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CouchDB is a distributed document-oriented database system written in Erlang. The project entered incubation on February 12th, 2008.

We have released CouchDB 0.8.0, our first podling release. New features include incremental reduce, compaction, the Mochiweb erlang HTTP library, enhancements to the ui interface (Futon) and build system (w/ spidermonkey now an external dependency). We are also about to release a 0.8.1 to fix bugs.

The number of libraries and project integrating with CouchDB continues to grow, as does the number of contributors. We will likely be adding a new project member soon. CouchDB is now fully integrated with the Apache resources (bug system, mailing list, wiki, website, etc) and we believe CouchDB is satisfying all its community requirements to graduate to a full Apache project.

August 2008 Board reports (see ReportingSchedule).

These reports are due to the Incubator PMC by 13 August 2008


Abdera

BlueSky

Buildr

CouchDB

CouchDB is a distributed document-oriented database system written in Erlang. The project entered incubation on February 12th, 2008.

We have released CouchDB 0.8.0, our first podling release. New features include incremental reduce, compaction, the Mochiweb erlang HTTP library, enhancements to the ui interface (Futon) and build system (w/ spidermonkey now an external dependency). We are also about to release a 0.8.1 to fix bugs.

The number of libraries and project integrating with CouchDB continues to grow, as does the number of contributors. We will likely be adding a new project member soon. CouchDB is now fully integrated with the Apache resources (bug system, mailing list, wiki, website, etc) and we believe CouchDB is satisfying all its community requirements to graduate to a full Apache project.

Empire-DB

JSecurity

Hama

Lokahi

NMaven

PDFBox

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

  • Over the last few months our mailing list has started being more active, with signs that Sling's user base is increasing steadily. The number of patches from non-committers is also increasing steadily.

Software

  • At long last Apache Sling has seen its initial release end of June.
  • The Sling Management Console has been moved to the Apache Felix project and is now called the "Apache Felix Web Management Console".
  • After the first release we have to take up a stab at our site and the documentation again, which we postponed until after the release due to lack of time.

Issues before graduation

  • Grow a more diverse community (so far commits mostly from Day employees).

Licensing and other issues

  • none

WSRP4J

XAP

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