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From Jeremy Hughes <hugh...@apache.org>
Subject [REPORT] Apache Aries January 2014
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2014 21:57:09 GMT
Please find the Apache Aries board report for January 2014 below. Apologies
for the lateness of the report. No one particular reason, mostly catching
up after the new year. Thanks.

Apache Aries delivers a set of pluggable Java components enabling an

enterprise OSGi application programming model.



## Releases



* Apache Aries Blueprint Core 1.3.0 [25Oct2013]



 Fix to a problem when looking up the container and that resulting in a

 not-found exception during refresh.



* Apache Aries Blueprint Core 1.4.0 [23Dec2013]



 Custom namespace extensions to allow a service reference to implement

 multiple interfaces



* Apache Aries Blueprint Parser 1.2.0 [23Dec2013]



 Custom namespace extensions to allow a service reference to implement

 multiple interfaces



* Apache Aries Blueprint Web OSGi 1.0.0 [25Oct2013]



 An OSGi-aware Servlet ContextListener for bootstrapping Blueprint inside

 web-bundle containers.



* Apache Aries Blueprint Web OSGi 1.0.1 [08Nov2013]



 Bug fix release.



* Apache Aries Blueprint CM 1.0.2 [14Oct2013]



 Integration of OSGi Blueprint with the OSGi Configuration Admin Service.

 Bug fix.



* Apache Aries Blueprint CM 1.0.3 [25Oct2013]



 Bug fix release



* Apache Aries Proxy Service 1.0.2 [25Oct2013]



 Proxy service implementation bug fixes.



* Apache Aries Transaction Enlisting JDBC Datasource 2.0.0 [23Dec2013]



 Provide a correct JDBC wrapping for XA datasources & bug fixes.



* Apache Aries Transaction Manager 1.1.0 [23Dec2013]



 Bug fix release



##Project update



The last time the PMC roster was updated was with the addition of John

Ross on 28th July 2013.

Discussions on both dev@ and user@ lists continue to be varied. After 3

quarters of user@ mailing list membership growth, it has plateau'd over

the last quarter.



There are no board level issues.

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