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Log4PHP is a logging framework similar to Log4J, but in PHP. The project entered incubation in 2004, retired and restarted again on 2007-07-04. After the first release, community feedback has increased. The Log4PHP Community and the Logging PMC voted in favour of leaving the Incubator and moving to the sponsoring Logging project. This has just been confirmed with a vote by the IPMC, so Log4PHP has graduated! There are still some resource moves etc that need to happen, but expect that future Log4PHP reports will now come as part of the Logging report. Congrats Log4PHP devs. * Bugfixes on 2.0.0 has been done * Several new ideas of improvements have been collected in the issue tracker * Apache Log4PHP 2.0.0 (Incubating) has been released on 12.12.2009 = Lucene Connector Framework = Lucene Connector Framework is an incremental crawler framework and set of connectors designed to pull documents from various kinds of repositories into search engine indexes or other targets. The current bevy of connectors includes Documentum (EMC), FileNet (IBM), LiveLink (OpenText), Patriarch (Memex), Meridio (Autonomy), SharePoint (Microsoft), RSS feeds, and web content. Lucene Connector Framework also provides components for individual document security within a target search engine, so that repository security access conventions can be enforced in the search results. Lucene Connector Framework has been in incubation since January, 2010. A list of the three most important issues to address in the move towards graduation 1. End-user documentation needs to be converted into a usable form 1. Strategy is needed for developing an Active Directory authority service, for mapping Kerberos principals to AD SIDs 1. Testing strategy under Apache needs development Any issues that the Incubator PMC (IPMC) or ASF Board wish/need to be aware of? 1. We'd like to know whether there is any official Apache position on inclusion of NTLM implementations in ASF projects, since we've gotten mixed signals on this from other developers. This represents a crucial piece of functionality needed to support LiveLink, Meridio, SharePoint, RSS, and Web connectors properly. How has the community developed since the last report? So far, most of the activity has been from the mentors and the committers, but given the nascent state of the project this is not surprising, and we expect interest to continue growing. How has the project developed since the last report? Lucene Connector Framework was voted into the Incubator in January 11, 2010. The following has been done since then: * Mailing lists set up * Site created * SVN area set up * Code grant from MetaCarta accepted in early February, including Apache 2.0 headers on all pertinent files, and was committed to SVN at that time * An ant build system for the Java code was created and tested * Code was MetaCarta de-branded * Code was formatted in accordance with Apache standards * Issues related to upstream propagation of features into other Apache projects were opened * Documentation for building and hand setup was committed At this point the project is buildable and usable.
Log4PHP is a logging framework similar to Log4J, but in PHP. The project entered incubation in 2004, retired and restarted again on 2007-07-04. The project got some community feedback, which is good, but not enough for graduation. * Christian Hammers has been elected as new Committer * The Log4PHP team created 3 release candidates. We are currently voting on them and will bring the proposed release on the incubator list soon * Update 13-12-09 - Today Log4PHP made its first release since being in the Incubator for over 4 years!! A truly great effort to get this far, well done team!
Log4PHP is a logging framework similar to Log4J, but in PHP. The project entered incubation in 2004, retired and restarted again on 2007-07-04. Since the last report there has been much activity. Slightly more activity from community could be recognized. Several patches from contributors came in. Enviroment: * Website has been updated. We plan to do this on a regular basis now via Buildbot * Blog has been activated (http://blogs.apache.org/log4php) * Christian Grobmeier has been elected as new PPMC-Member Code: * Maven has been established as build tool * PHP5 port has been finished * buildbot has been established (http://ci.apache.org/builders/log4php-trunk) * Lots of code upgrades, fixes etc. Next steps: * Stabilizing/Cleaning up code for the first release * Try to attract more developers for Log4PHP * Looking at getting an incubating release done. Issues before graduation: * Still less community interaction
Log4PHP is a logging framework similar to Log4J, but in PHP. The project entered incubation in 2004, retired and restarted again on 2007-07-04. After some discussions beginning 2009 about lack of committer and community interest, several people showed up their interest in continuing this project. The following people joined the project: * 2009-04-28 - New Committer: Christian Grobmeier * 2009-04-28 - New Committer: Gavin McDonald * 2009-04-28 - New Mentor: Niclas Hedhman * 2009-04-28 - New Mentor: Gavin McDonald Log4PHP now has a PPMC private list - log4php-private at incubator. Current Mentors and existing committers have been emailed asking them to join this list. Several code changes has been done in the following weeks: * Activity on porting log4php to PHP5 * Increased the number of test cases * Cleaned up code and codestyle Next steps: * Finishing php5 port * Cleaning up code * Updating documentation + Website * Try to attract more developers for Log4PHP * Bringing Continuus Integration to a Apache Host (currently hosted on private servers bei Knut Urdalen) * Looking at getting an incubating release done. Issues before graduation: * Still less community interaction
Log4php failed to report. Log4php has been in the Incubator since 2004, and was retired once already, then reviewed by new interest appeared. Reviewing the mailing list, Log4php appears to still be very much a one person project, with Christian Grobmeier as the sole participant. I see no sign of a user community, nor a developer community. Is there any thought on what should be the discposition of the project? Apache Labs? Something else?
Failed to report. Checking the mailing lists, there is minimal, but present traffic on both the developer and user lists. The last commit was two months ago by Jim.
log4php is a port of the log4j package for PHP. Very limited activity over the last 3 months. 3 external patches, provided via JIRA were submitted in September, and these are in the process of being vetted and will likely be committed. There are external users but almost no activity on the mailing lists. Incubating since 07/2007
FAILED TO REPORT
log4php incubation was restarted in July. Three new committers have been added and a JIRA project has been set up for bug tracking. A maven 2 generated web site has been published to http://incubator.apache.org/log4php. The source tree was reorganized and an initial pass at migration to PHP 5 was committed in July, but there has been little recent activity (possibly due to vacations) and no published development plan. In the next period, the development team needs to establish development plan for an initial snapshot.
No important news to report. Mailing lists still maintain low activity.
Some minor bug fixes committed. Added new php5 classes to start coding log4php using the new php5 object model.
* All reported bugs have been fixed so it's time to prepare the first stable release. * The new php5 version of log4php is ready for the initial import into svn repository. At first, it will support only a minimal set of functionalities.
A report was expected, but not received