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From David Sean Taylor <david.sean.tay...@bbc.co.uk>
Subject RE: Jakarta Newsletter - Request For Content
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 15:55:33 GMT
Hi Rob,

Jetspeed did not put out a release in August. The current version is in the
cvs head is 1.4b2-dev.
The lastest release available is 1.4b1

Here is a summary of what's happened in August. Could you please add it to
the Jakarta newsletter,

Thanks,

David

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1) Updating jars to the current production versions(Paul)

   We updated as many Jars as we could to the latest versions without
breaking the dependencies...

	
2) Added portlet usage tracking/statistics (Mark)

   This new features makes use of Log4J to log portlet usage statistics in
common log format (Apache CLF), which can then be analyzed by tools such as
WebTrends to produce portlet usage statistics.

   Example of logging:

10.177.70.135 - admin [27/Aug/2002:10:23:32 CDT] "GET /jetspeed/UserBrowser
HTTP/1.0" 200 -
10.177.70.135 - admin [27/Aug/2002:10:23:37 CDT] "GET
/jetspeed/GlobalAdminPortlet HTTP/1.0" 200 -
10.177.70.135 - admin [27/Aug/2002:10:23:44 CDT] "GET
/jetspeed/PortletBrowser HTTP/1.0" 200 -
10.177.70.135 - admin [27/Aug/2002:10:23:48 CDT] "GET /jetspeed/PsmlBrowser
HTTP/1.0" 200 -
10.177.70.135 - admin [27/Aug/2002:10:23:59 CDT] "GET /jetspeed/PsmlForm
HTTP/1.0" 200 -
10.177.70.184 - turbine [27/Aug/2002:10:22:55 CDT] "POST
/jetspeed/StockQuote HTTP/1.0" 200 -
10.177.70.184 - turbine [27/Aug/2002:10:22:56 CDT] "POST
/jetspeed/http://www.xmlhack.com/rsscat.php HTTP/1.0" 200 -


3) Added Dutch, Japanese, Italian, Malaysian, and Norwegian Jetspeed
Localization files

   That now makes 9 total languages supported (de,en,es,fr,it,ja,my,nl,no)


4) Implemented style checking for the source code (Paul)

   The build has been updated to automatically check for the availability of
the CheckStyle tool (http://checkstyle.soureforge.net)
   and run a style check on the Jetspeed source to ensure that all committed
code is adhering to Jakarta coding standards.


5) Implemented portlet parameters presentation styles (Mark)

   Custom presentation styles or "widgets" allow for portlet parameters to
have a presentation style associated with them.
   The implementation can be found in the new package:
org.apache.jetspeed.modules.parameters
   Initial Widgets are: checkbox, checkbox group, listbox, ant textarea.


6) Implemented Owner authorization security in the security model (Paul)

   Jetspeed Authorization has added support for declarative security
definitions to specify that only the owner of the resource is allowed
access.
   In the security registry, a new element has been added to the <access>
element, the <allow-if-owner> element:

        <access action="*">
            <allow-if-owner/>
        </access>


7) Implemented Reference configuration in the Customizer (Paul)

   The customizer now supports placing references to other other PSML
resources.
   Previously, the PSML had to be edited by hand in order to include a
reference.
   Thus references are defined in one common PSML resource, and then can be
included as a common set of portlets into another PSML resource.


8) Implemented on-line psml import/export facility (Mark)

   Useful for users who store the PSML resources in the database. This
feature works online, the system does not need to be brought down.


9) Added four new live RSS News feeds, contributed by the BBC (David)

   The BBC contributed four live RSS News feeds to Jetspeed, which have been
incorporated into the portlet registry for anyone to use.
   The news feeds are updated every minute (FrontPage Headline News, World
News, Technology, UK News)

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rob Oxspring [mailto:roxspring@apache.org] 
> Sent: 03 September 2002 13:13
> To: commons-dev@jakarta.apache.org; 
> james-dev@jakarta.apache.org; 
> jetspeed-dev@jakarta.apache.org; 
> jmeter-dev@jakarta.apache.org; poi-dev@jakarta.apache.org; 
> slide-dev@jakarta.apache.org; struts-dev@jakarta.apache.org; 
> tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org; 
> turbine-dev@jakarta.apache.org; turbine-maven-dev@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Jakarta Newsletter - Request For Content
> 
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> Sorry for the cross post but I'd like to encourage as many 
> contributions to the Jakarta Newsletter as possible.
> 
> So, what are the chances of someone from each list to send me 
> a sumamry of august's activity?  I've been through EyeBrowse 
> on nagoya <http://archives.apache.org/eyebrowse/> and have 
> picked out subjects that might be candidates for inclusion... 
> though understand that this is purely what struck me as 
> interesting based on subject and thread size - feel free to 
> ignore the guess work.  Surely Tomcat / Maven / Commons 
> should be able to pull something together at least - there 
> are about 5000 messages between you guys!
> 
> If you could get items to me by 4-Sep-2002 6pm GMT it would 
> be great - if the deadline is too tight then talk to me - let 
> me know when you can get something to me and the newsletter 
> can be postponed if needed.
> 
> I'm not subscribed to all the lists so either aim for 
> general@jakarta.apache.org or directly to me if you want my attention.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Rob
> 
> 
> 
> James: 686 messages
>     IMAP Appending?
>     IMAP cvs
>     Anti Spammer stuff?
>     NNTP auth
>     Should we remove ant?
>     Pheonix 4
>     Random Version Question Time
>     SMTP RFCs
> 
> Jetspeed: 353 messages
>     Portlet API
> 
> JMeter: 445 messages
>     Mail protocols
>     JMeter 1.7.3 available
> 
> POI:
>     no messages on nagoya? - anything the outside world 
> should have known about?
> 
> Slide: 611 messages
>     WebDAV Client, HttpClient and Commons
>     New database schema problems
>     J2EEStore and specials characters
>     New J2EE stores: subselects
> 
> Struts: 574 messages
>     Multiple RequestProcessors
>     Status on Struts-EL
>     concerns about Struts
>     Figuring out which commons library versions to get source for
>     DynaForm and Converters
> 
> Tomcat 1637
>     jakarta-servleapi-5
>     JSR77 and JSR88
>     tomcat crashes
>     Spec question: RE BUG 12052
>     Chuid - merging code from daemon into jk2
>     AJP13,Tomcat404 and SSL
>     Jasper 2
>     [5] Proposal: webapp startup
>     Watchdog aggregation of headers may be incorrect
>     [5] [TODO] Config first task
>     [5.0] [PROPOSAL] Refactored mapper
>     [5][PATCH]Run Watchdog from the jakarta-tomcat-5 build.xml
>     [5.0] Build notes
>     Here we go again - mod_webapp and mod_rewrite
>     [5] launcher/deamon
>     [5] commons-logging
>     New coyote branch
> 
> Turbine: 217+sublists - can split up into subsections if its 
> easier to write something.
> 
> Maven: 1152
>     clover plugin - does it work yet?
>     Integrations with JXR through Maven.
>     Writing Plugins for B5
>     JXR redux
>     Proposal] mirror plugin
>     Checkstyle plugin not working
>     Ready to release beta-6
>     [PROPOSAL] Artifacts others than jars
>     Standard Project defaults via inheritance
>     [PROPOSAL] POM extensibility and plugins
>     Eclipse plugin
>     FYI - from Centipede
>     SourceExclusions
>      ibiblio jta jar not named correctly
>      what happened?
> 
> Commons: 2411 messages - should probably be separate contribs 
> per component as last month
>     Utils contructors
> 
>     Discovery - I / II  / III / code/design review [was Re: 
> The exegesis]
>     HttpClient
>     Jelly
>     Lang - StringUtils / release foci  / system properties / OS Family
>     Logging - I18n
>     Collections - Primitives
>     JJAR
> 
> 
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