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Subject [CONF] Apache Cayenne > Board Report June 2013
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2013 16:08:01 GMT
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Report June 2013</a></h2>
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<p>Status report for the Apache Cayenne project - June 2013</p>

<p>Cayenne is a Java-based persistence framework licensed under the Apache License.
 Cayenne provides object-relational mapping (ORM), a GUI for database-to-java mapping/modeling,
and remote persistence services for Java clients.</p>

<p>Project Status<br/>

	<li>Cayenne 3.1 API is considered stable and bug fixes are being implemented.  API
changes and new development are targeted to the 3.2 code base now.</li>
	<li>Cayenne 3.1 documentation is expanding. Chapters about Cayenne runtime are close
to completion.</li>


	<li>Mailing list activity is near-average on developer and user lists with more questions
arising about the 3.1 Beta 1/2 release as more users are trying the beta and having questions
about it.</li>
	<li>Many committers have expressed an interest in migrating from Subversion to Git,
so this is being explored.</li>
	<li>Cristiano Ghersi has ported Cayenne into an OSGi environment and is helping to
add native support for OSGi in Cayenne.</li>

<p>Community Objectives<br/>

	<li>Continue fixing bugs in Cayenne 3.1 to push for a milestone release.</li>
	<li>Continue documentation for Cayenne 3.1.</li>
	<li>Continue development on Cayenne 3.2.</li>
	<li>Migrate from Subversion to Git.</li>


	<li>Cayenne 3.1B2 was released on February 18, 2013.</li>

<p>Note: The above board report is not expected to be in Confluence Markup in order
to be trivial to copy/paste in an e-mail to the Apache Board.</p>

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