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A new contributor has been helping enhance the new XML parser configuration for the JAXP secure processing feature and recently submitted a patch for review.

August 2014 Report

Xerces-J

There was some initial discussion on having a new release and plans to merge the XML Schema 1.1 code on to the trunk.

A new contributor has been helping enhance the new XML parser configuration for the JAXP secure processing feature and recently submitted a patch for review.

Mailing list traffic has been low; roughly 80 posts on the j-dev and j-users lists since the beginning of May 2014.

No new releases this quarter. The latest release is Xerces-J 2.11.0 (November 30th, 2010).

Xerces-C

A few minor bugs were fixed for JIRA issues that were reported by the community.

Mailing list traffic has been very low; roughly 45 posts on the c-dev and c-users lists since the beginning of May 2014.

No news about when the 3.2 version will be packaged. The latest release is Xerces-C 3.1.1 (April 27th, 2010).

Xerces-P

Nothing in particular to report. There was no development activity over the reporting period.

XML Commons

Nothing in particular to report. There was no development or mailing list activity over the reporting period.

Committer / PMC Changes and Activity

No new committers in the last quarter. The most recent committers were elected in July 2008 (Xerces-C) and May 2009 (Xerces-J).

No new PMC members in the last quarter. The last two additions to the PMC were in May 2010.

Three committers (who are also PMC members) committed changes to SVN in the last quarter.

Apache Project Branding Requirements

There's still some work left to do on the TLP website, including adding "TM" to the project logo.

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