DRAFT Quarterly Report for Q2 2015
The Adoption Group has a mailing list, a web site, a wiki and 8 Group Members, of which 6 have been active on the mailing list or contributed to the wiki in this quarter. In addition, 23 Participants have contributed to this Group's discussions in this quarter.
The Adoption Group has not voted on new Members, or sponsored new Projects. It published a quarterly report in this quarter for Q1 2015, which is available on its wiki.
Mailing list traffic
In total, 29 Participants have been active on the Group's mailing list in this quarter, posting 64 messages in April, 71 messages in May and 59 messages in June 2015, resulting in 194 messages in total.
Notable mailing list threads
In April, the Group discussed using IDEs to develop on OpenJDK Projects, computing code coverage results for OpenJDK JDK 9 source code using JCov & JTreg code tools, an article on JITWatch in the Java Magazine, synchronization issues with third party CI infrastructure, loading the Nashorn Project in IDEs, the preparation of the Group's Draft Quarterly Report for Q1 2015, building Project Kulla and feature suggestions, using proxies with Mercurial, BitBucket OAuth integration, and the LJC AdoptOpenJDK Hackday.
In May, the Group continued to discuss the preparation of the Group's Draft Draft Quarterly Report for Q1 2015, a proposed JMX change, translations of the AdoptOpenJDK Getting Started Kit, related Devoxx UK events, updating existing code to use InputStream.transferTo(), working on OpenJDK using NetBeans, running Project Kulla, further issues with third party CI infrastructure, feedback on Project Kulla, and hsdis binaries.
Finally, in June, the Group continued to discuss hsdis binaries, a simple GC survey, raising awareness of upcoming changes in JDK 9 and a related article in Voxxed, further translations of the AdoptOpenJDK Getting Started Kit, building Project Kulla, Devoxx UK Adopt Workshops and a Jigsaw Hackday in London, along with exploring alternatives to sun.misc.Unsafe.
Adoption Group Members led, organized and participated in a number of public events promoting community involvement in the development, adoption and evangelism of OpenJDK projects during this quarter.
In this quarter, 2 Group Members have updated 4 pages on this Group's wiki.