November 2007 Board reports (see ReportingSchedule)

CLOSED -- REPORT SUBMITTED


AltRMI

AltRMI was retired in January.


Abdera

Abdera is an implementation of the Atom feed format and publishing protocol.


Buildr

IPMC Reviews: jukka

Description - Buildr is a build system for Java applications written in Ruby.

Date of Entry - Nov. 2007

Buildr is a brand new project (see the proposal at [1]), it's just been accepted in the Incubator this month. Most of the project infrastructure has been setup: status page, svn, jira, mailing lists. The code grant has been submitted (and ack'ed), the buildr community has been notified of the migration and the code import will probably be done during ApacheCon in Atlanta.

[1] http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/BuildrProposal


Lokahi

Lokahi is a configuration and management console for Apache httpd, tomcat and other web server infrastructure.

Incubating since: 2006-01-07

Significant contributions have been made towards finishing the MySQL port that was begun earlier this year. A Fast Feather presentation on Lokahi has been scheduled for Apachecon in Atlanta.

Obstacles to graduation:

place across projects on general@i.a.o reinforced the fact that a larger committer base is needed to graduate.


NMaven

NMaven develops plugins and integration for Maven to make building and using .NET languages a first-class citizen in Maven.

Incubating since: 2006-11-17

Items to resolve before graduation

Status:

Plans:


ServiceMix

ServiceMix graduated from the Incubator in September 2007.


Sling

Sling is a framework to develop content centric web applications based on the idea of modularizing the rendering of HTTP resources.

Sling entered incubation on September 5th, 2007.

Community

Software

Issues before graduation

Licensing and other issues


stdcxx

IPMC Reviews: jukka

Stdcxx status report for the calendar quarter ending in November 2007.

Project Summary:

In incubation: since 5/19/2005.

Issues to resolve before graduation:

Community:

Mailing List Activity:

Bug Tracking:

Current Projects:

Code:


TSIK


Tuscany

IPMC Reviews: jukka

Tuscany simplifies the development, deployment and management of distributed applications built as compositions of service components. These components may be implemented with a range of technologies and connected using a variety of communication protocols. Tuscany implements relevant open standards including, but not limited to, the SCA and SDO standards defined by the OASIS OpenCSA member section.

Incubating since: 2005-11-30

Top issues?

Community aspects:

Releases since last report:

Ongoing work:


Woden

Woden is a Java class library for reading, validating, manipulating, creating and writing WSDL documents, initially to support WSDL 2.0 and with the longer term aim of supporting past, present and future versions of WSDL.

Development towards Woden milestone M8 has progressed slowly over the past few months. There are a still a few high priority items that must be completed for M8.

In the past few months Woden has received significant contributions from Dan Harvey (an IBM summer intern) in the form of many bug fixes and enhancements including refactoring the Woden build, Sagara Gunathunga who is working on serialization of Woden models, and most recently Tomi Vanek, who has contributed his WSDL viewer to Woden (currently attached to a Jira awaiting review).

Woden has also made excellent progress towards completing the items necessary for graduation and a vote will likely be called shortly.


WSRP4J


XAP


Yoko

The Yoko community has decided that it's probably best to split the project in two and submit them to be housed as sub-projects of CeltixFire and Geronimo. The WS bindings, and the requisite support tools, of Yoko would move on to CeltixFire with everything else, e.g. ORB and RMI, moving on to Geronimo. A committer roll call was performed and a list of developers still interested with either/both of the two bodies of code. Proposals will be submitted to both the CeltixFire and Geronimo PMCs this month.

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