On 9 February 2018 at 14:14, Jerry Cwiklik <cwik...@apache.org> wrote: > The Apache UIMA team is pleased to announce the release of the Apache > UIMA-AS version 2.10.2, which includes asynchronous scaleout capabilities > for the UIMA annotators.
What is the project about? Why should I be interested in it? [rhetorical questions] The Announce emails are sent to people not on the developer or user lists. Most will have no idea what the project is about. So the e-mails should contain at least brief details of what the product does, and some info on why the new release might be of interest to them. Readers should not have to click links to find out the basic information (although of course it is useful to have such links for further detail). Please can you add that information to future announce mails? Also it would be helpful to include the download link. Thanks. > UIMA-AS includes the base UIMA SDK and augments it with scaleout capability; > it is a next-generation replacement for the original CPM (Collection > Processing Management) scaleout that is part of the core UIMA Framework. For > more information, please visit: > > http://uima.apache.org/doc-uimaas-what.html > > This release contains a number of improvements and bug fixes. Notable > updates in this release include: > - Updated to use ActiveMQ 5.15.2 (requires Java 1.8) > - Added dependency on UIMA SDK 2.10.2 > - Fixed merging of type priorities > - Added support for targeting specific service instance > - Fixed per CAS Performance Metrics breakdown > - Fixed eclipse examples import > - Fixed dd2spring issues > - Fixed JMS listener recovery after service restart > > For a complete list of bugs and improvements included in this release please > see > https://uima.apache.org/d/uima-as-2.10.2/issuesFixed/jira-report.html. > > -- Jerry Cwiklik, for the Apache UIMA development team >