OpenNMS Audiocast #000: International Microphone
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0:01:10 Alex Finger’s thoughts on Dev-Jam 2011
0:03:30 Ben Reed’s reflections
0:06:48 Jeff Gehlbach’s ramblings
0:10:00 Markus Neumann’s take on his first Dev-Jam
* The assets page GWT refresh and related report work will be included in the OpenNMS 1.10 release
* Matt Raykowski’s Invd work is unfolding in a branch called “feature-invd”
0:14:35 Discussion of exactly what OpenNMS 1.10 is and is not
* Today’s 1.10 snapshots are not production quality but are pretty solid. RPM and Debian packages are available in the “unstable” repo.
* Getting the syslog message parser to work right in 1.8 and prior releases often required a black-belt in regular expressions. The 1.10 message parsing engine uses pluggable parsers that are much easier to get going.
* IPv6 support is the hallmark feature of OpenNMS 1.10.
* Since Dev-Jam, we’ve been taking stock of the week’s accomplishments to decide which bits are suitable for inclusion in 1.10.
* Post-1.10, the original plan was to tackle a redesign of the notification subsystem, but that is not set in stone.
0:19:20 Tips for aspiring OpenNMS developers to avoid being overwhelmed by the code’s sheer size
* Ben mentions Eclipse instructions on wiki
* For most developers, the minimum set of Maven projects to import is opennms-model, opennms-dao, and probably opennms-services.
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