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ServiceMix

20 Sep 2017 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Shane]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

## Issues

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

## Activity

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

- We don't expect any new releases in for dependencies of ServiceMix 6 and
we have transited it in EOL.
- We want currently focus on ServiceMix 7 and upgrading preparing the new
release containing the newest versions of Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.
- We have released 4 sets of OSGi bundles and a new release of ServiceMix Specs.
- We are going to make a small refactoring of ServiceMix features to give them a separate
lifecycle (as ServiceMix Features) and provide better modularity and maintainability of
ServiceMix.
- We are going to focus more on improvement of the documentation (which was migrated lately
into the Asciidoc format) and improvement of the examples to give people easier start into
integration with ServiceMix.

## Health report

- Due to summer vacation the activity of the community (mailing lists, JIRA, releases)
  has been a bit slower than during the last period.

## PMC changes

 - Currently 23 PMC members.
 - Andrea Cosentino was added to the PMC on Wed Mar 15 2017

## Committer base changes

 - Currently 50 committers.
 - No new committers added in the last 3 months
 - Last committer addition was Andrea Cosentino at Sun Mar 13 2016

## Releases

 - Apache ServiceMix Specs 2.9.0 on June 06 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.05 on June 06 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.06 on July 09 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.07 on August 01 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.08 on September 07 2017

## JIRA activity

 - 106 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 105 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

21 Jun 2017 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Rich]

## Description

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

## Issues

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

## Activity

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

- We have prepared 2 releases of Apache ServiceMix: maintenance release 6.1.4
 and next development release 7.0.1. We don't expect too much activity on
 ServceMix 6 and we plan to transit in into EOL soon. In the new period we are
 going to focus on the further development, stability and maintenance of
 ServiceMix 7. We are working on new releases of ServiceMix 7 upgraded to the
 new dependency versions, especially Apache Karaf 4.1.x and new Apache Camel
 versions.
- We have also released 2 sets of OSGi bundles and a new release of ServiceMix
 Specs. We are currently working on new Bundles and Specs releases.
- Thanks to a contribution we did a big step in documentation improvement. The
 documentation has been migrated into Asciidoc format and updated with the
 actual state of ServiceMix. It should be integrated soon in our website.
- We are going to make a small refactoring of ServiceMix features to give them
 a separate lifecycle (as ServiceMix Features) and provide better modularity
 and maintainability of ServiceMix.
- Jean-Baptiste Onofré has submitted a new feature proposal. The new feature
 should extend ServiceMix with ability to manage APIs. We are going to accept
 the initial contribution and work on the new feature to provide it in one of
 the next releases.


## Health report

- Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA is on the same level like in the
 last period. We had some contributions.
- We have invited Andrea Cosentino to become a new PMC member
- We are still watching potential new PMC members and committers

## PMC changes

- Currently 23 PMC members.
- Andrea Cosentino was added to the PMC on Wed Mar 15 2017

## Committer base changes

- Currently 50 committers.
- No new committers added in the last 3 months
- Last committer addition was Andrea Cosentino at Sun Mar 13 2016

## Releases

- Apache ServiceMix Specs 2.8.0 on Mar 24 2016
- Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.03 on April 06 2017
- Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.04 on May 07 2017
- Apache ServiceMix 6.1.4 on May 27 2017
- Apache ServiceMix 7.0.1 on May 27 2017

## JIRA activity

- 105 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
- 107 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

15 Mar 2017 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Mark]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

### Issues

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

### Activity

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

During the last period we have released the final release 7.0.0 of ServiceMix
7, which is based on Karaf 4.0.x and includes numerous new features. In the
new period we are going to focus on the further development, stability and
maintenance of ServiceMix 7.

We have also released the version 5.6.3, which was the last scheduled version
of ServiceMix 5, which has been transited to EOL.

We're not expecting too much dependency updates to become available for the
6.1.x, which is currently the only active branch of ServiceMix 6, but we do
plan to keep our release schedule going with the 6.1.x releases.

During the past period we have also released 4 sets of OSGi bundles and a new
release of Depends Maven Plugin.

We plan to keep a steady release schedule and keep up with new fix releases of
our dependency projects.

Our goal for the next months is also to improve the documentation and
examples, which is our still outstanding theme.

### Health report

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA is picking up. We had some new
contributions.

### PMC changes

 - Currently 22 PMC members.
 - No new PMC members added in the last 3 months
 - Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on Sat Jul 05 2014

### Committer base changes

 - Currently 50 committers.
 - No new committers added in the last 3 months
 - Last committer addition was Andrea Cosentino at Sun Mar 13 2016

### Releases

 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.11 on December 09 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.12 on January 05 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.01 on January 21 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix 7.0.0 on January 21 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2017.02 on February 28 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.6.3 on March 01 2017
 - Apache ServiceMix Depends Maven Plugin 1.4.0 on March 01 2017

### JIRA activity

 - 96 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 95 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

21 Dec 2016 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Shane]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

## Issues

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

## Activity

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

During the las period we have provided the users with new maintenance release
6.0.5 and new updates 5.6.2 and 6.1.3 from the development branches. We have
decided to transit the 5.5.x branch into EOL, as there is no more development
on this branch nor on the proper versions of the related projects. We have
also released 2 new OSGi bundle sets.

We have also released the last preview release of ServiceMix 7 (7.0.0.M3). We
plan to release the final version at the end of this year.

In the next period we plan to focus on ServiceMix 7, but we also expect to
provide the maintenance releases for ServiceMix 5 and 6, as long new
dependencies will be available.

## Health report

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA is on the same level like in the
last period.  We had some new contributions. We have lost a lot of our
momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being maintained in
related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

## PMC changes

 - Currently 22 PMC members.
 - No new PMC members added in the last 3 months
 - Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on Sat Jul 05 2014

## Committer base changes

 - Currently 50 committers.
 - No new committers added in the last 3 months
 - Last committer addition was Andrea Cosentino at Sun Mar 13 2016

## Releases

 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.09 on September 29 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.10 on November 07 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.6.2 on November 23 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.5 on November 23 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.1.3 on November 23 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 7.0.0.M3 on December 03 2016

## JIRA activity

 - 78 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 77 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

21 Sep 2016 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Chris]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

## Issues

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

## Activity

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

During the las period we have provided the users with new maintenance releases
(5.5.4, 6.0.4) and new updates 5.6.1 and 6.1.2 from the development branches.
We have also released 3 new OSGi bundle sets.

We have also released the next preview release of ServiceMix 7 (7.0.0.M2). Due
to the lower activity during the last period the final release has been
delayed and we plan to finalize it in this period. We are currently working on
upgrades of the dependencies and fixing issues reported by users for the
release 7.0.0.M2.

In the next period we plan to focus on ServiceMix 6 and ServiceMix 7, but we
also expect to provide the maintenance releases for ServiceMix, as long new
dependencies will be available.


## Health report

Due to summer vacation the activity of the community (mailing lists, JIRA,
releases) has been a bit slower than during the last period.

## PMC changes

 - Currently 22 PMC members.
 - No new PMC members added in the last 3 months
 - Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on Sat Jul 05 2014

## Committer base changes

 - Currently 50 committers.
 - No new committers added in the last 3 months
 - Last committer addition was Andrea Cosentino at Sun Mar 13 2016

## Releases

 - Apache ServiceMix 5.5.4 on June 06 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.6.1 on June 06 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.05 on June 07 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 7.0.0.M2 on June 15 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.4 on July 09 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.1.2 on July 09 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.07 on August 05 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.08 on August 08 2016

## JIRA activity

 - 71 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 60 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

15 Jun 2016 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Chris]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

## Issues

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

## Activity

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

During the las period we have provided the users with new maintenance releases
(5.5.4, 6.0.3) and new updates 5.6.1 and 6.1.1 from the development branches.
We have also released new OSGi bundle sets and ServiceMix Specs.

We can observe decreasing activity on dependency version used by the 5.5.x and
5.6.x versions, so we expect decreasing activity on ServiceMix 5 next months and
transiting it in 'end of life' state soon.

We plan to focus on ServiceMix 6 and ServiceMix 7 instead, to provide users with
latest and greatest technology and upgrades of Apache Karaf, ActiveMQ, Camel and
CXF versions. We plan to release new versions of ServiceMix 6 next weeks.

We are working on the new ServiceMix 7.0.0.M2 which should be released next days.
During the next period we plan to release the final version of ServiceMix 7 and
return to the work on migration of the documentation.


## Health report

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA has been a bit slow during the last period,
but is picking up again now.

Since our last board report, we voted in 1 new committer, Andrea Cosentino.

## PMC changes

 - Currently 22 PMC members.
 - No new PMC members added in the last 3 months
 - Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on Sat Jul 05 2014

## Committer base changes

 - Currently 50 committers.
 - Andrea Cosentino was added as a committer on Sun Mar 13 2016

## Releases

 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.3 on March 23 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.1.1 on March 23 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.03 on March 30 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Specs 2.7.0 on April 17 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.04 on May 03 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.5.4 on June 06 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.6.1 on June 06 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.05 on June 07 2016

## Mailing list activity

 - users@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 420 subscribers (up 1 in the last 3 months):
    - 88 emails sent to list (54 in previous quarter)

 - dev@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 207 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 149 emails sent to list (215 in previous quarter)

 - issues@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 9 subscribers (up 1 in the last 3 months):
    - 615 emails sent to list (699 in previous quarter)

 - commits@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 57 subscribers (up 1 in the last 3 months):
    - 790 emails sent to list (830 in previous period)

## JIRA activity

 - 119 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 122 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

16 Mar 2016 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Greg]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status
==============
The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA has been a bit slow over the year
change, but is picking up again now that we're planning to do new releases.
We had also some new contributions.

We have focused on providing users with latest and greatest technology and
worked on upgrade of Apache Karaf, ActiveMQ, Camel and CXF versions.

During the last period the last maintenance version 5.4.3 has been released.
We have decided to stop further development on the branch 5.4.x. We have also
released the stable releases 5.5.2, 5.5.3 and 6.0.2 and the new release 5.6.0
from the development branch. During this period 4 sets of OSGi bundles and new
Specs has been released too.

We have focused on the development of ServiceMix 7 and released the first
preview of 7.0.0 which is based on Karaf 4.0.0 and includes numerous new
features. We are working now towards a 7.0.0 release. We are fixing first
issues reported by users for the preview release. In the new period we are
going to focus on the further development and stability of ServiceMix 7 to be
able to provide the community the first stable release.

We do plan to keep our release schedule going with the 5.5.x, 5.6.x, 6.0.x and
6.1.x releases. We plan to keep a steady release schedule and keep up with new
fix releases of our dependency projects.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community
=========
Currently 49 committers and 22 PMC members in the project. No new PMC members
nor committers were added in the last 3 months. Last committer addition was
Wim Verreydt on July 05 2014. Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on
July 05 2014.

Releases
========

 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2015.11 on December 03 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.5.2 on December 17 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.2 on December 17 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2015.12 on January 07 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Specs 2.6.0 on January 25 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2016.01 on February 06 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 7.0.0.M1 on February 12 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles on February 18 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.4.3 on February 21 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.5.3 on February 21 2016
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.6.0 on February 21 2016


Mailing list activity
=====================

 - users@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 420 subscribers (up 4 in the last 3 months):
    - 55 emails sent to list (86 in previous quarter)

 - dev@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 208 subscribers (up 3 in the last 3 months):
    - 241 emails sent to list (168 in previous quarter)

 - issues@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 8 subscribers (up 1 in the last 3 months):
    - 766 emails sent to list (483 in previous quarter)

 - commits@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 56 subscribers (up 2 in the last 3 months):
    - 1018 emails sent to list (1415 in previous period)

JIRA activity
=============

 - 140 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 127 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

16 Dec 2015 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Bertrand]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status
--------------
The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA is picking up. We had some new
contributions. We also have been giving a talk about ServiceMix during
an 33rd Degree 4charity conference in Wroclaw (Poland).

We have achieved the stability of he ServiceMix 6. The new fix version 6.0.1
has been released. We have also released a new version 6.1.0 containing
upgrades to the newest dependencies and some new features.

During the last period the new maintenance version 5.4.2 and the new stable
version 5.5.1 have been released. We have also decided to stop further
development on the old branches 5.1.x, 5.2.x and 5.3.x.

We have decided to decouple ServiceMix Plugins from ServiceMix 4 code and
maintain them a separate subproject. The source code has been migrated
from svn to git repositoriy. A new fix version 1.3.1 of Maven Depend Plugin
has been released. We have also released 3 sets of OSGi bundles.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community
---------
Currently 49 committers and 22 PMC members in the project. No new PMC members
nor committers were added in the last 3 months. Last committer addition was
Wim Verreydt on July 05 2014. Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on
July 05 2014.

Community Objectives
--------------------
We're not expecting too much dependency updates to become available for the
5.4.x, but we do plan to keep our release schedule going with the 5.4.x,
5.5.x and 5.6.x (the new development branch) releases. We plan to keep a
steady release schedule and keep up with new fix releases of our dependency
projects.

In the new period we are going to focus on the further development, stability
and maintenance of ServiceMix 6.

Our goal for the next period is to start the development of the new ServiceMix
7.x line and release the first stable version from it.

Releases
--------

 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2015.08 on September 15 2015
 - Depends Maven Plugin 1.3.0 on September 27 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.5.1 on October 28 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.1 on October 28 2015
 - Depends Maven Plugin 1.3.1 on November 02 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2015.10 on November 06 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.4.2 on November 25 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.1.0 on December 01 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix Bundles 2015.11 on December 03 2015


Mailing list activity
---------------------

 - users@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 416 subscribers (up 5 in the last 3 months):
    - 109 emails sent to list (95 in previous quarter)

 - dev@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 205 subscribers (up 1 in the last 3 months):
    - 194 emails sent to list (112 in previous quarter)

 - issues@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 7 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 549 emails sent to list (441 in previous quarter)

 - commits@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 54 subscribers (up 1 in the last 3 months):
    - 1838 emails sent to list (1623 in previous period)

JIRA activity
-------------

 - 87 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 86 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

16 Sep 2015 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Sam]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

## Project Status

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA has been a bit slow over the
summer, but is picking up again now that we're planning to do new releases.

We have released the first release from the new 6.0.x, which is based on
Karaf 3.0.x and includes numerous new features. We have also provided the
users with a new release 5.5.0, based on Karaf 2.4.x and containing upgrades
to the newest dependencies and some new features. We have also released the
next maintenance releases 5.4.1 and 5.1.6 and 3 sets of OSGi bundles.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

## Community

Currently 49 committers and 22 PMC members in the project. No new PMC members
nor committers were added in the last 3 months. Last committer addition was
Wim Verreydt on July 05 2014. Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on
July 05 2014.

## Community Objectives

After the 6.0.0 release, our goal for the next period is to make the branch
6.0.x as a new stable line of ServiceMix. We're not expecting too much
dependency updates to become available for the 5.1.x, 5.2.x and 5.3.x branches,
but we do plan to keep our release schedule going with the 5.4.x and 5.5.x
releases. We plan to keep a steady release schedule and keep up with new fix
releases of our dependency projects.

We also plan to start the work on the new ServiceMix 7.x line, which should be
based on Karaf 4.x and will include numerous new features and dependency
upgrades.

Our goal for the next months is to improve the documentation and website.

## Releases

 - A set of 77 OSGi bundles on June 19 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.1.6 on June 26 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.2.2 on June 27 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.0 on July 08 2015
 - A set of 67 OSGi bundles on July 13 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.4.1 on July 17 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.5.0 on July 18 2015
 - A set of 42 OSGi bundles on August 09 2015

## Mailing list activity

 - users@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 410 subscribers (down -9 in the last 3 months):
    - 114 emails sent to list (105 in previous quarter)

 - dev@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 204 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 110 emails sent to list (163 in previous quarter)

 - issues@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 7 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 374 emails sent to list (676 in previous quarter)

 - commits@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 53 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 1623 emails sent to list (1409 in previous period)

## JIRA activity

 - 84 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 88 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

17 Jun 2015 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Brett]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status
--------------
The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA is picking up. We had some new
contributions and one new contributor filed iCLAs specifically for contributing
to Apache ServiceMix. We also have been giving a talk about ServiceMix during
an Open Source Day conference in Warsaw.

We have released the second preview of ServiceMix 6.0.0, which is based on
Karaf 3.0.x and includes numerous new features. We have also released the next
maintenance release 5.1.5 and the transition releases between 5.1.x and 5.4.x
line. We have also provided 2 sets of OSGi bundles and 1 set  of OSGi-fied
specs.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community
---------
Currently 49 committers and 22 PMC members in the project. No new PMC members
nor committers were added in the last 3 months. Last committer addition was
Wim Verreydt on July 05 2014. Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on
July 05 2014.

Community Objectives
--------------------
We plan to release the final version of ServiceMix 6 for the beginning of
June.  After the 6.0.0 release, the goal will be to make the branch 6.0.x as a
new stable line of ServiceMix.

For the beginning of June we also plan the next stable release 5.4.1
containing minor depenecy upgrades and bug fixes, and the next release 5.5.0
based on Karaf 2.4.x containing upgrades to the newest dependencies and some
new features. We plan to keep a steady release schedule and keep up with new
fix releases of our dependency projects.

Our goal for the next months is to improve the documentation and website.

Releases
--------

 - Apache ServiceMix 5.1.5 on March 31 2015
 - A set of 76 OSGi bundles on April 02 2015
 - A set of 33 OSGi specs on April 11 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.2.1 on April 14 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.3.2 on April 14 2015
 - A set of 61 OSGi bundles on May 09 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.0.M2 on May 16 2015

Mailing list activity
---------------------

 - users@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 422 subscribers (down -1 in the last 3 months):
    - 123 emails sent to list (95 in previous quarter)

 - dev@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 204 subscribers (down -3 in the last 3 months):
    - 162 emails sent to list (134 in previous quarter)

 - issues@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 7 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 702 emails sent to list (440 in previous quarter)

 - commits@servicemix.apache.org:
    - 53 subscribers (up 0 in the last 3 months):
    - 1409 emails sent to list (1338 in previous period)

JIRA activity
-------------

 - 116 JIRA tickets created in the last 3 months
 - 121 JIRA tickets closed/resolved in the last 3 months

18 Mar 2015 [Krzysztof Sobkowiak / Doug]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status
--------------
The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA has been a bit slow over the year
change, but is picking up again now that we're planning to do new releases.

We have focused on providing users with latest and greatest technology and
worked on upgrade of Karaf, Camel and CXF versions. Apart from the first
release on the 5.4.x branch, based on Karaf 2.4.x, we have released 2 transition
releases on 5.2.x and 5.3.x branches to help people choose the right upgrade
path from the current maintenance release.

We have also released the first preview of ServiceMix 6.0.0, which is based on
Karaf 3.0.x and includes numerous new features.

We have decided to decouple ServiceMix Bundles and ServiceMix Specs from
ServiceMix 4 code and maintain them a separate subprojects. We have also
migrated the source code from svn to git repositories.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community
---------
Since the last board report Krzysztof Sobkowiak has been approved by the board
as a new PMC chair (February 18 2015). No new PMC members nor committers were
added in the last 3 months. Last committer addition was Wim Verreydt on July
05 2014.
Last PMC addition was Krzysztof Sobkowiak on July 05 2014.

Community Objectives
--------------------
After the 5.4.0 release, the goal is to make the branch 5.4.x as a new stable
line of ServiceMix. We plan to keep a steady release schedule and keep up with
new fix releases of our dependency projects.

We're also working towards further 5.x releases and a 6.0.0 release to
provide our users with major version upgrades of Karaf, Camel, CXF.

At the same time, we plan to do some work in order to update the documentation
and migrate it to Asciidoc.

Releases
--------
 - A set of 106 OSGi bundles on December 18 2014
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.2.0 on January 13 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.3.1 on January 24 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 5.4.0 on January 24 2015
 - Apache ServiceMix 6.0.0.M1 on January 31 2015
 - A set of 78 OSGi bundles on February 09 2015

18 Feb 2015

Change the Apache ServiceMix Chair

 WHEREAS, the Board of Directors heretofore appointed Gert Vanthienen
 to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

 WHEREAS, the Board of Directors is in receipt of the resignation
 of Gert Vanthienen from the office of Vice President, Apache
 ServiceMix, and

 WHEREAS, the Project Management Committee of the Apache ServiceMix
 project has chosen by vote to recommend Krzysztof Sobkowiak as the
 successor to the post;

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Gert Vanthienen is relieved
 and discharged from the duties and responsibilities of the office
 of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Krzysztof Sobkowiak be and hereby is
 appointed to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, to
 serve in accordance with and subject to the direction of the
 Board of Directors and the Bylaws of the Foundation until
 death, resignation, retirement, removal or disqualification, or
 until a successor is appointed.

 Special Order 7B, Resolution to Change the Apache ServiceMix
 Chair, was approved by Unanimous Vote of the directors
 present.

17 Dec 2014 [Gert Vanthienen / Greg]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status:

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF and Apache Camel.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA has been a bit slow, but we did
manage to stick to a steady release schedule and get a few new releases out.
Apart from the maintenance releases on the 5.0.x and 5.1.x branches, we also
released a new 5.3.0 version.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community:

No changes since the last board report. Last committer (Wim Verreydt) and
PMC member (Krzysztof Sobkowiak) additions were in July 2014.

Community Objectives:

We're not expecting any more dependency updates to become available for
the 5.0.x branch, but we do plan to keep our release schedule going with
the 5.1.x and 5.3.x releases.

We're also working towards further 5.x releases and a 6.0.0 release to
provide our users with major version upgrades of Karaf, Camel, CXF, ...

Releases:

- A set of 128 bundles in September
- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.4 in September
- Apache ServiceMix 5.1.2 in September
- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.5 in October
- Apache ServiceMix 5.1.3 in October
- Apache ServiceMix 5.3.0 in October
- A set of 65 bundles in October
- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.6 in November
- Apache ServiceMix 5.1.4 in November
- A set of 282 bundles in November

17 Sep 2014 [Gert Vanthienen / Jim]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF and Apache Camel.

With all the version upgrades and the JIRA notifications that go with it,
we decided to create a separate issues@ list to make it easier for people
to notice and contribute to the actual discussions at the dev@ list.

Activity on the mailing lists and in JIRA has been a bit slow over the
summer, but is picking up again now that we're planning to do new releases.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community

Since our last board report, we voted in 1 new committer, Wim Verreydt.
We also invited Krzysztof Sobkowiak to join the PMC.

Community Objectives

After the initial few 5.0.x and 5.1.x releases, the goal is to keep a
steady release schedule and keep up with new fix releases of our
dependency projects.

We're also working towards further 5.x releases and a 6.0.0 release to
provide our users with major version upgrades of Karaf, Camel, CXF, ...

Releases

- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.2 in June
- Apache ServiceMix 5.1.0 in June
- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.3 in July
- Apache ServiceMix 5.1.1 in July
- A set of 35 OSGi bundles in August

18 Jun 2014 [Gert Vanthienen / Bertrand]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status

The project focus of Apache ServiceMix is the assembly of the integration
container, the actual functionality is being maintained in related projects
like Apache Karaf, Apache CXF and Apache Camel.

After the discussion about the future of ServiceMix a few months ago, we
managed to get two new releases out. As a result, activity on the mailing
lists and in JIRA has increased a bit again over the past few months.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community

Since our last board report, we voted in 1 new committer, Krzysztof Sobkowiak.
Last additions to the PMC were made in January 2014.

Community Objectives

After the initial few 5.0.x releases, the goal is to keep a steady release
schedule.  We're also working towards a 5.1.0 and 6.0.0 release to provide
our users with major version upgrades of Karaf, Camel, CXF, ...

At the same time, there's some work being done in order to update the website
and docs.

Releases

- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.0 in March
- A set of 68 OSGi bundle in April
- Apache ServiceMix 5.0.1 in May
- A set of 171 OSGi bundle in June

19 Mar 2014 [Gert Vanthienen / Shane]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status

We have lost a lot of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality
are being maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

In the past month, we've had a discussion on the users@ mailing list about
the status of the project and whether or not ServiceMix is offering any added
value over directly using the related projects. We did get quite a bit of
positive feedback and as a result, we now have more activity again in JIRA
as well as on the mailing lists.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community

Since our last board report, we added 3 new people to the PMC: Dan Kulp,
Jonathan Anstey and Willem Jiang. The last committer was added in November
2011.

Community Objectives

The main goal at the moment is getting the Apache ServiceMix 5.0.0 release
out, in which we will drop support for a few features considered obsolete to
ensure it's easier to keep a steady release schedule in the future.

Releases

- Apache ServiceMix Specs 2.4.0 in January
- A set of 22 OSGi bundles in January
- A set of 67 OSGi bundles in February
- A set of 59 OSGi bundles in March

18 Dec 2013 [Gert Vanthienen / Roy]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status

We have lost a lot of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality
are being maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

Most of the work being done at the moment, is aimed at doing maintenance
releases to keep up with the Apache Camel, CXF, Karaf, ... releases and doing
bundles releases of updated dependencies.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community

No changes since last report.  The last addition to the PMC dates back
to September 2009.  The last committer was added in November 2011.

Community Objectives

Since our last board report, we have finished the 4.5.3 release and we
are continuing to work on our 4.6.0 and 5.0.0 release.

Releases

- A set of 39 OSGi bundles in October
- Apache ServiceMix 4.5.3 in October
- A set of 31 OSGi bundles in November
- A set of 16 OSGi bundles in December

18 Sep 2013 [Gert Vanthienen / Sam]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status:

While we continue to have decent community activity, we also have lost
a lot of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community:

No changes since last report.  The last addition to the PMC dates back
to September 2009.  The last committer was added in November 2011.

Community Objectives:

Since our last board report, we have finished the 4.5.2 release and we
are continuing to work on our 5.0.0 release.

Thanks to the excellent support of the folks at infra@, we now have a
setup in place that allows us to publish some of larger assembly
artifacts ourselves again.

Releases:

- Apache ServiceMix 4.5.2 in July
- A set of 14 OSGi bundles in July
- Another set of 35 OSGi bundles in September

17 Jul 2013 [Gert Vanthienen / Brett]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status:

While we continue to have decent community activity, we also have lost
a lot of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community:

No changes since last report.  The last addition to the PMC dates back
to September 2009.  The last committer was added in November 2011.

Community Objectives:

Since our last board report, we have finished the 4.5.1 release and we
are continuing to work on both a 4.5.2 and 5.0.0 release at the moment.

It was raised on the dev@ list that we can no longer publish release
artifacts larger than 200 MB without intervention from infra@.  Since
some of our assemblies are larger than that, we pinged infra@ to figure
out how to get that addressed for doing these next 2 releases.

Branding Status:

Since our last board report, we have found a volunteer to add the TM
to our logo. The new logo is now being used on the website.

Releases:

- Apache ServiceMix 4.5.1 in March
- A set of 35 OSGi bundles in April
- Another set of 20 OSGi bundles in April
- A set of 24 OSGi bundles in May
- A set of 23 OSGi bundles in July

19 Jun 2013 [Gert Vanthienen / Jim]

No report was submitted.

20 Mar 2013 [Gert Vanthienen / Roy]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status

While we continue to have an active community, we also have lost
some of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community

No changes since last report.

Community Objectives

Since our last board report, we have finished the long-awaited 4.5.0
release.  We're preparing to release 4.5.1 later this month and have
started working on Apache ServiceMix 5.0.0, in which we are dropping
support for some older technology to allow for a more frequent release
cycle.

Documentation and website remain important working topics.

Branding Status

- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Compliant
- Trademark Attributions : Compliant
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant
- Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases

- A set of 49 OSGi bundles in January
- Apache ServiceMix 4.5.0 in February
- A set of 18 OSGi bundles in March

19 Dec 2012 [Gert Vanthienen / Doug]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status

While we continue to have an active community, we also have lost
some of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

There are no outstanding issues requiring board attention.

Community

No changes since last report.

Community Objectives

Since our last board report, we have completed the migration to svnpubsub
for our website and are nearly ready for migrating our distribution area.

Documentation and website remain important working topics.

When releasing OSGi bundles, we are repackaging and wrapping existing
artifacts from other projects.  To ensure these changes get donated/
communicated back to the original community, we now require backlinks
to the corresponding issue in the other project.

Branding Status

- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Compliant
- Trademark Attributions : Compliant
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant
- Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases

- ServiceMix Specs 2.1.0 in October
- A set of 18 OSGi bundles in October
- ServiceMix Specs 2.2.0 in December
- A set of 64 OSGi bundles in December (Vote in progress)

19 Sep 2012 [Gert Vanthienen / Roy]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provide a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.

Project Status:
While we continue to have an active community with good participation from
users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in JIRA, we also have lost
some of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

Community:
No changes since last report.

Community Objectives:
Our current objective is to work on a ServiceMix 4.5.0 release - with all
dependency project releases done, we can start working on getting this out.

Documentation and website remain important working topics - we are looking
into the mandatory migration to svnpubsub at the moment.

When releasing OSGi bundles, we are repackaging and wrapping existing
artifacts from other projects.  To ensure these changes get donated/
communicated back to the original community, we now require backlinks
to the corresponding issue in the other project.

Branding Status:
- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Compliant
- Trademark Attributions : Compliant
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant
- Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases:
- ServiceMix Specs 2.0.0 in June
- Apache ServiceMix 3.4.1 release in July
- A set of 31 OSGi bundles in September

20 Jun 2012 [Gert Vanthienen / Brett]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and
Karaf to provides a complete, enterprise-ready ESB powered by OSGi.


Project Status

While we continue to have an active community with good participation from
users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in JIRA, we also have lost
some of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

With the community objectives mentioned below, we want to ensure a new and
better focus for the Apache ServiceMix project.


Community

No changes since last report.


Community Objectives

One of the things we set out to do was to improve our release schedule in
order to gain some momentum again.  With the initial 4.4.0 release out in
December last year, we managed to get two fix releases out since then.
Our current objective is to work on a ServiceMix 4.5.0 release and then
start doing fix releases on that version as well to ensure we keep our
steady delivery schedule.

We keep on working on the documentation and website to ensure both new and
existing users are finding their way around the project more easily.  One
of the challenges there was the mix of ServiceMix 3.x and ServiceMix 4.x
related content.

Therefore, we recently had a discussion on the mailing list to put the focus
on ServiceMix 4.x entirely and starting to communicate to our user base that
we are no longer planning lots of new activity on the ServiceMix 3.x
branches.  We came up with a plan to do 2 more 3.4.x fix releases until the
end of 2012, but no new minor releases are being planned at the moment.


Branding Status

- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Compliant
- Trademark Attributions : Compliant
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant, mail sent to dev list
 to find volunteer to update the logos
- Project Metadata : Compliant


Releases

- A set of 13 OSGi bundles in March
- A set of 10 OSGi bundles in May
- A set of 24 OSGi bundles in June
- ServiceMix Specs 2.0.0 in June (vote pending)
- ServiceMix 4.4.2 in June

21 Mar 2012

Change the Apache ServiceMix Project Chair

 WHEREAS, the Board of Directors heretofore appointed Guillaume Nodet
 to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

 WHEREAS, the Board of Directors is in receipt of the resignation
 of Guillaume Nodet from the office of Vice President,
 Apache ServiceMix, and

 WHEREAS, the Project Management Committee of the Apache ServiceMix
 project has chosen by vote to recommend Gert Vanthienen as the
 successor to the post;

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Guillaume Nodet is relieved and
 discharged from the duties and responsibilities of the office
 of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Gert Vanthienen be and hereby is
 appointed to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, to
 serve in accordance with and subject to the direction of the
 Board of Directors and the Bylaws of the Foundation until
 death, resignation, retirement, removal or disqualification, or
 until a successor is appointed.

 Special Order 7E, Change the Apache ServiceMix Project Chair,
 was approved by Unanimous Vote of the directors present.

21 Mar 2012 [Guillaume Nodet / Jim]

Project Status
While we continue to have an active community with good participation from
users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira, we also have lost
some of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.
With the community objectives mentioned below, we want to ensure a new and
better focus for the Apache ServiceMix project.

Community
No changes since last report.

Community Objectives
Our current objective is to work on a ServiceMix 4.5.0 release.
We keep on working on the documentation and website to ensure both new and
existing users are finding their way around the project more easily.

Branding Status
* Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
* Website Navigation Links : Compliant
* Trademark Attributions : Non-compliant, will be compliant in new web site.
* Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant, new logo will be
 compliant
* Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases
* ServiceMix 4.4.1 in February
* A set of 23 OSGi bundles in February
* A set of 154 OSGi bundles in January to provide associated sources in the
 maven repository for ease of debugging

21 Dec 2011 [Guillaume Nodet / Doug]

Project Status
==============
While we continue to have an active community with good participation from
users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira, we also have lost
some of our momentum now that major parts of the functionality are being
maintained in related projects like Apache Karaf and Apache Camel.

With the community objectives mentioned below, we want to ensure a new and
better focus for the Apache ServiceMix project.


Community
=========

* Jonathan Anstey has been voted in as a new committer.


Community Objectives
====================

Our current objective is to release ServiceMix 4.4.0: we improved the project
packaging to better meet common use cases and we also optimized our project
structure to allow for more frequent releases of ServiceMix 4.x in the future.
We keep on working on the documentation and website to ensure both new and
existing users are finding their way around the project more easily.

These changes will help us regain the momentum we need to work towards our
second community objective - our next major release, Apache ServiceMix 5.x,
planned for next year, will be where we start adding the necessary additional
features to ensure that the project keeps adding value on top of what Apache
Karaf and Apache Camel are offering.


Branding Status
===============
* Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
* Website Navigation Links : Compliant
* Trademark Attributions : Non-compliant, will be compliant in new web site.
* Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant, new logo will be
compliant
* Project Metadata : Compliant


Releases
========
* ServiceMix Archetypes 2011.01
* ServiceMix Specs 1.9.0
* A set of 5 OSGi bundles in September
* A set of 11 OSGi bundles in October
* A set of 18 OSGi bundles in December

21 Sep 2011

Change the Apache ServiceMix Project Chair

      WHEREAS, the Board of Directors heretofore appointed Chris Custine
      to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

      WHEREAS, the Board of Directors is in receipt of the resignation
      of Chris Custine from the office of Vice President, Apache
      ServiceMix, and

      WHEREAS, the Project Management Committee of the Apache ServiceMix
      project has chosen by vote to recommend Guillaume Nodet as the
      successor to the post;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Chris Custine is relieved and
      discharged from the duties and responsibilities of the office
      of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Guillaume Nodet be and hereby is
      appointed to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, to
      serve in accordance with and subject to the direction of the
      Board of Directors and the Bylaws of the Foundation until
      death, resignation, retirement, removal or disqualification, or
      until a successor is appointed.

 Special Order 7A was approved unanimously by roll call vote.

21 Sep 2011 [Chris Custine / Bertrand]

Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that
unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF, ODE,
Karaf into a powerful runtime platform you can use to build your own
integrations solutions.

Project Status
--------------
We continue to have an active community with high levels of participation from
users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira.

Submitted resolution nominating Guillaume Nodet as PMC Chair.

Community
---------
No new committers or PMC members this quarter.

Branding Status
---------------
- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Compliant
- Trademark Attributions : Non-compliant, will be compliant in new web site.
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant, new logo will be compliant
- Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases
--------
ServiceMix Maven Archetypes 2010.02

ServiceMix External OSGi Bundles
--------------------------------
axiom-api 1.2.12-1
axiom-impl 1.2.12-1
casbah 2.1.2_1
commons-dbcp 1.3_1
ehcache 2.4.3_1
java-apns 0.1.6_2
kxml2 2.3.0_1
lucene 3.3.0_1
netty 3.2.5.Final_1
quartz 1.8.5_1
quartz 2.0.1_1
scalaj-collection 1.0_1
smack 3.2.0_1
xmlsec 1.4.4_3
xstream 1.4_1
antlr 2.7.7_5
antlr 3.0.1_6
jsoup 1.5.2_1
junit 4.9_1
jzlib 1.0.7_1
saaj-impl 1.3.9_1
scala-compiler 2.9.1_1
scala-library 2.9.1_1
xstream 1.4.1_1
openjpa 1.2.1_5

15 Jun 2011 [Chris Custine / Roy]

Status report for the Apache ServiceMix project - June 2011

Project Status
--------------
We continue to have an active community with high levels of participation
from users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira.

No issues for the board to consider.

Community
---------
No new committers or PMC members this quarter.

Community Objectives
--------------------
Roadmap - The maintenance release of ServiceMix 3.4 is nearly ready
pending some upstream dependency releases. Discussions on ServiceMix 4.4
and 5.0 releases have stabilized a feature roadmap and some work toward
these releases is already underway.

Web Site and Documentation - Work is underway to move the web site content
from the Confluence export plugin to being static generated content with
some community managed content remaining as wiki pages in Confluence.  As
part of this effort we are updating our logo, branding and web site
content to reflect the "Apache Project Branding Requirements".  The
community is also creating new documentation that will be maintained with
each release so that we can provide release specific docs that are self
contained. A preview of the new documentation has been made available
here: http://servicemix.apache.org/docs/4.3.0-SNAPSHOT/

Branding Status
---------------
- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Compliant
- Trademark Attributions : Non-compliant, will be compliant in new web site.
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant, new logo will be compliant
- Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases
--------
ServiceMix Specs 1.8.0
ServiceMix JBI Maven Plugin 4.5

ServiceMix External OSGi Bundles
--------------------------------
antlr-runtime-3.2
commons-dbcp-1.4
javassist-3.12.GA
perf4j-0.9.13
rjc-0.6.3
bcprov-jdk15 1.46_1
bcprov-jdk16 1.46_1
cometd-java-server 2.1.1_1
derbynet 10.7.1.1_1
derbynet 10.8.1.2_1
ehcache 2.3.0_3
freemarker 2.3.16_1
freemarker 2.3.17_1
java-apns 0.16_1
java-xmlbuilder 0.3_1
java-xmlbuilder 0.4_1
javax-inject 1_1
jetty 6.1.25_3
jetty 6.1.26_3
jetty-bundle 6.1.22_4
jetty-bundle 6.1.24_4
jruby 1.5.2_1
jruby 1.5.6_1
mybatis 3.0.4_1
netty 3.2.4.Final_1
oauth-commons 20100527_1
scala-compiler 2.9.0_1
scala-library 2.9.0_1
struts-core 2.2.1.1_1
struts-xwork 2.2.1.1_1
wsdl4j 1.6.2_5
freemarker 2.3.18
xmlsec 1.4.5
gae-1.4.3
gdata-1.41.1
guava-09
fop-1.0
batik-1.7
xmlgraphics-commons-1.4
dbunit-2.2
japex-1.2.3
hadoop-core-0.20.203.0
velocity-1.7
velocity-1.6.2
velocity-1.6.4
avalon-framework-4.3.1

16 Mar 2011 [Chris Custine / Greg]

Project Status
--------------

We continue to have an active community with high levels of participation
from users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira.

No issues for the board to consider.

Community
---------

* Voted and accepted Ioannis Canellos as Committer

Community Objectives
--------------------
Roadmap - The community has spent the last 3 months discussing the future
roadmap for ServiceMix 4.4 and 5.0 with healthy participation by interested
parties (both committers and users participating).  A maintenance release
for ServiceMix 3.4 is also being discussed.

Web Site and Documentation - Work is underway to move the web site content
from the Confluence export plugin to being static generated content with
some community managed content remaining as wiki pages in Confluence.  As
part of this effort we are updating our logo, branding and web site content
to reflect the "Apache Project Branding Requirements".  The community is
also creating new documentation that will be maintained with each release
so that we can provide release specific docs that are self contained.

Branding Status
---------------
- Project Naming And Descriptions : Compliant
- Website Navigation Links : Partial compliance (need to standardize link
 text) will achieve compliance in pending new web site.
- Trademark Attributions : Non-compliant, will be compliant in new web site.
- Logos and Graphics : Current logo is not compliant, new logo will
 be compliant
- Project Metadata : Compliant

Releases
--------
ServiceMix Features 4.3.0 (Main ESB Distribution)
ServiceMix Components 2010.02
ServiceMix Specs 1.7.0
ServiceMix Utils 1.4.0
ServiceMix NMR 1.3.0
ServiceMix NMR 1.4.0

15 Dec 2010 [Chris Custine / Greg]

Apache ServiceMix is an open source ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) that combines
the functionality of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and an Event Driven
Architecture (EDA) to create an agile, enterprise ESB.

Status report for the Apache ServiceMix project - December 2010

Project Status
--------------

We continue to have an active community with high levels of participation from
users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira.

No issues for the board to consider.

Community
---------

* Voted and accepted Willem Jiang as Comitter
* Voted and accepted Johan Edstrom as Comitter

Community Objectives
--------------------

We are in the process of releasing ServiceMix 4.3.0 and associated
dependencies. Several community members are working on a new documentation
site as well as public web site and project logo.

Releases
--------

Core Project
* ServiceMix Utils 1.3.0
* ServiceMix Specs 1.6.0
* JBI Maven Plugin 4.4.0

OSGi Bundles (Versions of these libraries with added OSGi metadata)
* ASM 3.1_1
* ASM 3.3_1
* Castor 1.3.1_1
* ehcache 1.6.2_1
* ehcache 2.0.1_1
* ehcache 2.1.1_1
* ehcache 2.2.0_1
* ehcache 2.3.0_1
* Guice 2.0_1
* jasypt 1.7_1
* javassist 3.9.0.GA_1
* javassist 3.11.0.GA_1
* jaxb-impl 2.2.1.1_1
* jaxb-xjc 2.2.1.1_1
* jaxp-ri 1.4.4_1
* jetty 6.1.26_1
* lucene 3.0.3_1
* mongodb 2.3_1
* mvel 2.0.18_1
* netty 3.2.3.Final_1
* qpid 0.6.0_1
* quartz 1.8.4_1
* quickfix 1.5.0_1
* restlet 1.1.10_1
* rhino 1.7R2_1
* scala-compiler 2.8.1_1
* scala-library 2.8.1_1
* shiro 1.1.0_1
* velocity 1.7_1
* xmlsec 1.4.4_1
* dozer-5.3.0
* drools-5.1.1
* hsqldb-1.8.0.7
* hsqldb-1.8.0.10
* jain-sip-ri-1.2.154
* javassist-3.12.ga
* jaxb-xjc-2.1.13
* jetty-6.1.25
* jsch-0.1.44
* mybatis-3.0.2

20 Oct 2010 [Chris Custine / Noirin]

Status report for the Apache ServiceMix project - September 2010 (Missed
2010-09-15, resubmitted for 2010-10-20)

Project Status
--------------

We continue to have an active community with high levels of participation
from users on mailing lists, IRC, and issue reporting in Jira.

No issues for the board to consider.

Community
---------

* Voted and accepted Dan Kulp as Comitter
* Chris Custine assumed role as PMC Chair


Community Objectives
--------------------

We are currently working towards a release of ServiceMix 4.3.0 and
associated
dependencies. This will be the primary objective for the next quarter.

We are actively pursuing new methods of maintaining our static web site as
well as documentation for each release. Page naming limitations of
Confluence
make it difficult to maintain multiple versions of documentation for fix
releases and historic reference.

Releases
--------

Core Project
* Components 2010.01
* Archetypes 2010.01

OSGi Bundles (Versions of these libraries with added OSGi metadata)
* commons-vfs-1.0_4
* jetty-bundle-6.1.24_1
* jsmpp-2.1.0_1
* quartz-1.8.3_1
* scala-compiler-2.8.0.RC7_1
* scala-library-2.8.0.RC7_1
* AspectJ 1.6.8
* Castor 0.9.6
* Commons Attributes 2.1
* Commons Beanutils 1.8.2
* Commons Collections 3.2.1
* Commons Configuration 1.4
* Commons Digester 1.8
* Commons IO 1.4
* Flatpack 3.2.0
* Groovy 1.6.3
* Javassist 3.7.GA
* JAXB Impl 2.1.13
* Jaxen 1.1.1
* jCIFS 0.8.3
* Jetty Cometd 6.1.22
* JiBX 1.1.3
* JRuby 1.4.0
* jSCH 0.1.43
* jSTL 1.1.2
* Lucene 3.0.0
* mvel 1.3.16
* OpenJPA 2.0.0
* POI 3.6
* Protobuf 2.3.0
* QDox 1.5
* Quartz 1.8.1
* Quartz 1.8.2
* Regexp 1.3
* Rome 1.0
* Saxon 9.1.0.8
* Scala 2.8.0
* Stax Utils 20040917
* Velocity 1.6.4
* Woodstox 3.2.9
* xFire 1.2.5
* XmlBeans 1.2.5
* xmlpull 1.1.3.1
* Jasypt 1.6_1
* Hibernate Validator 4.1.0.Final_1

22 Sep 2010 [Chris Custine / Roy]

No report was received this month. Please report next month. AI Roy follow up with project.

16 Jun 2010

Change the Apache ServiceMix Project Chair

 WHEREAS, the Board of Directors heretofore appointed Guillaume Nodet
 to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

 WHEREAS, the Board of Directors is in receipt of the resignation
 of Guillaume Nodet from the office of Vice President, Apache
 ServiceMix, and

 WHEREAS, the Project Management Committee of the Apache ServiceMix
 project has chosen by vote to recommend Chris Custine as the
 successor to the post;

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Guillaume Nodet is relieved and
 discharged from the duties and responsibilities of the office
 of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, and

 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Chris Custine be and hereby is
 appointed to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, to
 serve in accordance with and subject to the direction of the
 Board of Directors and the Bylaws of the Foundation until
 death, resignation, retirement, removal or disqualification, or
 until a successor is appointed.

 Special Order 7D, Change the Apache ServiceMix Project Chair,
 was approved by Unanimous Vote of the directors present.

16 Jun 2010 [Guillaume Nodet / Jim]

The following releases have been performed:
* Components 2010.01
* ServiceMix 3.3.2
* ServiceMix JBI Maven plugin 4.3.1
* ServiceMix 4.2.0
* ServiceMix Specs 1.5.0
* OSGi bundles:
 ** cometd-java-server-1.0.1_1
 ** hibernate-validator-4.0.2.GA_1
 ** jsendnsca-core-1.3.1_1
 ** jsch-0.1.42_1
 ** jdt-core-3.2.3_3
 ** smack-3.1.0_1
 ** lucene-3.0.1_1
 ** opensaml-1.1_4


Charles Moulliard has been voted in as a ServiceMix
committer.

Submitted a resolution for Chris Custine to become the new
PMC chair.

The community is healthy and diverse.  No issues for the
board to consider.

17 Mar 2010 [Guillaume Nodet / Jim]

The following releases have been performed:
* commons-pool 1.4_1 bundle
* commons-pool 1.5.4_1 bundle
* dozer 5.2.0 bundle
* jetty 6.1.22 bundle
* protobuf 2.2.0 bundle
* JBI maven plugin 4.2
* JBI maven plugin 4.3

In progress:
* 2010.01 servicemix components release is under vote
* ServiceMix 3.3.2, ServiceMix NMR 1.1 and ServiceMix 4.2
 releases will be started as soon as components are released
* DocBook based documentation is progressing

No change in the committers or pmc members list.

Note that the report was submitted late.

16 Dec 2009 [Guillaume Nodet / Roy]

The following releases have been performed:
* servicemix-pom 4
* servicemix-utils 1.2.0
* servicemix-specs 1.40
* several osgi bundles from third party
 libraries (quartz 1.6.6, juel 2.1.1, ...)
The POMs include mainly cleanup and dependencies upgrade
in preparation for the next components release iteration.

The SMX 4.1 release is on the road, including new Felix
Karaf and components release.

No changes in the committers or pmc members list.

Greg asked about third-party licenses, Brett indicated that they have approval from legal (http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LEGAL-20).

23 Sep 2009 [Guillaume Nodet / Doug]

A new version of servicemix-exec component is ready to be release. A vote
will be proposed soon. This new version supports WSDL publishing with JAXB
data binding. The WSDL support for most of components is on the road. Using
WSDL, the component can be "self documented" and support multi-action.

A new component has begun: the RMI component. This binding component works
in provider or consumer mode. In consumer mode, it binds a new entry in the
ServiceMix registry and transforms the RMI invocation into a XML request
(data binding). In provider mode, it get the RMI stub on the remote
interface and call an external RMI endpoint. In the same way, it uses data
binding to transform the RMI invocation request/response into a XML
compliant message (sent into the NMR).

The LDAP component WSDL support has begun.

Work started switching to Apache Felix Karaf as the OSGi container/runtime
and will probably be part of 4.1.0 release which is scheduled for approx.
September/October 2009.

A refactoring of the ServiceMix documentation has begun using DocBook to
generate a manual page. For now, the documentation is in sandbox. The
purpose is to provide a multi-format enterprise documentation and promote it
with the new website.

Eoghan Glynn has been voted in as a new ServiceMix committer.

17 Jun 2009 [Guillaume Nodet / Henning]

We have release ServiceMix 4.0.0, which includes a bunch of subprojects
released:
 * a set of 21 osgi bundles for third party dependencies
 * ServiceMix Kernel 1.1.0
 * ServiceMix NMR 1.0.0
 * JBI components 2009.01 release
 * 4 maven plugins (depends-maven-plugin 1.1, features-maven-plugin 1.1,
      jbi-maven-plugin 4.1, xfire-maven-plugin 4.1)
 * ServiceMix Utils 1.1.0
 * ServiceMix 4.0.0
Following our JBI component roadmap, a new component has been released:
 * ServiceMix Exec

Apache ServiceMix Kernel has been donated as Karaf to the Apache Felix TLP
and a few committers have been granted commit rights to Felix to continue
the work on Karaf.

We are mentoring a Google Summer of Code project: Marcin Wilkos is building
a web-based management console for ServiceMix 4 on top of the Felix Web
Console. At this time, most of his work is targeted at the new Apache Felix
Karaf project.

From an infrastructure perspective, we started using Hudson for doing CI
builds. The Apache infra team has also set up the Nexus instance at
http://repository.apache.org so we can now use if for staging our releases
under vote.

There has been no new committers / pmc members this quarter.

18 Mar 2009 [Guillaume Nodet / Bill]

Development continues towards a release of ServiceMix 4, while we also
keep on working on improving and stabilizing ServiceMix 3.  The
upcoming release already gets a fair share of the attention on the
mailing, with early adopters helping out by testing, raising issues
and suggesting improvements.


Preparing for our next major release, we have released:
* ServiceMix Specs 1.2.0
* a set of 13 osgi bundles for 3thd party dependencies

We have added 4 new committers to the project:
- Ulhas Bhole
- Jamie Goodyear

- Edell Nolan
- Jean-Baptiste Onofre

The last board report already mentioned the addition of Gianfranco
Boccalon and Andrea Zopello, whose ICLAs have also been processed in
meanwhile.

In the PMC, we welcome Chris Custine as our newest member!


A Google Analytics Privacy Policy page has been set up and a link has
been added to the footer of all our website pages.

17 Dec 2008 [Guillaume Nodet / Justin]

Since September report, ServiceMix has released the following things:
* ServiceMix Kernel 1.0.0
* ServiceMix NMR 1.0.0-m2
* ServiceMix NMR 1.0.0-m3
* ServiceMix Specs 1.1.0
* ServiceMix Specs 1.1.1
* ServiceMix maven plugins (jbi-maven-plugin 4.0, res-maven-plugin 4.0, xfire-maven-plugin 4.0 ,features-maven-plugin 1.0 ,checksum-maven-plugin 1.0)
* several osgi bundles for 3thd party dependencies
* JBI components in version 2008.01
* ServiceMix 3.2.3
* ServiceMix 3.3
* new JBI binding component for SNMP protocol (servicemix-snmp)

A number of committers have been voted:
* Gianfranco Boccalon
* Andrea Zopello
Their ICLAs have not been processed yet.

We have voted one more committer but his employer seems to have concerns
so the invitation will remain open.

The PMC contains a new member:
* Lars Heinemann

SSHD, a Java based SSH server / client library originally developed
for ServiceMix Kernel / Geronimo GShell integration as the default
remoting protocol has been accepted as a new Apache Mina subproject.

The board is pleased with the cooperation and collaboration that this project demonstrated with other TLPs in the foundation.

17 Sep 2008 [Guillaume Nodet / Jim]

 Since the last report, ServiceMix has released the following things:
 * First set of OSGi bundles
 * ServiceMix Specs 1.0.1
 * ServiceMix 3.2.2
 * ServiceMix Kernel 1.0.0-rc2
 * Second set of OSGi bundles
 * ServiceMix Specs 1.1.0
 * depends-maven-plugin 1.0 (a maven plugin used in some of our projects)
 * ServiceMix Kernel 1.0.0 is currently under vote

The ServiceMix Specs project contains OSGi enhanced versions of some Java
EE specifiations.  Those are mostly repackaged versions of ASL licensed
specs, but it also contains full code of some specifications too (the JBI
specification and the JAXB specifications that were needed to be able to
enhance them for OSGi).  We've discussed moving at least those JAXB specs
to Geronimo, but no work has been done on that so far.

The ServiceMix Bundles project contains jars repackaged as OSGi bundles
which are used in ServiceMix 4.x.

The JBI components from ServiceMix 3.x have now been extracted into their
own svn subtree to be able to release them independently and share them
between ServiceMix 3.x and 4.x.  The short term goal is to release those
as well as ServiceMix 3.3 and new milestones of ServiceMix 4.0 in the
coming weeks.

The ServiceMix zone has been set up and we will work on putting live demos
of ServiceMix when time permits.

25 Jun 2008 [Guillaume Nodet / Geir]

In the three months that passed since our latest board report, there
were no changes to the committer base or PMC.  With the existing team
however, we had a lot of activity on ServiceMix 4:

- the release of ServiceMix NMR 1.0-m1 in the second half or March

- the release of ServiceMix Kernel 1.0-m3 in May

- the release of ServiceMix Kernel 1.0.0-rc1 in June
 ServiceMix Kernel by now provides a stable OSGi runtime with a very
 nice feature set.  The recent release of ServiceMix Kernel 1.0.0-rc1
 is the first step in getting an official ServiceMix Kernel 1.0 out.

 Meanwhile, development also continues on ServiceMix 3.

- ServiceMix 3.2.2 (a bugfix release) will be released as soon as new
 versions of some core components are available

- for the next major release (ServiceMix 3.3), we already have some
 new features done as well (e.g. a JBI compliant mail component,
 scripting service engine with JSR-223 support)

- we are planning to split the JBI components into a separate
 subproject, which should make it easier to re-use them in ServiceMix 4
 (or other JBI-compliant products).  This work has already started and
 one of the main driver was to be able to have shorter release cycles
 (due to the great number of dependant projects, it is very difficult
 to find a time window where we don't depend on snapshots).

Most concerns from the previous board report have been dealt with;
work on creation of the ServiceMix zone is still ongoing (INFRA-1564).

19 Mar 2008 [Guillaume Nodet / Henning]

Community
=========
Added the following committers:
* Chris Custine
* Jeff Yu (account request pending)
* Lars Heinemann

Releases
========
* Apache ServiceMix Kernel 1.0-m2

Development
===========
 * ServiceMix 3.2 and 3.3 are actively
   maintained, with new components being
   included in the 3.3 trunk (OSWorkflow
   and Mail)
 * Work is being done to improve the
   documentation
 * ServiceMix 4 is being developed with
   a new milestone of the Kernel done, a
   milestone of the NMR currently being
   released

Issues
======
* we need to take care of the export policy,
  as some JBI components include libraries
  subject to such requirements
* we have requested a solaris zone to root
* discussions around importing a JBoss
  plugin seem to have reached an agreement
  that it should be doable
* we have also raised some questions about
  repackaging some third party libraries
  not under ASL 2.0 license to add OSGi
  manifest entries and redistribute them

19 Dec 2007 [Guillaume Nodet / Geir]

This report for December is the third monthly report since ServiceMix
graduation.

ServiceMix resources have been completely moved out of the Incubator area.
We have reorganized the svn subtree so that both ServiceMix 3.x and 4.x
versions can coexist.

We have released ServiceMix 3.2.1 on December the 2nd. Work is continuing
on ServiceMix 4.0: a subproject Apache ServiceMix Runtime has been
extracted and should be released this month.

On the community side, Freeman Fang has accepted the proposed PMC
membership (the vote was being held at the time the previous board
meeting took place).  Kristian's account has been created.

Approved by General Consent.

14 Nov 2007 [Guillaume Nodet / Henri]

This report for November is the second report since ServiceMix
graduation.

ServiceMix  resources  have not been completely moved yet.  The web site
has moved to its final location (http://servicemix.apache.org) but the
mailing lists and svn have not been touched.

We have released ServiceMix 3.2 on November 7th. Work is continuing on
ServiceMix 4.0 and we aim for a milestone release before the end of the
year.

A new PMC member has just been voted in.

Approved by General Consent.

17 Oct 2007 [Guillaume Nodet / Geir]

This report for October is the first report since ServiceMix graduation
last month.

ServiceMix resources have not been moved yet. Hopefully everything will
be sorted out soon.

We have released our first non incubating version of ServiceMix, the
3.1.2  version, on September 25th.  We are currently preparing for our
next big release, ServiceMix 3.2, which is planned for the end of
October. Work has started on the next major version 4.0 which will be
based on OSGi.

On the community side, both developer and user community are very
active. A new committer has been voted in.

Jim tasked with getting the word out (presumably via Marvin) that project reports are expected to be in text/plain format.

Approved as revised by General Consent.

19 Sep 2007

Establish the Apache ServiceMix project

     WHEREAS, the Board of Directors deems it to be in the best
     interests of the Foundation and consistent with the Foundation's
     purpose to establish a Project, to be known as "Apache ServiceMix
     Project", related to an extensible messaging bus for service
     integration, mediation and composition and its related
     components, for distribution at no charge to the public.

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that a Project Management
     Committee (PMC) is hereby established pursuant to Bylaws of the
     Foundation; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the Apache ServiceMix PMC be and hereby is charged
     with the creation and maintenance of "Apache ServiceMix"; and be
     it further

     RESOLVED, that the office of "Vice President, Apache ServiceMix"
     be and hereby is created, the person holding such office to serve
     at the direction of the Board of Directors as the chair of the
     Apache ServiceMix PMC, and to have primary responsibility for
     management of the projects within the scope of responsibility of
     the Apache ServiceMix PMC; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the persons listed immediately below be and hereby
     are appointed to serve as the initial members of the Apache
     ServiceMix PMC:

          * Hiram Chirino <chirino@apache.org>
          * Adrian Co <aco@apache.org>
          * Rob Davies <rajdavies@apache.org>
          * Philips Dodds <pdodds@apache.org>
          * Jeff Genender <jgenender@apache.org>
          * Matt Hogstrom <hogstrom@apache.org>
          * David Jencks <djencks@apache.org>
          * Jacek Laskowski <jlaskowski@apache.org>
          * Jonas Lim <jlim@apache.org>
          * Aaron Mulder <ammulder@apache.org>
          * Guillaume Nodet <gnodet@apache.org>
          * Bruce Snyder <bsnyder@apache.org>
          * James Strachan <jstrachan@apache.org>
          * Thomas Termin <tterm@apache.org>
          * Gert Vanthienen <gertv@apache.org>

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Guillaume Nodet be
     appointed to the office of Vice President, Apache ServiceMix, to
     serve in accordance with and subject to the direction of the
     Board of Directors and the Bylaws of the Foundation until death,
     resignation, retirement, removal or disqualification, or until a
     successor is appointed; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the Apache ServiceMix Project be and hereby is
     tasked with the migration and rationalization of the Apache
     Incubator ServiceMix podling; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that all responsibilities pertaining to the Apache
     Incubator ServiceMix podling encumbered upon the Apache Incubator
     PMC are hereafter discharged.

 Special Order 7A, Establish the Apache ServiceMix project, was
 approved by Unanimous Vote.

29 Aug 2007

The ServiceMix community has voted for graduation and the Incubator PMC has
voted to accept ServiceMix graduation as a TLP (Guillaume Nodet has been
voted as the PMC chair).

ServiceMix 3.1.1 has been released on 04/Jul/07, and we are planning a 3.1.2
after graduation has completed. A 3.2 release is also planned for end of
september / early october.

Discussion on the next major version 4.0 have begin on the mailing list.

Thomas Termin and Gert Vanthienen has joined the PPMC.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 May 2007

ServiceMix is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) built on Java Business
Integration (JBI, aka JSR 208).  The project has been in incubation since
18.11.2005.

Since the last board report, three new committers have been voted in (Alex
Boisvert, Thomas Termin and Gert Vanthienen), which brings the total number
of committers to 30.

The team started the process to release a bug fix version of ServiceMix
(3.1.1).  In the meanwhile, development efforts continue towards a new major
release, with new features, version updates of core libraries (ActiveMQ,
XBean, Geronimo, ...) and improved ease of development for the end users
(Maven Archetypes).  Also, additional quality assurance tools are being
integrated into the project build cycle to improve the existing codebase.

Since there appear to be no more outstanding issues for graduation, the
discussion about this has recently started on the mailing lists.  The
majority of the community agrees that a top-level project would be more
suitable, considering the size of the project and the community supporting
it.

''iPMC Comments:''
 * jukka: +1 to graduation plans

21 Feb 2007

iPMC Reviewers: brett, dims, jerenkrantz, yoavs, jukka, twl, noel

ServiceMix is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) built on Java Business
Integration (JBI, aka JSR 208).

Since our last report, ServiceMix has voted in one new committer, Eric
Dofonsou, but his account has not been created yet as his CLA has not been
recorded yet.
The user community is very active and we have lots of contributors
submitting patches which is a good sign that the developer community will
continue to grow with a good heterogeneity.

The 3.1 released has just been voted by the incubator PMC and has been
officially released on Feb. 12.  This release is an important release and
includes lots of new features, improvements and bug fixes. Roadmap for next
releases has not been discussed yet.

The confluence WIKI which is used for the main site was previously hosted at
goopen.org.  It has been moved to the ASF so that all the resources are now
hosted at the ASF.

iPMC questions / comments:
* JE: Mentors should inform Eric regarding email transmission of CLAs
 instead of faxes.
* jukka: Sounds good, any missing steps before graduation?

----

16 Aug 2006

ServiceMix has released its second milestone at the end of June.
Another release is planned for end of August / beginning September.
The main plan for the comming months is to release a 3.0 final, by
improving test/samples/documentation.

The TCK for JBI has been given to committers that have asked for it
and have signed the NDA.  While we are waiting for a specific mailing
list / svn tree to put TCK specific resources, some work has been
started.

Lots of people seem interesting in contributing to ServiceMix and/or
becoming commiters, so there is a good chance that the developer
community will grew in the following months.  We are in the process of
accepting several code contributions: an Eclipse plugin for ServiceMix
which would complete the tooling based on Maven 2, and some new JBI
components.

15 Mar 2006

We are in the process of preparing a milestone release.

18 Jan 2006

The full status of incubation is at
http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/ServiceMix_Incubation. In summary we're most
of the way through incubation now, things have been progressing very well;
the code is clean and using mostly Apache-compliant libraries (more on that
below), it has the correct copyright notices and is in the
org.apache.servicemix namespace and is generally working well now. We've got
the software grants sorted and most developers have their CLAs on file and
accounts created (we've a few more to do once we know the CLAs are on file).

Our main outstanding issues are now

creating the website at Apache (should be done in the next week or so)

getting a definitive answer on if we are allowed to use CDDL software such
as the JAXB2 Reference Implementation. We have so far not seen a definitive
answer anywhere and so are continuing to use it unless we are given
guidenence that we should not.