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From "Henri Gomez" <henri.go...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Draft for September 2007 Board report
Date Mon, 03 Sep 2007 06:21:35 GMT
+1

2007/9/3, Mladen Turk <mturk@apache.org>:
> Hi,
>
> We need to file the board report by next week for a board
> meeting on September 19th.
>
> Here is my draft, so please fill in the gaps, since it's my
> first one :)
>
> Thanks,
> Mladen
>
>
>
>
> Apache Tomcat Board Report, September 2007
>
> Summary
> --------------
> The project continues to be active on a number of fronts.  There are
> no issues requiring Board attention at this time.
>
> Releases
> -------------
> We cut a number of releases incorporating all our active branches.
>
> Tomcat 5.5.25 is going to be released in few days.
>
> Tomcat 6, the current production branch, had one releases this past
> quarter: 6.0.14, which is the latest stable Tomcat at this time.
>
> Finally, the Tomcat connectors, mainly mod_jk, has a couple of
> releases as well: 1.2.24 and 1.2.25. However we had to revoke
> the 1.2.24 release because of serious regression that sliped trough
> the testing phase.
>
> Security
> ------------
> The Tomcat security site (http://tomcat.apache.org/security.html) has
> been getting more love and attention.  It now contains the vast
> majority of known issues and fixes for all Tomcat branches.
>
> We've been working closely with security issue reports and the Apache
> Security committee on quickly replying to issues, resolving them, and
> coordinating public disclosures.
>
> There exist few open security issues at the moment.  The fixes
> are already in SVN, and most of them are already incorporated with
> 6.0.14 and 5.5.25 releases.
>
> Development
> -------------------
> There is ongoing discussion about the purpose of the current code
> inside Tomcat 6 trunk, and the majority of developers have agreed
> to put the trunk into the sandbox.
>
>
>
> Community
> -----------------
> After last quarter's new committers and PMC members, there were no
> changes the committership nor PMC membership this time.
> Mladen Turk was elected as new PMC Chair and voted by the ASF Board.
>
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