[infinispan-dev] My weekly status update

William Burns mudokonman at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 07:45:21 EDT 2014

I also will miss the IRC meeting this week.

Last week:

- I worked primarily on and sent a PR for ISPN-3402.  Unfortunately I
got tripped up because of an issue in RHQ which I also submitted a PR
for https://github.com/rhq-project/rhq/pull/128
- Also was looking into continuous query discussion for cluster
listeners which led me to find ISPN-4745 which is also now in a PR.

This week:

- Mostly centered around cluster listener changes that will be
required to get in.  Still need to continue discussion further.
- ISPN-4733 Checking for potential issues with System.nanoTime
- Any other issues that come up in core that need to be addressed.

Also have some product stuff I worked on and will probably need to do this week.


 - Will

On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 5:38 AM, Galder Zamarreño <galder at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I won’t be around for the weekly IRC meeting, so here’s my status updated.
> Last week:
> - Sent PRs for:
>   - ISPN-4707 Hot Rod 2.0 should add error codes for suspected nodes and stopping/stopped caches.
>   - ISPN-4717 On leave, Hot Rod client ends up with old cluster formation
>   - ISPN-4567 Sent PR to get more logs on why sometimes Arquillian containers are not closed.
>   - ISPN-4563 Race condition in JCache creation for interceptors. In conjunction with Sebastian.
>   - ISPN-4579 SingleNodeJdbcStoreIT.cleanup NPE after test failure. Trivial stuff.
> - Created new blog post “Hot Rod Remote Events #3: Customizing Events”
> This week:
> - Working on:
>   - ISPN-4736 Add size() operation to Hot Rod.
>     - Closely related, complete ISPN-4470 using the new size operation.
>   - ISPN-4737 Noisy exceptions in Hot Rod client when node goes down
>   - ISPN-4734 Hot Rod marshaller for custom events...etc, needs to be configurable in server
> - I’ll write up 4th blog post of the remote event series which will focus on receiving events in a clustered environment.
> Cheers,
> --
> Galder Zamarreño
> galder at redhat.com
> twitter.com/galderz
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