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Subject svn commit: r1134752 - /shiro/board/2011-06.txt
Date Sat, 11 Jun 2011 20:48:41 GMT
Author: lhazlewood
Date: Sat Jun 11 20:48:41 2011
New Revision: 1134752

Added initial 2011 June Board report draft.  To be discussed on the dev mailing list.


Added: shiro/board/2011-06.txt
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+2011 June - Board report for Apache Shiro
+Apache Shiro is a powerful and flexible open-source application security
+framework that cleanly handles authentication, authorization, enterprise
+session management and cryptography.
+We have no issues that require Board assistance at this time.
+- No releases since our first 1 Nov 2010 1.1.0 release
+Community & Project:
+ This last quarter has been focused more on community building than
+ coding, with great success.  The Shiro average website visitor traffic
+ has increased more than half (59%) in only 3 months!  We continue to
+ grow and help the Java security community.  Following are
+ the most important points from the last quarter.
+ - The Apache Shiro team is excited to report that we have added
+   Brian Demers as our first new committer after becoming a TLP.  We're
+   excited that our community continues to grow with quality folks like
+   Brian.
+ - There has been minor discussion of creating a 1.2 release soon.  A
+   few minor issues need to be resolved, and hopefully this will be done
+   before our next board report.
+ - While Shiro doesn't receive many complaints, the most frequent one has
+   been that non-JavaDoc documentation has been lacking.  Significant work
+   has gone into improving Shiro's documentation over the last month, and
+   we believe this will serve the community much better.
+ - To improve project publicity, Les Hazlewood wrote an intro article on
+   Apache Shiro published on InfoQ:
+   This has contributed to site traffic and community adoption significantly.
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