It’s hard to believe that we’re wrapping up the first month of the new year! Here’s what happened over the past week:
ASF Infrastructure –our distributed team (10 rotating volunteers and 4 paid staff) on four continents responsible for keeping the ASF’s infrastructure running 24x7x365.
– 94.47% global uptime across all services this week http://status.apache.org/
– Travel Assistance applications close on 6 February http://www.apache.org/travel/
Apache BookKeeper™ – a reliable replicated log service that can be used to turn any standalone service into a highly available replicated service.
– The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache BookKeeper as a Top-Level Project http://s.apache.org/3BK
Apache HTTP Server™ – Open Source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS/X and Netware; the most popular Web server since 1996.
– Apache HTTP Server 2.4.12 Released http://httpd.apache.org/docs/trunk/new_features_2_4.html
Apache MyFaces™ Core –a JavaServer Faces 2.0 implementation as specified by JSR-314. MyFaces Core has passed Sun’s JSR-314 TCK and is 100% compliant with the JSR-314 specification.
– Apache MyFaces Core v2.0.23, v. 2.1.17, and v2.2.7 released http://myfaces.apache.org/download.html
Apache Qpid™ –implements the latest AMQP specification, the first open standard for enterprise messaging, and provides transaction management, queuing, distribution, security, management, clustering, federation and heterogeneous multi-platform support and a lot more.
– Security Advisory: Apache Qpid qpidd can be crashed by unauthenticated user http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/www-announce/201501.mbox/%3C54C60497.5060504%40apache.org%3E
– Security Advisory: anonymous access to Apache Qpid qpidd cannot be prevented http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/www-announce/201501.mbox/%3C54C604A8.5090505%40apache.org%3E