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From yo...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: logging-site/docs/BoardReports board-report-2005-08.txt
Date Tue, 30 Aug 2005 15:46:27 GMT
yoavs       2005/08/30 08:46:27

  Modified:    docs/BoardReports board-report-2005-08.txt
  Log:
  Some updates...
  
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  RCS file: /home/cvs/logging-site/docs/BoardReports/board-report-2005-08.txt,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- board-report-2005-08.txt	30 Aug 2005 15:07:07 -0000	1.3
  +++ board-report-2005-08.txt	30 Aug 2005 15:46:27 -0000	1.4
  @@ -7,52 +7,65 @@
   PMC Report
   ----------
   
  -* PMC continues to track LS projects under incubation: log4net, log4php.
  +* The Logging Services PMC continues to track projects under incubation: log4net, log4php.
   
  -* Planning project-wide switch to SVN sometime during the month of September.
  +* 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.
   
  -* Submitted a LS BoF session for the upcoming ApacheCon US 2005.
  +* 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
   --------------
   
  -* A release is still long overdue, however most major issues have been
  -resolved and remaining tasks primarily involve restoring functionality 
  -that had been disabled during recent pervasive changes.  Jira issue
  -LOGCXX-62 is tracking the progress toward an 0.9.8 release.
  +* 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.
   
  -* Still tracking contributors for possible committer status.  May submit
  -candidate to LS PMC for vote during September.
  +* 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
   ------------
   
  -* Released v1.2.11 as a minor release.
  -
  -* Currently in the process of releasing v1.2.12 which contains a number of
  -bug fixes and the long awaited TRACE level.  Also fixes build issues where
  -v1.2.11 was not very compatible with JDK 1.2 or earlier due to it being built
  -with JDK 1.4 instead of JDK 1.3.
  -
  -* Plan to start on v1.3 tasks and issues immediately after the SVN migration.
  -v1.3 will be the next major release.  Would like to release it before the end
  -of the year, but there are many tasks to review and work on.
  +* 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
   --------------
   
  -* Log4net is currently incubating. Our short term goal is to increase the 
  -number of active committers and to graduate from incubation. The logging 
  -PMC is currently voting on electing Ron Grabowski (rgrabowski@apache.org) 
  -a committer on log4net. This would bring the number of committers up to 4, 
  -and should help us to meet the exit criteria for the incubator.
  +* 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.
  +  with a focus on code quality and improving the available end user 
  +  documentation.
   
   
   log4php Report
  
  
  

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