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Originally posted by projectzero userid: rguikers - f=3&t=2290#p9329
I'm under the impression that there is not much new development in the zero community.
Would it be possible to disclose a roadmap for Projectzero/sMash and open this to the community?. The message about migrating to TeamConcert is about a year old. And it would be nice to now where things are heading.
Thanks in advance,
Re: Roadmap and zero development2011-03-24T18:53:07ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Originally posted by projectzero userid: jeffo - f=3&t=2290#p9338
Our recent focus has shifted toward delivering the new WebSphere Application Server V8, currently available as a beta release. Its clear that the level of participation on projectzero.org has been affected, but we are still supporting WebSphere sMash and projectzero.org.
In addition to the RTC migration, other options are being investigated including a possible move to IBM developerWorks for this community.
As we come to any firm decisions on the roadmap, we'll be glad to share them.
Re: Roadmap and zero development2011-06-02T14:30:33ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Originally posted by projectzero userid: falbriard - f=3&t=2290#p9401
Talking about a long term perspective, the Java EE7 could be an interesting new technology to add to the Smash server, as it addresses the deployment, version and management facilities in a Linux "cloud" environment. This combines well with the existing Maven/Ivy features in Smash. Smash is already modular and well suited for a "cloud" configuration.
Re: Roadmap and zero development2011-06-07T01:11:05ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Originally posted by projectzero userid: dvisentin - f=3&t=2290#p9407
IBM no longer seems to believe and invest a lot about PZ/sMash. On market side, current license and price did the rest. But I'm really hope I'm wrong.