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Apache Geronimo is an open source server runtime that integrates the best open source projects to create Java/OSGi server runtimes that meet the needs of enterprise developers and system administrators.
The community is in the final preparation stages for a Geronimo 3.0-beta release. 3.0-beta will be a Java EE 6 compliant release. Our server trunk has been passing all relevant tests for several months, now. We've had to wait for the release of several dependent projects (Geronimo internal, OpenEJB, etc) before creating our 3.0-beta release.
The Geronimo community had the following releases during the last 3 months: commons-httpclient OSGi bundle, MyFaces OSGi bundle, axis2 OSGi bundle, Geronimo transaction manager, Geronimo Xbean, and Geronimo JavaMail.
There will be two Geronimo presentations at ApacheCon.
There are 498 subscribers to the user@ mailing list and 404 subscribers to the dev@ mailing list.
We continue to see documentation and community participation from new sources. They are greatly appreciated.
Michael Fang was voted as a new committer on the project.
No security vulnerabilities were reported during this quarter.