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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: Reporting time
Date Tue, 09 Jun 2009 10:42:46 GMT
Ok, the report is not really supposed to just be posted on the dev@
list, but entered into the Wiki.

I will do that this time around.


On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 3:57 PM, Peter Firmstone <jini@zeus.net.au> wrote:
> Niclas Hedhman wrote:
>> River is to report for the month of June. Deadline to submission is 10th
>> June.
>> Cheers
> Summary of Report items:
>   * Recently there has been increased activity in River's development
>     process with the arrival of two new Committer's, Jonathan Costers
>     and Tom Hobbs.
>   * AR2 is almost ready for release, I'm hoping to have the majority
>     of jtreg tests passing & running from ant targets, prior to
>     release (although since Peter Jones has already run the tests
>     successfully, with the exception of missing server infrastructure,
>     it can probably wait until after AR2), I'm still learning how to
>     use the jtreg tool with regard to the way Rivers tests are
>     intended to run. Prior to AR2, I need to modify the existing ant
>     build scripts to include the ClassDepend libraries into the
>     classpath of Rivers ClassDep tool, after the recent removal of the
>     dependency on the JDK tools library (River-272) and add some unit
>     tests.
>   * Jonathan added the qa directory to Rivers main development trunk,
>     including the integration test suite and jtreg regression and unit
>     tests, Jonathan and Tom created ant scripts to run the integration
>     tests.  The integration tests passed on my system.
>   * jtreg regression and unit tests: Peter Jones has been assisting me
>     understand the jtreg test suite, Tom Hobbs and Dominic Cleal have
>     volunteered some time and resources to running the jtreg tests.
> Peter Jones, recently commented on Jira, which has helped me solve
>     my permissions problems, I'm going to set up some documentation
>     and an ant target after I get to the bottom of some minor
>     remaining issues.
>   * Additional server resources are required for the jtreg and
>     integration tests; An HTTP proxy (River-306) and KDC server
>     (River-307) are necessary.
>   * Tom created a JUnit test repository with associated libraries and
>     added a unit test.
>   * The decision was made to allow developers to use Java 5 new
>     language features and change the com.sun.jini.* and com.artima.*
>     namespaces to org.apache.river.* (River-261) after the release of AR2.
>   * What's required to get river out of incubation?
>   * Preservation of existing documentation, mail lists and River
>     dependent projects that currently exist outside of River. - I've
>     raised issues on Jira (River-311 & 312), where those at risk can
>     be uploaded, until they can be dealt with appropriately.
>   * Consolidation of external Jini projects was discussed as optional
>     add-ons, this discussion is still open, pending River incubation
>     graduation.
> Cheers,
> Peter.

Niclas Hedhman, Software Developer
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