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Last week we manage to merge two important PRs related to Query Service Security and our unification following the Alfresco API Guidelines. These two PRs are making sure that our services are unified across the whole Alfresco Digital Business Platform initiative, while we provide HAL endpoints for users that want to leverage default Spring REST endpoints. Now that we have these PRs merged in develop we are moving forward with the release process and you should hear about that soon.

 

@MiguelRuizDevstarted to set the basic components of a  “pet Project” based on a the idea of creating a simple task service, dealing with Spring Data REST annotations and H2 database. Repo: https://github.com/MiguelRuizDev/task-service

@igdianovworking on a prototype for GraphQL subscriptions mechanism integrated with the gateway component.

@daisuke-yoshimotoworking on streams for BPMN messages and signals.

@constantin-ciobotaruadded “delete process instance” endpoint #1809, added fix for missing fonts in alpine image #1808, started implementation for “delete task” endpoint #1812, small fixes in acceptance tests and audit for release

@lucianopreaadded in the runtime-bundle api for create standalone task #1803, started working on APIs to create a subtasks in runtime-bundle #1813

@mteodorifixed vulnerability related issues #1718#1823#1815#1820#1817, completed upgrade to Spring Boot 2.0 and Spring Cloud M8 #1810and worked on release support scripts in https://github.com/Activiti/activiti-scripts

@ryandawsonukFinalised the property-based access-control to tasks, process instances and variables on the runtime bundle and query services and reviewed some other pull requests before focusing on the release

@erdemedeirosreviewed pull requests; prepare the next release with @ryandawsonukand @mteodori.

@salaboyworked on finishing the Spring Cloud Kubernetes PR which was merged Friday afternoon. Now testing the published artifacts in our examples. Helped with some pom refactorings and reviewed pull requests that were needed for our Feb Release.

 

 

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 ;)

Here you have a quick intro to Activiti Cloud. On this presentation I covered the main building blocks in Activiti Cloud and the main reasons why we are going all in Kubernetes. It is a really short presentation and I'm quite rusty with my presentation skills, but the better the software gets the easier to present it becomes.