Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-30 Thread btell...@apache.org
With 6 vote in favour, 3 of them being binding, this vote is a success.

I will carry over the follow up steps.

Regards,

Benoit

On 23/07/2021 16:03, btell...@apache.org wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> Following a first email on the topic [1] I would like to call for a
> formal vote on Apache James Postage retirement.
>
> [1] https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70576.html
>
> Rationnals: this project...
>  - Have no website page (not deployed)
>  - Have no README
>  - Have no formal release, but a tag named "james-2_20120613" dating
> from 2012 which is quite old already...
>  - Their exists some alternatives both for JMETER, and Gatling
> performance testing tools.
>  - Lack of support for recent mail protocols like IMAP and JMAP
>  - Hard to scale blocking architecture (from what I understood?)
>  - No development activity since 2013.
>  - 5 forks in total on github, none of them did extra developments.
>  - Relies on 3.0-beta5-SNAPSHOT which is quite old but also unreleased.
> Proting postage to a released version would likely be already quite of a
> fight...
>  - Affected by CVE-2021-29425 (commons-io)||
> Given the maturity of the project, the presence of alternatives, and the
> absence of development, in the absence of mainteners, it could be wise
> to consider retiring it.
> |Voting rules: - This is a majority vote as stated in [2] for procedural
> issues. - The vote starts at Friday 23rd of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 - The
> vote ends at Friday 30th of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 [2]
> https://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html Following this retirement,
> follow up steps are to be taken as described in [3] [3]
> https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70585.html | - 1. 
> Get a formal vote on server-dev mailing list
>  - 2. Place a RETIRED_PROJECT file marker in the git
>  - 3. Add a note in the project README
>  - 4. Retire the ISSUE trackers (Project names POSTAGE)
>  - 5. Announce it on gene...@james.apache.org and announce@apache
>  - 6. Add a notice to the Apache website, if present
>  - 7. Remove releases from downloads.apache.org
>  - 8. Add notices on the Apache release archives (example
> https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/ 
> )
>
> Best regards,
>
> Benoit Tellier
> ||
>
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Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-28 Thread Raphaël Ouazana

+1

Le 23/07/2021 à 11:03, btell...@apache.org a écrit :

Hello all,

Following a first email on the topic [1] I would like to call for a
formal vote on Apache James Postage retirement.

[1] https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70576.html

Rationnals: this project...
  - Have no website page (not deployed)
  - Have no README
  - Have no formal release, but a tag named "james-2_20120613" dating
from 2012 which is quite old already...
  - Their exists some alternatives both for JMETER, and Gatling
performance testing tools.
  - Lack of support for recent mail protocols like IMAP and JMAP
  - Hard to scale blocking architecture (from what I understood?)
  - No development activity since 2013.
  - 5 forks in total on github, none of them did extra developments.
  - Relies on 3.0-beta5-SNAPSHOT which is quite old but also unreleased.
Proting postage to a released version would likely be already quite of a
fight...
  - Affected by CVE-2021-29425 (commons-io)||
Given the maturity of the project, the presence of alternatives, and the
absence of development, in the absence of mainteners, it could be wise
to consider retiring it.
|Voting rules: - This is a majority vote as stated in [2] for procedural
issues. - The vote starts at Friday 23rd of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 - The
vote ends at Friday 30th of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 [2]
https://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html Following this retirement,
follow up steps are to be taken as described in [3] [3]
https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70585.html | - 1. 
Get a formal vote on server-dev mailing list
  - 2. Place a RETIRED_PROJECT file marker in the git
  - 3. Add a note in the project README
  - 4. Retire the ISSUE trackers (Project names POSTAGE)
  - 5. Announce it on gene...@james.apache.org and announce@apache
  - 6. Add a notice to the Apache website, if present
  - 7. Remove releases from downloads.apache.org
  - 8. Add notices on the Apache release archives (example
https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/ 
)

Best regards,

Benoit Tellier
||


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Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-25 Thread Rene Cordier

+1,

Rene.

On 23/07/2021 16:03, btell...@apache.org wrote:

Hello all,

Following a first email on the topic [1] I would like to call for a
formal vote on Apache James Postage retirement.

[1] https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70576.html

Rationnals: this project...
  - Have no website page (not deployed)
  - Have no README
  - Have no formal release, but a tag named "james-2_20120613" dating
from 2012 which is quite old already...
  - Their exists some alternatives both for JMETER, and Gatling
performance testing tools.
  - Lack of support for recent mail protocols like IMAP and JMAP
  - Hard to scale blocking architecture (from what I understood?)
  - No development activity since 2013.
  - 5 forks in total on github, none of them did extra developments.
  - Relies on 3.0-beta5-SNAPSHOT which is quite old but also unreleased.
Proting postage to a released version would likely be already quite of a
fight...
  - Affected by CVE-2021-29425 (commons-io)||
Given the maturity of the project, the presence of alternatives, and the
absence of development, in the absence of mainteners, it could be wise
to consider retiring it.
|Voting rules: - This is a majority vote as stated in [2] for procedural
issues. - The vote starts at Friday 23rd of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 - The
vote ends at Friday 30th of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 [2]
https://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html Following this retirement,
follow up steps are to be taken as described in [3] [3]
https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70585.html | - 1. 
Get a formal vote on server-dev mailing list
  - 2. Place a RETIRED_PROJECT file marker in the git
  - 3. Add a note in the project README
  - 4. Retire the ISSUE trackers (Project names POSTAGE)
  - 5. Announce it on gene...@james.apache.org and announce@apache
  - 6. Add a notice to the Apache website, if present
  - 7. Remove releases from downloads.apache.org
  - 8. Add notices on the Apache release archives (example
https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/ 
)

Best regards,

Benoit Tellier
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Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-25 Thread Eugen Stan

+1

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Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-23 Thread Jean Helou
+1

Le ven. 23 juil. 2021 à 11:28, Antoine Duprat  a écrit :

> +1
>
> Le ven. 23 juil. 2021 à 11:03, btell...@apache.org  a
> écrit :
>
> > Hello all,
> >
> > Following a first email on the topic [1] I would like to call for a
> > formal vote on Apache James Postage retirement.
> >
> > [1]
> https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70576.html
> >
> > Rationnals: this project...
> >  - Have no website page (not deployed)
> >  - Have no README
> >  - Have no formal release, but a tag named "james-2_20120613" dating
> > from 2012 which is quite old already...
> >  - Their exists some alternatives both for JMETER, and Gatling
> > performance testing tools.
> >  - Lack of support for recent mail protocols like IMAP and JMAP
> >  - Hard to scale blocking architecture (from what I understood?)
> >  - No development activity since 2013.
> >  - 5 forks in total on github, none of them did extra developments.
> >  - Relies on 3.0-beta5-SNAPSHOT which is quite old but also unreleased.
> > Proting postage to a released version would likely be already quite of a
> > fight...
> >  - Affected by CVE-2021-29425 (commons-io)||
> > Given the maturity of the project, the presence of alternatives, and the
> > absence of development, in the absence of mainteners, it could be wise
> > to consider retiring it.
> > |Voting rules: - This is a majority vote as stated in [2] for procedural
> > issues. - The vote starts at Friday 23rd of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 - The
> > vote ends at Friday 30th of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 [2]
> > https://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html Following this retirement,
> > follow up steps are to be taken as described in [3] [3]
> > https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70585.html
> > | - 1. Get a formal vote on server-dev mailing list
> >  - 2. Place a RETIRED_PROJECT file marker in the git
> >  - 3. Add a note in the project README
> >  - 4. Retire the ISSUE trackers (Project names POSTAGE)
> >  - 5. Announce it on gene...@james.apache.org and announce@apache
> >  - 6. Add a notice to the Apache website, if present
> >  - 7. Remove releases from downloads.apache.org
> >  - 8. Add notices on the Apache release archives (example
> > https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/ <
> > https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/>)
> >
> > Best regards,
> >
> > Benoit Tellier
> > ||
> >
> >
> > -
> > To unsubscribe, e-mail: server-dev-unsubscr...@james.apache.org
> > For additional commands, e-mail: server-dev-h...@james.apache.org
> >
> >
>


Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-23 Thread Antoine Duprat
+1

Le ven. 23 juil. 2021 à 11:03, btell...@apache.org  a
écrit :

> Hello all,
>
> Following a first email on the topic [1] I would like to call for a
> formal vote on Apache James Postage retirement.
>
> [1] https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70576.html
>
> Rationnals: this project...
>  - Have no website page (not deployed)
>  - Have no README
>  - Have no formal release, but a tag named "james-2_20120613" dating
> from 2012 which is quite old already...
>  - Their exists some alternatives both for JMETER, and Gatling
> performance testing tools.
>  - Lack of support for recent mail protocols like IMAP and JMAP
>  - Hard to scale blocking architecture (from what I understood?)
>  - No development activity since 2013.
>  - 5 forks in total on github, none of them did extra developments.
>  - Relies on 3.0-beta5-SNAPSHOT which is quite old but also unreleased.
> Proting postage to a released version would likely be already quite of a
> fight...
>  - Affected by CVE-2021-29425 (commons-io)||
> Given the maturity of the project, the presence of alternatives, and the
> absence of development, in the absence of mainteners, it could be wise
> to consider retiring it.
> |Voting rules: - This is a majority vote as stated in [2] for procedural
> issues. - The vote starts at Friday 23rd of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 - The
> vote ends at Friday 30th of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 [2]
> https://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html Following this retirement,
> follow up steps are to be taken as described in [3] [3]
> https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70585.html
> | - 1. Get a formal vote on server-dev mailing list
>  - 2. Place a RETIRED_PROJECT file marker in the git
>  - 3. Add a note in the project README
>  - 4. Retire the ISSUE trackers (Project names POSTAGE)
>  - 5. Announce it on gene...@james.apache.org and announce@apache
>  - 6. Add a notice to the Apache website, if present
>  - 7. Remove releases from downloads.apache.org
>  - 8. Add notices on the Apache release archives (example
> https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/ <
> https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/>)
>
> Best regards,
>
> Benoit Tellier
> ||
>
>
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> To unsubscribe, e-mail: server-dev-unsubscr...@james.apache.org
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Re: [VOTE] Retire Apache James Postage

2021-07-23 Thread btell...@apache.org
+1

On 23/07/2021 16:03, btell...@apache.org wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> Following a first email on the topic [1] I would like to call for a
> formal vote on Apache James Postage retirement.
>
> [1] https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70576.html
>
> Rationnals: this project...
>  - Have no website page (not deployed)
>  - Have no README
>  - Have no formal release, but a tag named "james-2_20120613" dating
> from 2012 which is quite old already...
>  - Their exists some alternatives both for JMETER, and Gatling
> performance testing tools.
>  - Lack of support for recent mail protocols like IMAP and JMAP
>  - Hard to scale blocking architecture (from what I understood?)
>  - No development activity since 2013.
>  - 5 forks in total on github, none of them did extra developments.
>  - Relies on 3.0-beta5-SNAPSHOT which is quite old but also unreleased.
> Proting postage to a released version would likely be already quite of a
> fight...
>  - Affected by CVE-2021-29425 (commons-io)||
> Given the maturity of the project, the presence of alternatives, and the
> absence of development, in the absence of mainteners, it could be wise
> to consider retiring it.
> |Voting rules: - This is a majority vote as stated in [2] for procedural
> issues. - The vote starts at Friday 23rd of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 - The
> vote ends at Friday 30th of July 2021, 4pm UTC+7 [2]
> https://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html Following this retirement,
> follow up steps are to be taken as described in [3] [3]
> https://www.mail-archive.com/server-dev@james.apache.org/msg70585.html | - 1. 
> Get a formal vote on server-dev mailing list
>  - 2. Place a RETIRED_PROJECT file marker in the git
>  - 3. Add a note in the project README
>  - 4. Retire the ISSUE trackers (Project names POSTAGE)
>  - 5. Announce it on gene...@james.apache.org and announce@apache
>  - 6. Add a notice to the Apache website, if present
>  - 7. Remove releases from downloads.apache.org
>  - 8. Add notices on the Apache release archives (example
> https://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/antidote/ 
> )
>
> Best regards,
>
> Benoit Tellier
> ||
>
>
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