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[http://ws.apache.org/Axis2 Axis2] project has gone through a number of improvements after its 1.0 release , specially code generation and data binding. In the mean time new features were introduced + numerous bug fixes. Axis2 development team is planning to do Axis2 1.1 release on 18th of September. [[http://ws.apache.org/Axis2|Axis2]] project has gone through a number of improvements after its 1.0 release , specially code generation and data binding. In the mean time new features were introduced + numerous bug fixes. Axis2 development team is planning to do Axis2 1.1 release on 18th of September.
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 * [http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc XML-RPC] released v3.0rc1 on Jul 27, 2006
 * [http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc XML-RPC] released v3.0 on Aug 30, 2006
 * [http://ws.apache.org/axis2/c/ Axis2/C] released v0.93 on Aug 31, 2006
 * [[http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc|XML-RPC]] released v3.0rc1 on Jul 27, 2006
 * [[http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc|XML-RPC]] released v3.0 on Aug 30, 2006
 * [[http://ws.apache.org/axis2/c/|Axis2/C]] released v0.93 on Aug 31, 2006
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 * The [http://ws.apache.org/jaxme JaxMe] project is extremely quiet. In the large two weeks, several bug fixes have occurred, but apart from that the project is approaching archiving status.  * The [[http://ws.apache.org/jaxme|JaxMe]] project is extremely quiet. In the large two weeks, several bug fixes have occurred, but apart from that the project is approaching archiving status.
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 * The [http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc XML-RPC] project has merged its "user" and "dev" mailing lists, in order to have a single, but larger community. The traffic on both lists wasn't high enough for two separate discussion lists. A new mailing list "auto" was established for jira and svn notifications.  * The [[http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc|XML-RPC]] project has merged its "user" and "dev" mailing lists, in order to have a single, but larger community. The traffic on both lists wasn't high enough for two separate discussion lists. A new mailing list "auto" was established for jira and svn notifications.
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 * The [http://ws.apache.org/muse Muse] project has made significant progress towards a 2.0 release with new contributions from programmers at Cisco, Compuware, and IBM. The team is currently under code freeze and working on its tutorial content.  * The [[http://ws.apache.org/muse|Muse]] project has made significant progress towards a 2.0 release with new contributions from programmers at Cisco, Compuware, and IBM. The team is currently under code freeze and working on its tutorial content.

Status report for the Web Services Project

Notable Happenings

Axis2 project has gone through a number of improvements after its 1.0 release , specially code generation and data binding. In the mean time new features were introduced + numerous bug fixes. Axis2 development team is planning to do Axis2 1.1 release on 18th of September.

Code Releases [since the last report]

  • XML-RPC released v3.0rc1 on Jul 27, 2006

  • XML-RPC released v3.0 on Aug 30, 2006

  • Axis2/C released v0.93 on Aug 31, 2006

New Projects

Cross-Project Issues

  • Apache Sandesha and Apache Kandula are not interoperating currently, but Kandula2 is on progress which will interoperate with Sandesha2 and other modules in Axis2.

Problems with committers, members, projects etc?

  • The JaxMe project is extremely quiet. In the large two weeks, several bug fixes have occurred, but apart from that the project is approaching archiving status.

Subproject News

  • The XML-RPC project has merged its "user" and "dev" mailing lists, in order to have a single, but larger community. The traffic on both lists wasn't high enough for two separate discussion lists. A new mailing list "auto" was established for jira and svn notifications.

  • The Muse project has made significant progress towards a 2.0 release with new contributions from programmers at Cisco, Compuware, and IBM. The team is currently under code freeze and working on its tutorial content.

Miscellaneous

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