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Date of entry: May 2006

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

Code wise there has been a bunch of work done to update the publishing protocol implementation to match the latest versions of the internet draft (which will become the RFC). The code is currently being prepared for a new release.

On the community side we added a new committer (Brian Moseley) who has been using Abdera's server side code in the Cosmo project and has contributed back various improvements. We continue to see a steady stream of questions about the project, which implies that it is being used.

The only remaining goal to be reached before graduation is diversity related, while we do have more than the minimum number of committers from separate companies there remains some concern about the fact that many of them are not overly active.

August 2007 Board reports (see ReportingSchedule)

These reports are due to the Incubator PMC by 8 August 2007


AltRMI

AltRMI was retired in January.


Abdera

Date of entry: May 2006

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

Code wise there has been a bunch of work done to update the publishing protocol implementation to match the latest versions of the internet draft (which will become the RFC). The code is currently being prepared for a new release.

On the community side we added a new committer (Brian Moseley) who has been using Abdera's server side code in the Cosmo project and has contributed back various improvements. We continue to see a steady stream of questions about the project, which implies that it is being used.

The only remaining goal to be reached before graduation is diversity related, while we do have more than the minimum number of committers from separate companies there remains some concern about the fact that many of them are not overly active.


Lokahi


NMaven


ServiceMix

The ServiceMix community has voted for graduation and the Incubator PMC has voted to accept ServiceMix graduation as a TLP (Guillaume Nodet has been voted as the PMC chair).

ServiceMix 3.1.1 has been released on 04/Jul/07, and we are planning a 3.1.2 after graduation has completed.

Thomas Termin and Gert Vanthienen has joined the PPMC.


stdcxx


TSIK


Tuscany


Woden


WSRP4J


XAP

Description - XAP is a client side declarative Ajax framework for building and deploying rich internet applications

Date of entry - June, 2006

The top three items to resolve in last report have seen very good progress:

  1. Dojo 0.9 migration - XAP is currently using Dojo 0.4 as the default Ajax toolkit. Dojo 0.9 is a complete rewriet of Dojo. Though it is not compatible with Dojo 0.4, Dojo 0.9 seems to have fixed many problems of Dojo and is likely to become a solid foundation for future Ajax development. XAP developers are investigating whether/when/how to migrate to Dojo 0.9.
  2. Release - XAP has made one release within the community so far (XAP 0.3 release on March 2007);
  3. Growth of community - XAP community is growing, we see more and more contributions in many forms from people other than the initial committers: feedback on the mailing lists, documentation and code patches... The commuity has voted to add a new committer.

Community aspects:

  • Contributions from various non-committers continued in areas such as bug reports, code patches, and discussions;
  • Vote of a new committer passed
  • Coach Wei gave a talk on Apache XAP and Declarative Ajax at AjaxWorld Conference in march 2007 at NYC;

  • We have reviewed the web site tracking and added mechanism to collect XAP download statistics.
  • jQuery integration is done. XAP customers can leverage jQuery as well - plugin available both from jQuery website and XAP website(http://jquery.com/plugins/project/xModify).

Code aspects:

  • Significant work went into xModify - now we have a 3KB engine (leverages jQuery) for declaratively "ajaxify" HTML web applications. Customers can get "Ajax" result without writing a single line of Javascript, by using the 3KB "xModify with jQuery" module.
  • Web site has been updated



Yoko

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