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Olio

26 Oct 2011

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing
a reasonably complex application in several different technologies.
Olio entered incubation in October 2008

There is no development activity on this project. There was at least 1 new
user in the last quarter who used Olio.

Graduation From Incubation:

The user base is not showing growth. Since this is a test
application/workload,
it is being used as such for short-term projects.
I think the decision was made to simply keep the project so users can
continue to access it.

20 Jul 2011

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing
a reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

There is not much activity on this project. No major user requests have been
received.

Graduation From Incubation:

The user base is not showing growth. Since this is a test
application/workload, it is being used as such for short-term
projects.  As such, we need to decide how to handle this project. It
is still useful as is.

Signed off by mentor: clr

20 Apr 2011

DID NOT REPORT.

19 Jan 2011

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

Things have been fairly quiet on both the user and developer list this
quarter.

Graduation From Incubation:

The user base is not showing growth. Since this is a test
application/workload, it is being used as such for short-term projects.

20 Oct 2010

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

Things have been fairly quiet on both the user and developer list this
quarter. Olio is being used as part of VMmark2.0 (VMWare's benchmark).

Graduation From Incubation:

Diversity of committers is no longer an issue - we now have committers in 3
organizations.  However, the user base is not showing a strong growth. Since
this is a test application/workload, it is being used as such for short-term
projects.

21 Jul 2010

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

Most users are now using the 0.2 release. A few bugs have been found in this
release as more users are now using it, but none of them are major.

We have several new users of Olio this quarter with all 3 versions of the
application being used.
Olio seems to be the workload of choice for testing virtual machines.
Several researchers as well VMware are using Olio for this purpose.

Graduation From Incubation:
Diversity of committers is the primary issue with the project - although we
are adding users, we haven't been successful in converting them to
committers. We have a few users sending patches for bugs they file.

We could use the PMC and Board's help in spreading the word about Olio to
get better traction.

21 Apr 2010

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

We have so far put out two releases successfully. Most users are now using
the 0.2 release. Except for one issue with the Java version, this release
seems to be stable. Several new developers are actively working on the Java
version to improve and expand on it's functionality and robustness.

Olio seems to be the workload of choice for testing virtual machines.
Several researchers as well VMware are using Olio for this purpose.

Graduation From Incubation:

Diversity of committers is the primary issue with the project - although we
have users, we haven't been successful in converting them to committers
(yet).

We could use the PMC and Board's help in spreading the word about Olio to
get better traction.

20 Jan 2010

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the
suitability, functionality and performance of various web technologies by
implementing a reasonably complex application in several different
technologies. We currently have 3 implementations in PHP, Rails and Java.

We made our second apache release: Olio 0.2 version on January 13. This
release had some major enhancements to improve performance and better
alignment between the 3 versions of the application. This is the first
release for the Java version as well. We have closed a large number of JIRA
issues for this release.

Olio is continuing to gain users especially within the academic community
and is being used for diverse purposes from performance testing cloud
services to specialized file system and databases. There are 35 subscribers
to the user list and 30 subscribers to dev, slightly more than in October.

Graduation From Incubation:

Diversity of committers is the primary issue with the project - although we
have users, we haven't been successful in converting them to
committers (yet).

We could use the PMC and Board's help in spreading the word about Olio to
get better traction.

18 Nov 2009

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

The developers are working on a second release - 0.2. This release features
more alignment between the different implementations, performance
enhancements, code cleanup, bug fixes etc. This will be the first  binary
release for the Java implementation.

Even without a kit release, the Java implementation already has several
users. Olio is continuing to gain users and being used for diverse purposes.

There are 30 subscribers to the user list and 30 subscribers to dev.

There are over a hundred JIRA issues filed, and continuous activity toward
closing them (about 26 open currently)

Graduation From Incubation:

Diversity of committers is the primary issue with the project - we still
need to work on recruiting more committers from different
organizations.

15 Jul 2009

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

Olio voted a new committer, Amanda Waite.

Olio made its first release, Olio-0.1. Being a complex piece of software
with many third party dependencies and multiple languages, this was a major
task.

Olio is continuing to gain users and being used for diverse purposes.  There
are 28 subscribers to the user list and 26 subscribers to dev.  There are
over a hundred JIRA issues filed, and continuous activity toward closing
them.

The Java implementation for Olio has been checked into the repository,
joining the Rails and PHP implementations.

Graduation From Incubation:

Diversity of committers is the primary issue with the project, with all of
the active developers coming from three organizations.

15 Apr 2009

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing
a reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

 * Olio is continuing to gain users and being used for diverse purposes.
 * One user is using it for testing MySQL performance.
 * Another is using it for testing performance of file systems.
 * Microsoft has started a .NET port of Olio.
 * VMWare has joined the project and plans to use it for several of their
   performance testing efforts.
 * There are multiple deployments attempting to scale Olio to test
   performance of system infrastructure, software application stack etc.
 * A lot of work has gone to make the product more robust and stable over
   long benchmark runs - over 50 JIRA issues have been fixed.
 * Work is underway to create the first release. The artifacts are tested;
   the major work is in fixing the source headers, licenses etc.
 * Olio has been presented to some Apache and Rails Meetups to get
   attention.
 * We're encouraging users to become active in contributing to the code.

21 Jan 2009

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing
a reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

 * Olio is now being run actively by several organizations.
 * One user has modified Olio to replace the MySQL database with another.
 * There are multiple deployments attempting to scale Olio to test
performance
of system infrastructure, software application stack, etc.
 * With increased deployment, more bugs are being found and JIRAs filed.
 * Work is underway to add a caching tier using memcached.

17 Dec 2008

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing a
reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

 * The project web page has now been created at
   http://incubator.apache.org/olio
 * An Overview presentation has been posted at
   http://incubator.apache.org/olio/index.data/Olio_Overview_long.pdf
 * Initial committers' accounts are all set up now.
 * Two external users (i.e not belonging to the original committers'
   organizations) have started running Olio.
 * Olio Rails code has been committed to repository.
 * Several bugs have been filed and are being actively worked on.

19 Nov 2008

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing
a reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

All infrastructure has been created for the project.

The olio web site has been set up via Confluence.

Initial code drops for rails and php have been committed to the repository.

15 Oct 2008

Olio has been incubating since September 2008.

Olio is a web 2.0 toolkit to help developers evaluate the suitability,
functionality and performance of various web technologies by implementing
a reasonably complex application in several different technologies.

Mailing lists have been created.
http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-1741

The svn repository was created at
https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/olio

Initial committers' accounts are in process. Mentors have
been given access to the svn repo.

The JIRA project has been created.
https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/admin/ViewProject.jspa?pid=12310839