|Re: [jakarta.ee-community] [jakartaee-ambassadors] Moving Forward Cargo Tracker|
Hi @Hansty Bai and @Nishant Raut ,I just discussed with Reza the current status and before moving forward with the code I need to investigate some issues. In the meantime, there is another thing that could be done.Reza's project contains a branch gh-pages. It would be wonderful if you could start working on moving this branch to Eclipse.Here we need to move the references from JavaEE to Jakarta (also Cargo's packages have been changed), and to improve the documentation adding a more in-depth explanation of the features and how they were implemented.What do you think, Reza? Could it be a good idea adding a section in which we explain how a certain JakartaEE's API is useful for a certain feature? In this way the Cargo website will be also a huge tutorial about working with Jakarta.Il giorno lun 15 giu 2020 alle ore 14:30 Theodor Augustin Dumitrescu <th.theodor.th@xxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:Hi folks,thanks for your interest.
Right now I'm working with Reza to align Ellipse's branch with the original version of Cargo and ensuring that everything is working. We should be done this week.
The idea of integrating using a kanban board on GitHub is a good one. There will be a lot of things to do.
The main idea is to define branches of Cargo for each JakartaEE version and also for JavaEE 8 which is our starting point.
We'd like also to move the code and keep it up with the JVM versions but for now, the goal is to introduce all the features from Java 8. A lot of folks are still working with JavaEE and Java 8 or lower levels. So having a branch with JavaEE is for giving them a reference point.Later I'll discuss with Reza regarding how we should divide the work. We could for example work on the different versions in parallel. But for me it would be important to have good consistency between branches. In my view, they should provide a clear understanding of the new features and also how to properly move from the version below to the new one.Il giorno lun 15 giu 2020 alle ore 10:48 Nishant Raut <nishant30197@xxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:This is great news Reza. Let me know if i can help in any way.Thanks and Regards,
https://twitter.com/rautnishantOn Mon, Jun 15, 2020, 7:52 AM Reza Rahman <reza_rahman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Folks,
Now that Jakarta EE 9 is spinning down, this is the right time for Theo
and myself to begin moving forward Cargo Tracker (though for me Jakarta
EE 10 and the Jakarta EE Ambassadors remains a higher priority). If you
wish to join us, you are most welcome (do note though that we are not
quite ready to accept contributions yet - I will make a specific call to
Project mailing list:
The first order of business is general cleanup and the first release
targeting Java EE 7. This will include moving the website and
documentation from it's temporary home here:
https://m-reza-rahman.github.io/cargo-tracker/. We will then create a
second release incorporating key Jakarta EE 8 features (I started that
work here: https://github.com/m-reza-rahman/cargo-tracker). Next we will
have a release targeting Jakarta EE 9. After that, we will move forward
on the longer pending parts of our roadmap:
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