Last week (4/12/17 – 10/12/17) we spend some time some time refining and improving our REST APIs and we are making some interesting progress on the Modelling/Authoring services which will support our new set of front end tools. We are moving forward with distributed monitoring and logging using the ELK stack so expect a blog post about this soon. I want to highlight a set a blog posts written by one of our community members @daisuke-yoshimoto: (in Japanese) Activiti Advent Calendar 2017
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@willkzhou working on building docker image to test elastic-search on. Need to move elastic code from elastic repo to query repo ASAP for consistency.
@daisuke-yoshimoto was adding ability to activiti-cloud-runtime-bundle-service to start a process instance by process definition key. Also, he is writing Japanese blog posts about Activiti through the project called Activiti Advent Calendar 2017. He will write about Activiti 7 in the last week.
@igdianov worked on a PR for Activiti 5.x regarding signal/catch events and on the GraphQL Notification Service PoC.
@constantin-ciobotaru worked on communication between organization service and the other services, added on org side tests for create, update, get a process model using the stub server generated by spring contracts from process-models service.
@lucianoprea worked on Organization service to support nested Groups and Project structures.
@ffazzini poc distributed logging elk on kubernetes using elastic public images
@ryandawsonuk updated our release jobs to incorporate some new repositories, updated our build jobs to validate maven versions of Activiti artefacts and upgraded the version of keycloak used in Activiti 7
@erdemedeiros worked with @ryandawsonuk on tasks to prepare the next release, fixed an issue related to the CommandCloseListener ( https://github.com/Activiti/activiti-cloud-runtime-bundle-service/pull/20 ) used to send audit events.
@salaboy worked on organizing the release notes and the roadmap update. We also work hard on planning and making sure that our GitHub issues are updated and correctly organized. Also worked on our cloud connectors example now called “trending-topic-campaigns”: https://github.com/Activiti/activiti-cloud-examples/tree/feature/salaboy-1514-twitter-processor-example/trending-topic-campaigns
This week we will collaboratively work on getting our Activiti Cloud Connectors example up and running in kubernetes with the rest of the infrastructure. We are also starting to prepare our presentations for the Alfresco DevCon ‘18 in Lisbon: http://devcon.alfresco.com
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