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Project is doing very well. There is ample activity and I expect that JDO will be able to graduate from the Incubator in the upcoming quarter. * Project has active committers from 4 different companies, and 2 with unknown affiliation. * Project has an active contributor from an unknown affiliation. * Project status information is up to date. * Project is discussing near-term release of code.
New committers were added to the project: Matthew Adams, Xcalia; Erik Bengtson, JPOX. We might have a quorum of independent committers: Sun, Xcalia, JPOX, tech@spree although I'd like to see more commit action from everyone. JIRA accounts have been set up for everyone who needs them. The API sub-project has been synchronized with the latest version of the specification. The TCK sub-project is about 80% complete. Still lacks full testing for O/R mapping and detached objects. The Apache JDO web site is now active at http://incubator.apache.org/jdo
The Apache JDO project is chugging along. The 1.X reference implementation, API spec (javax.jdo interfaces), and TCK have been migrated to the ASF subversion repository, and the 2.0 API spec and TCK are under development. Expert Group communication is being migrated or mirrored to the ASF mailing lists as much as possible, including the regular conference call minutes. Two additional committers, Matthew Adams and Erik Bengtson, have been added to the project this quarter, in addition to the initial project committers. Both Matthew and Erik are members of the JSR 243 expert group, as well.