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From "Smith, Shawn E" <>
Subject Re: SCIMple, current state of Apache LDAP 2.0, and Java 9/10/11
Date Tue, 03 Jul 2018 20:52:33 GMT
Thanks Emmanuel.   I've started closing old completed issues in the current repository and
will migrate those that are left.  We should be able to get the code moved over in the next
day or two as well.

Would it be preferable to put the Apache license comments in before we migrate?    I'd rather
do any required package naming changes after the move so that we don't potentially break people
who are currently using it.

And one last question, is it alright to change the README on the Penn State SCIMple site to
start pushing traffic to the Apache repo as soon as it is moved, or are there other intermediate
steps we should take?


From: Stefan Seelmann <>
Sent: Tuesday, July 3, 2018 4:35:53 PM
Subject: Re: SCIMple, current state of Apache LDAP 2.0, and Java 9/10/11

On 07/02/2018 07:58 PM, Stefan Seelmann wrote:
> Thanks Emmanuel!
> On 07/02/2018 03:30 PM, Emmanuel L├ęcharny wrote:
>> ApacheDS :
>> ----------
>> - I have fixed the failing startTLS test (which was in fact an LDAP API
>> error : the SslFilter was not added to the chain)
>> - ApacheDS is now building fine
>> I think I will start to cut a release of the Apache LDAP API 2.0.0-AM1
>> (first milestone before a release) and a ApachedS 2.0.0-AM25. I just
>> have to test if Studio works fine with both those guys. Will do that one
>> of those coming evenings, when teh baby will sleep ;-)
> I can help with testing Studio.

Good news, all Studio tests are back to stable so I'm pretty confident
that everything is fine. Good job, Emmanuel!

I'll try to test Studio with Java 11 and check if it makes sense to
upgrade from Oxygen to Photon right now.

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