After 1.5 year of development, the SQO-OSS project is happy to release a new version of Alitheia Core, along with a completely redesigned and updated website. For this release, purposely code-named Apheresis, Alitheia Core went on diet and lost almost 30% of its source code base, in an effort to make it more maintainable and extensible.
A more extensive list of changes that went into version 0.95 is the following:
The following features are planned for version 0.96, to be available winter 2010:
The SQO-OSS project is currently working to give users and researchers easy access to the 200 million records stored in our servers. A REST based component has almost been developed, and the project is working to standardize the API. While we are preparing for the final release (due in a couple of weeks), you can have a glimpse on the data that the system stores and processes using the AJAX-based web client, available here.
Please share your thoughts and ideas as comments on this page, or subscribe to the mailing lists to do so. Also, keep in mind that the interface and the API are currently under development, so errors may arise. Finally, not all metrics were run on all projects/resources, but we are working on that!
Alitheia Core has been accepted as an incubator project in the OW2 consortium. Alitheia Core now forms part of an active part of a bigger ecosystem that includes some top quality software tools. We believe that Alitheia Core will benefit from the large pool of brilliant developers and the great community of business and casual users that comprise OW2.
The development of Alitheia Core will continue to take place within the SQO-OSS project servers. Mailing lists and the bug database will be migrated to the OW2 forge (you can find the Alitheia Core page here).
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