Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #79

Last week we work hard to upgrade all our builds, pipelines and repository to use JDK 11. This is a major change that requires the use of JDK 11 in all the consumers of the libraries. We also included tests and new APIs conformance tests and we started with the preparations for DevCon. Part of the team was involved in a Kubernetes training by @learnk8s which was awesome and totally recommended. We are aiming to release RC1 by the end of the week.

@daisuke-yoshimoto worked for Handling expressions for json variables. Next he is working on Integrate Modeling Service’s backend and frontend into one Docker container.

@constantin-ciobotaru worked for [Acceptane Tests] Add scenarios for process extensions in modeling and Add extraVolumes and extraVolumeMounts to service helm charts

@CTI777 Worked on following issues:
Writing tests in acceptance tests and scenarios.
#2369 Add admin delete process endpoint
#170 Root task query implemented in a proper REST way

@almerico Jdk 11 support

@igdianov Worked on troubleshooting Jdk 11 example pipelines with @almerico Worked on investigating and troubleshooting HTTPS support for Activiti Cloud Helm chart. Worked on Notifications Service Helm charts to add support for HTTPS, Sticky sessions, and Jdk11

@miguelruizdev worked on the PRs addressing this issue

@ryandawsonuk Worked on moving configurations from examples to spring boot starters before attending training

@erdemedeiros checked missing issues to cover admin rest endpoints before attending Kubernetes training.

@salaboy review Pull Requests and help on the JDK 11 migration. Worked on DevCon slides for my “Future of Activiti Cloud OSS” presentation with @erdemedeiros

Get in touch if you want to contribute: https://gitter.im/Activiti/Activiti7

We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request 😉

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