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From Gareth Reakes <gar...@we7.com>
Subject Re: Xalan - Draft Report - Feb 2013
Date Wed, 06 Feb 2013 08:35:52 GMT


Looks good to me.

G

On 6 Feb 2013, at 06:25, shathawa@e-z.net wrote:

> 
> The Apache Xalan Project develops and maintains libraries
> and programs that transform XML documents using XSLT standard
> stylesheets. Our subprojects use the Java and C++ programing
> languages to implement the XSLT libraries.
> 
> Project Releases
> ----------------
> 
> There has been no new release since the last report.
> The release of Xalan C 1.11 has been well received.  Some of our
> people are working to add support for Microsoft Visual Studio
> 2012.  We are moving forward with another patch release.
> 
> General Activity
> ----------------
> 
> We are being represented at ApacheCon NA 2013 in Portland, Oregon.
> 
> A staff of language specialists has volunteered to translate some
> of our web documentation to languages commonly spoken and written
> in Eastern European countries.
> 
> Our website is fully compliant with svnpubsub.
> 
> Before Apache XML was retired to the attic, we confirmed that
> Apache Xalan dependence on Apache XML artifacts and links were
> properly removed and resolved elsewhere.
> 
> There is still good activity in the mail lists for our C/C++
> and Java products.
> 
> Committer and PMC membership
> ----------------------------
> 
> There are no changes in our membership.
> 
> Board and Infrastructure Issues
> -------------------------------
> 
> There are no outstanding issues at this time.
> 
> Sincerely,
> Steven J. Hathaway
> Xalan PMC Chair
> 
> 
> 
> 
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