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From Steve Blackmon <>
Subject [VOTE] Release Apache Streams Project version 0.2-incubating (rc3)
Date Wed, 22 Apr 2015 16:57:18 GMT
This is the second incubator release for Apache Streams, with the
artifacts being versioned as 0.2-incubating.

All blocking issues raised during IPMC voting for rc2 have been addressed.

Specifically, we've removed all test data of indeterminate license, or
containing any potentially personally identifiable information from
this release candidate, and started a discussion regarding the matter
on legal-discuss.


We are requesting at least one additional IPMC member vote, as we have
received 2 binding IPMC +1 vote during the release voting on streams-dev.

Streams currently requires Java 1.7.0u72+, or Java 1.8.0u25+ during build phase.



IPMC member votes from the streams-dev list:
Ate Douma: +1
Matthew Franklin: +1

Git tag streams-project-0.2-incubating-rc3 (commit f6c75bf);a=commit;h=f6c75bfd9082d29d4a2c7c6449e87e9c7522f9d9

Maven staging repo:

The source zip, including signatures, digests, etc. can be found at:

Source release:

Checksums of
MD5: 46659ad8206aebbea67b3033fe4b658b
SHA1: 008de3db6523db5ada64be1cd8c9de9b0b1eb5d2

Release artifacts are signed with the following key:

Vote open for 72 hours.

[ ] +1 approve
[ ] +0 no opinion
[ ] -1 disapprove (and reason why)

Apache Streams (incubating) is a lightweight (yet scalable) framework
for ActivityStreams.

The architecture for the Apache Streams project is essentially a
loosely coupled set of modules which provide, process, or persist
documents and metadata, with a preference for ActivityStreams
formatted messages.

Streams contains libraries and patterns for specifying document
schemas and converting documents to and from ActivityStreams format,
and runtime bindings for deploying, monitoring, and interfacing with
running streams.

Streams is heavily influenced by Enterprise Integration Patterns and
general messaging architecture. It is the goal of the project to
support multiple execution containers, including distributed

Steve Blackmon

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