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From Dave Birdsall <>
Subject RE: Status of the log4cxx Apache product
Date Fri, 08 Jan 2016 19:40:13 GMT
Which JIRA?

-----Original Message-----
From: Amanda Moran []
Sent: Friday, January 8, 2016 11:38 AM
To: dev <>
Subject: Re: Status of the log4cxx Apache product

Hi there All-

I posted the current workaround (that worked for me, and a few others), on
the JIRA. If this workaround does not work for you, please let me know.


On Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 11:32 AM, Roberta Marton <>

> There is an e-mail thread on the
> revolving around the incubator project log4cxx.
> Periodically, the IPMC team looks at incubator projects and those
> projects that are not getting enough activity, will be analyzed to
> figure out how to get it back on track.  At this time, IPMC may ask
> (through e-mail)  to get more people interested in the project so it
> can become a TLP (top level product).  If this is not successful, it
> will be abandoned.  By abandoned, they do something called put it in
> the attic.  This means the source is still available but no more
> activity will be done - the product, for all practical purposes, is
> dead.  Not sure if the source remains around forever in the attic.
> The project log4cxx is currently in this state and a suggestion has
> been made to abandon it.  If more activity  is generated, that is
> getting more contributions and committers, then it may not be abandoned.
> On a different thread, the installation team has recently discovered
> that the log4cxx product is no longer available in down load
> repositories such as YUM and EPEL.  Without log4cxx available, people
> cannot build or run our product.  A workaround is available and we are
> working on a way to make it available to people.  JIRA  TRAFODION-1749
> has been written to address this issue.
> That said, we need to figure out how Trafodion will handle this
> situation, for example:
> -          Someone could volunteer to become involved in with the product.
> If enough people do this (not necessarily from Trafodion), the product
> may be revived
> -          We could take a copy of the code and maintain it within the
> Trafodion team
> Any suggestions on how we should handle this?
>    Regards,
>    Roberta


Amanda Moran

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