This lists the issues currently facing Jakarta.

Priority last quarter:

  1. Using_LGPL'd_code. Also LGPL with Hibernate clause, LGPL with Classpath exception and MPL.

Priority this quarter:

  1. Lucene to TLP - Lucene_promotion_to_TLP

  2. JCS to SLP - JCS_promotion_to_SLP

  3. Migrating_to_Subversion. - In progress.

  4. Improved quality of releases?
  5. Remove dead mail list. JServ mentioned on mail2.html but seems dead.
  6. Archive dormant codebases. Alexandria, Watchdog, java@ code (find this stuff first).
  7. Migrate jetspeed mail+cvs and log4j cvs out of jakarta space.
  8. Fix mail archives for ecs-dev and oro-user mail lists.
  9. Decide how to manage quieter/hibernated subprojects better. Alexandria, BCEL, BSF, ORO, Regexp, Watchdog all fit the bill. - BCEL has been resuscitated

  10. Security process. Is it obvious how security problems are handled? Do we have active security liaisons per subproject?

Less essential:

  1. Wiki vandalism. Are all our wiki's monitored by a mailing list? Need a jakarta-wiki page to point to the sub-wikis - Jakarta wiki page exists now

  2. List moderation coverage. - Got a report on these, a few lesser used lists might need covering

  3. ASF Licence 2.0. Any major work left to do? Need a script to check that no ASL 1.0's exist in CVS.

Dealt with:

  1. The charter is out of date and needs much discussion. - An update has now been made to the charter.

  2. Need to continue adding to the PMC. - The PMC size now seems to cover the projects well and should be adding people one at a time as they are nominated.

  3. Jakarta-Commons/ASF-Commons confusion. - ASF Commons is now dead.

  4. Obtaining a site-wide licence for Clover. - DONE - cvs:committers/donated-licenses/clover

  5. Downloads pages are difficult to use. -- Some irritation over JDK 1.5/1.4 issues, but done

JakartaIssues (last edited 2009-09-20 23:50:16 by localhost)