OpenFlowJava M3 Status

Michal Rehak -X (mirehak - PANTHEON TECHNOLOGIES@Cisco) <mirehak@...>


please see Openflow Protocol Library (Openflowjava) M3 status below:

Functionality Freeze:

1. Final list of externally consumable APIs defined: Yes
2. Are all your inter-project dependencies resolved (i.e., have the other projects you were counting on given you what you needed)? Yes
3. Were there any project-specific deliverables planned for this milestone? No
Karaf Features Defined:

4. Are all your project's features that are intended for release added to the features.xml and checked into the integration git repository? Yes;a=blob;f=features/src/main/features/features.xml;h=63be931333918c387006083880d9940dc6317960;hb=HEAD
    ​features.xml are pulled by openflowplugin

5. List all top-level, user-facing, and stable Karaf features for your project.
    No user-facing features.
    Top-level feature: odl-openflowjava-protocol​ - whole openflowjava functionality
    Top-level features are usually installed by user-facing features (e.g.: in openflowplugin).

6. List the kinds of documentation you will provide including at least:
   - developer guide

7. Have you checked in the AsciiDoc outlines to the docs repository? No
   - no feature / functionality updates since Lithium
Integration and Test:

8. Have you started automated system testing for your top-level features. No
​   - system test waiver approved
9. Have you filled out basic system test plan template for each top-level feature (karaf and not karaf) and a comprehensive system test plan template including functionality, cluster, scalability, performance, longevity/stability for each stable feature? No
   - system test waiver approved

Project Specific:

10. Have you updated your project facts with the project type category? Yes

11. Do you acknowledge the changes to the RC Blocking Bug Policy for Carbon Release [2]? Yes