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Subject [royale-asjs.wiki] branch master updated: Updated Board Report 2017 11 (markdown)
Date Wed, 08 Nov 2017 03:01:04 GMT
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     new 7bf909c  Updated Board Report 2017 11 (markdown)
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commit 7bf909c2106e965586a9d4928e16ce127e791eed
Author: aharui <aharui@apache.org>
AuthorDate: Tue Nov 7 19:01:02 2017 -0800

    Updated Board Report 2017 11 (markdown)
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 Board-Report-2017-11.md | 15 +++++----------
 1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Board-Report-2017-11.md b/Board-Report-2017-11.md
index 3127e47..5814716 100644
--- a/Board-Report-2017-11.md
+++ b/Board-Report-2017-11.md
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 ## DESCRIPTION
 Apache Royale is a new implementation of the principles of Apache Flex but designed for JavaScript
runtimes instead of Adobe Flash/AIR runtimes.  Apache Royale is designed to improve developer
productivity in creating applications for wherever Javascript runs, including browsers as
well as Apache Cordova applications, Node, etc. 
 
-Apache Royale was approved as a new TLP in the September meeting.  Royale took over responsibility
for the code related to what was known as Apache FlexJS from the Apache Flex community. This
is our first report.
+Apache Royale was approved as a new TLP in the September meeting.  Royale took over responsibility
for the code related to what was known as Apache FlexJS from the Apache Flex community. This
is our second report.
 
 ## ISSUES
 There are no issues requiring board attention at this time.
@@ -10,14 +10,12 @@ There are no issues requiring board attention at this time.
 - Apache FlexJS 0.8.0 was released on 6/25/17.
 
 ## ACTIVITY
-- Apache Royale was approved on September 20, 2017.  There some delays getting Royale entered
in committee-info.txt in order to allow Infra to start setting up the project.  However, at
the time of this report, we believe Infra has completed all of its tasks.
-
-- There is quite a bit of work required to deal with the rename of the project and a lot
of progress has been made towards that goal.
-
-- One PMC member is working on a website for the project. We expect him to have some results
to show soon.
+- The effort to set up new builds and rename code assets from FlexJS to Royale was/is significant
and that effort is still in progress, but nearing completion.
+- Some new names have appeared on the mailing lists investigating whether Royale is a suitable
solution for migrating existing Flex applications off of Flash.
+- One PMC member has proposed an initial web site for Royale.  There were some logistical
issues in being allowed to use it as he created it on WordPress with a commercial theme. 
Those issues are mostly resolved at this time.
 
 ## COMMUNITY
-The community is still working through the transition from Apache Flex to Apache Royale.
 
+The community is still working through the transition from Apache Flex to Apache Royale.
 There is much documentation remaining to be transitioned from the Apache Flex wiki to some
place in Apache Royale.
 
 Currently, users@royale has 29 subscribers and dev@royale has 42 subscribers. There has been
interest from the community which might lead to new contributors.
 
@@ -31,6 +29,3 @@ Future reports will contain information about:
 
 ## TRADEMARKS
 Several PMC members wanted to allow another PMC member to use royalesdk.io and/or royalesdk.org
to externally host some content to promote Apache Royale.  Trademarks denied use of that domain
name. We might revisit the topic if and when there is a concrete reason to do so.
- 
-## SECURITY
-Nothing to report.
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