016
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.5.17 was released on Wed Jan 04 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.5.18 was released on Wed Jan 18 2017
  - Jackrabbit Oak-1.6.0 was released on Mon Jan 23 2017

## JIRA activity:
  - 715 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
  - 632 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

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