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From "Mark Womack" <mwom...@apache.org>
Subject Fw: Logging Services Project Report 2005-08
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2005 04:13:02 GMT
Sorry, I cc'd the PMC list instead of the general list.

-Mark

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Womack" <mwomack@apache.org>
To: <board@apache.org>
Cc: "Logging PMC" <pmc@logging.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 9:07 AM
Subject: Logging Services Project Report 2005-08


> Logging Services report 2005-08
> -------------------------------
>
> Projects listed in alphabetical order.
>
> PMC Report
> ----------
>
> * The Logging Services PMC continues to track projects under incubation:
>  log4net, log4php.
>
> * The PMC is hoping to move all Logging Services projects to the SVN 
> repository
>  by the end of September.  A migration plan is currently under discussion.
>
> * A BoF session on Logging Services was submitted to the conference 
> committee
>  for ApacheCon US 2005.
>
> * In general, the PMC is pleased to report a high level of livelihood, 
> with
>  increased development, testing, and planning levels.  There has been
>  consistent involvement and good communication with both committers and
>  outside contributors in various aspects.
>
>
> log4cxx Report
> --------------
>
> * Progress continues towards a 0.9.8 release, as tracked by JIRA
>  issue LOGCXX-62.  Most major issues have been resolved.  The reamining
>  work involves restoring functionality that was temporarily disabled
>  while pervasive changes were made.
>
> * The log4cxx team continues to seek additional committers among current
>  contributors, and hopes to add one committer over the next month or so.
>
>
> log4j Report
> ------------
>
> * On June 23rd, log4j v1.2.11 was released.  This was primarily a 
> maintenance
>  release focused on ensuring the build process included some previously
>  missing components.
>
> * The log4j team is planning to release v1.2.12 in early September.  There
>  have already been several release candidates for this version, and good
>  feedback from testers.  This release contains one major new feature, a
>  built-in TRACE logging level, which has long been requested by users, and
>  which should allow for easier compatability with java.util.logging and
>  Jakarta Commons-Logging.  The other focus of this release, which will
>  hopefully be the final log4j 1.2 version, is to ensure compile- and
>  run-time compatability with old JDKs.
>
> * As soon as v1.2.12 is released and the SVN migration is complete,
>  the log4j team plans to accelerate work  on v1.3, a major new release.
>  Significant work remains on log4j 1.3, but the goal of a 2005 release
>  is still in sight.
>
>
> log4net Report
> --------------
>
> * The log4net project is still in incubation, but it is active.  The
>  Logging Services PMC is currently voting on a new committer,
>  Rob Grabowski (rgrabowski@apache.org), and the vote seems likely to pass.
>  This would bring the number of active committers to 4, helping meet
>  incubator exit criteria.
>
> * The log4net committers are working towards the next maintenance release
>  with a focus on code quality and improving the available end user
>  documentation.
>
>
> log4php Report
> --------------
>
> * No report submitted, will follow up with subproject.
>
>
> 



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