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6 March 2013 - Apache Portals Applications WebContent version 1.3

The Apache Portals team is pleased to announce the General Availability of Portals Applications WebContent version 1.3.
All the changes concern primarily minor bugfixes and maintenance.

10 October 2011 - Apache Portals Jetspeed-2 version 2.2.2

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to announce version 2.2.2 of the Jetspeed-2 Open Source Enterprise Portal.

Version 2.2.2 is primarily a maintenance and bugfixes release, but also introduces some new features like Portlet Cloning, Apache Solr based portlet search engine and security restrictions on admin roles maintenance, as well as many improvements on the Ajax based JetUI rendering engine.

Full release notes can be found here.

29 September 2011 - Apache Portals Applications WebContent, RSS, Demo and DB Browser version 1.2

The Apache Portals team is pleased to announce the General Availability of Portals Applications WebContent, RSS, Demo and DB Browser version 1.2.
The Applications Demo adds a JRuby Script Portlet example using the new Portals Bridges Script Bridge 2.0.
Other changes concern primarily minor bugfixes and maintenance.

26 September 2011 - Portals Pluto 2.0.3

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 2.0.3. This is the fourth GA release of the 2.0 line of Pluto conformant to the Java Portlet 2.0 Standard.

Pluto 2.0.3 is primarily a minor bugfix and maintenance release.

Full release notes can be found here.

22 September 2011 - Portals Bridges Script 2.0

The Apache Portals Bridges team is pleased to announce version 2.0 release of Portals Bridges Script. The Portals Bridges Script Project provides Portal independent integration with Scripting Technologies such as Groovy, JRuby, Jython, BeanShell and Rhino JavaScript.

Full release notes can be found here.

13 July 2010 - Jetspeed Portal 2.1.4

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to present version 2.1.4 of the Jetspeed-2 Open Source Enterprise Portal.

Version 2.1.4 is primarily a maintenance and bug fix release to version 2.1.3. Also see the 2.2.x branch for new development.

Full release notes can be found here.

11 June 2010 - Portals Pluto 2.0.2

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 2.0.2. This is the third GA release of the 2.0 line of Pluto conformant to the Java Portlet 2.0 Standard.

Pluto 2.0.2 is primarily a minor bugfix and maintenance release.

Full release notes can be found here.

16 April 2010 - Jetspeed Portal 2.2.1

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to present version 2.2.1 of the Jetspeed-2 Open Source Enterprise Portal. This release introduces the Jetui client-side customization engine, as well as advanced page templating support and improvements. See the Features page for a complete list of features and bug fixes in the Jetspeed 2.2.1 release.

Release 2.2.1 continues Jetspeed's full compliance of the Portlet Specification 2.0 (JSR-286), pasing the Portlet 2.0 TCK (Test Compatibility Kit) suite and is fully CERTIFIED to the Java Portlet Standard.

New Features

  • Jetui Client Side Customization Engine
  • Drag and Drop Support of portlets
  • Jetspeed Toolbox dockable portlet selector, layout selector, and skin selector
  • Dockable Jetspeed Navigator to navigate over spaces, maintenance over pages, folders, links
  • Jetspeed Spaces, secured areas of the portal site for workgroups and projects
  • JAX RS Services for Portal Customization and Registry manipulations
  • Open ID Support
  • Preview Portlet Mode from Jetspeed Toolbox
  • Improved LDAP synchronization, authentication, and maintenance of LDAP credentials
  • CAS Authentication
  • Dynamic PSML - dynamically overlay external site maps such as other web sites or content repositories onto the Jetspeed site map to dynamically navigate of external content within portal
  • PSML Templates - templacized, secured pages that overlay over URL addressable pages to merge template-portlets such as toolbox and navigator into a single page
  • Fragment References - also known as Portlet Instances - allow for referencing preconfigured portlets with preferences from a standard page
  • Improved Portlet API 2.0 Support and Compliance
  • Improved Installer to support two kinds of installations (min, demo)
  • New User Manager supporting true paging over large user databases

16 April 2010 - Portals Pluto 2.0.1

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 2.0.1. This is the second GA release of the 2.x line of Pluto. Version 2.0.1 is our second release conformant to the Java Portlet 2.0 Standard. All releases prior, such as the 1.1.x releases, are conformant to the first Java Portlet Specification, the Java Portlet 1.0 Standard. This release adds support for OSGi bundles.

Full release notes can be found here.

16 April 2010 - Apache Portals Applications 1.1

The Apache Portals team is pleased to announce the General Availability of Portals Applications 1.1. The Web Content application has added reverse proxy support for web content and iframe portlets, including auto-sizing for iframes from same domain as server. This 1.1 version upgrades the following portlet applications with bug fixes, new features, and improvements:

  • Gems - A collection of reusable portlets including Flash, Google Maps, File, Event and Browser portlets.
  • Database Browser - A portlet application dedicated to the development and database portlet development including scrollable lists and data entry forms
  • Demo - A portlet application dedicated to learning Java and Groovy portlet programming and tutorials, as well as some helpful weather and bookmark portlets
  • RSS - A portlet application dedicated to the development of RSS portlet features
  • Web Content - A portlet application dedicated to the development of Web Content rewriting and IFrame based web content.

16 April 2010 - Apache Portals Bridges 2.0 Released

The Apache Portals Bridges team is pleased to announce the release of version 2.0 of Portals Bridges. The Portals Bridges Project provides Portal independent integration with Web Frameworks such as JSF, Struts, and Groovy, and JSR-168 compliant Portlet components. Bridges 2.0 is a bug fix release with added features:

  • Support for Portlet API 2.0 specification
  • Support for Custom Edit Defaults mode in Velocity Bridge

14 April 2010 - WSRP-4J Incubator Project Terminated

The Portals PMC as Sponsor of the WSRP4J podling as well as the project community itself has voted [1,2] positive [3] to terminate the podling due to lack of interest to continue the project.

27 May 2009 - Jetspeed Portal 2.2.0

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to present the Jetspeed-2 Open Source Enterprise Portal. This open source project has matured past several releases, and has been fully-compliant with the Portlet Specification 1.0 (JSR-168) since version 2.0. Jetspeed-2 passes the TCK (Test Compatibility Kit) suite and is fully CERTIFIED to the Java Portlet Standard.

As of version 2.2.0, Jetspeed is fully-compliant with the Portlet Specification 2.0 (JSR-286), pasing the Portlet 2.0 TCK (Test Compatibility Kit) suite and is fully CERTIFIED to the Java Portlet Standard.

New Features

  • Portlet API 2.0 Support and Compliance
  • Inter-Portlet Communication via Events
  • New High Speed Preferences Database Storage
  • New Extensible Security Model with LDAP Synchronization
  • Improved Documentation including 5 New Guides (Users Guide, Admin Guide, Developers Guide, Build Guide, Deploy Guide)
  • New Improved Administrative Portlets
  • New Skins
  • New Maven-2 Custom Build
  • Improved integration support for popular web development frameworks like Wicket, Spring MVC, and JSF

27 May 2009 - Apache Portals Applications 1.0

The Apache Portals team is pleased to announce the General Availability of Portals Applications 1.0. This 1.0 version introduces several new portlet applications to the Portals community:

  • Gems - A collection of reusable portlets including Flash, Google Maps, File, Event and Browser portlets.
  • Database Browser - A portlet application dedicated to the development and database portlet development including scrollable lists and data entry forms
  • Demo - A portlet application dedicated to learning Java and Groovy portlet programming and tutorials, as well as some helpful weather and bookmark portlets
  • RSS - A portlet application dedicated to the development of RSS portlet features
  • Web Content - A portlet application dedicated to the development of Web Content rewriting and IFrame based web content.
  • Logging - Apache Portals Applications Logging, (APA Logging), is a utility library used to setup and deploy logging to portlet applications and portals

27 May 2009 - Portals Pluto 2.0.0

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 2.0. This is the first GA release of the 2.0 line of Pluto. Version 2.0.0 is our first release conformant to the Java Portlet 2.0 Standard. All releases prior, such as the 1.1.x releases, are conformant to the first Java Portlet Specification, the Java Portlet 1.0 Standard.

Full release notes can be found here.

9 February 2009 - Portals Pluto 1.1.7

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 1.1.7. This is the eighth GA release of the 1.1 line of Pluto, which is a major refactoring of Pluto 1.0.1 to allow for easier integration of Pluto's portlet container into a portal.

Pluto 1.1.7 includes a number of minor bugfixes and improvements, thanks to a number of contributions from the community. They include fixing support of multivalued URL parameters from the portlet tag library, better session handling hooks for portals and other enhancements.

Full release notes can be found here.

11 August 2008 - Portals Pluto 1.1.6

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 1.1.6. This is the seventh GA release of the 1.1 line of Pluto, which is a major refactoring of Pluto 1.0.1 to allow for easier integration of Pluto's portlet container into a portal.

Pluto 1.1.6 includes a number of minor bugfixes and improvements, thanks to a number of contributions from the community. The include caching USER_INFO per request, better error messages when a portlet or portlet application cannot be found, reduce overhead of loading portlet preferences, attach source to Maven artifacts, and addtional enhancements have been made to the Pluto tag libraries.

Full release notes can be found here.

26 March 2008 - Portals Pluto 1.1.5

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Pluto 1.1.5. This is the sixth GA release of the 1.1 line of Pluto, which is a major refactoring of Pluto 1.0.1 to allow for easier integration of Pluto's portlet container into a portal.

Pluto 1.1.5 includes a number of minor bugfixes and improvements, thanks to a number of contributions from the community. They include enhancements to the Assembler, the Descriptor implementation now uses JAXP when running on Java 1.5 or greater, Container support has been improved for other servlet containers besides Tomcat, and addtional enhancements have been made to the Pluto tag libraries.

Full release notes can be found here.

7 January 2008 - JSR-286 RI work moves to the Subversion trunk

The work on the JSR-286 (Portlet 2.0) reference implementation that began in January 2007 in the 1.1-286-COMPATIBILITY branch of the Pluto Subversion repository has now been merged back into the current Pluto 1.1 code and moved into the SVN trunk. This code is the basis for a future Pluto 2.0 release. It has been given a version number of 2.0.0-SNAPSHOT in the root Maven 2 pom.xml.

29 December 2007 - Apache Portals Jetspeed 2.1.3 Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed team is pleased to announce the release of the version 2.1.3 of the Jetspeed Enterprise Portal. Jetspeed is an Open Portal Platform and Enterprise Portal, written in open source to the Java Portlet API standard under the Apache license. Version 2.1.3 is a minor update to the 2.1.2 release. New Features and improvements in Version 2.1.3:

New Features

  • New edit_defaults custom portlet mode
  • new config custom portlet mode
  • Maximize on edit-defaults option
  • Full PSML and XML Import / Export Admin Portlet
  • Dynamically hide Portlets at request time
  • Support for Pocket PC
  • Parallel rendering on Websphere 6.1
  • Preliminary Portlet API 2.0 ResourceURL support allowing full response control
  • Provide out-of-the-box Wicket Portlet support
  • Improved LDAP implementation and documentation for Apache DS 1.0.2
  • Big Desktop Performance Improvements
  • Complete Desktop Customization with same feature set and configuration as Portal

29 December 2007 - Apache Portals Bridges 1.0.4 Released

The Apache Portals Bridges team is pleased to announce the release of version 1.0.4 of Portals Bridges. The Portals Bridges Project provides Portal independent integration with Web Frameworks such as JSF, Struts, and Groovy, and JSR-168 compliant Portlet components. Bridges 1.0.4 is a bug fix release with added features:

  • Auto Dispatching to custom portlet modes
  • Enhancements to Groovy and Velocity Bridges
  • Full support for redirects in JSF Bridge
  • Support for Spring Framework 2.0.5

09 August 2007 - Apache Pluto 1.1.4 GA Released

The Apache Pluto project is proud to announce the general availability release of Pluto 1.1.4, the latest stable release of the JSR-168 (Java Portlet Specification 1.0) reference implementation. This is the fifth GA release of the 1.1 line of Pluto. Pluto 1.1 is a major refactoring of Pluto 1.0. Pluto 1.1 provides simpler integration of the portlet container, and simpler configuration of the Pluto portal driver (a simple portal included with Pluto).

Pluto 1.1.4 includes support for JSP 2.1, updates to the Pluto Portal, Tomcat 6 installation support, and bug fixes related to url and portlet request attribute handling. The Apache Pluto project provides the reference implementation of the JSR-168 (Portlet 1.0) specification.

16 July 2007 - Apache Portals Jetspeed 2.1.2 Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed team is pleased to announce the Jetspeed 2 Enterprise Portal release 2.1.2. Jetspeed is an Open Portal Platform and Enterprise Information Portal, written all in open source under the Apache license in Java and XML, and build upon an open component architecture and standards. Version 2.1.2 is primarily a bug fix release but also adds enhancements:

New Features

  • Virtual Portals - Subsites by Hostname
  • PSML and XML Import / Export Admin Portlet
  • Audit logs for administrative actions
  • Support for JSP based decorators (experimental)

16 July 2007 - Apache Portals Bridges 1.0.3 Released

The Apache Portals Bridges team is pleased to announce that Portals Bridges 1.0.3 has been released. The Portals Bridges Project provides Portal independent and JSR-168 compliant Portlet components.

Bridges 1.0.3 is primarily a bug fix release but also adds a few enhancements such as a new Groovy Bridge and a generic PortletResourceURLFactory interface allowing JSR-168 portal containers to already provide Portlet ResourceURL functionality similar to what JSR-286 very likely is going to provide natively.

19 May 2007 - Apache Pluto 1.1.3 GA Released

The Apache Portals project is proud to announce the General Availability release of Apache Pluto 1.1.3. Apache Pluto implements a portlet container which complies with the Java Portlet Specification.

This is the fourth GA release of the 1.1 line of Pluto, which is a major refactoring of Pluto 1.0. Pluto 1.1 allows for easier integration of Pluto's portlet container and simpler configuration of the Pluto portal driver, a simple portal included with Pluto.

Pluto 1.1.3 is a feature and bugfix release, and represents the most stable release of Pluto.

04 March 2007 - Apache Portals Jetspeed 2.1 Final Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Jetspeed 2.1 Open Source Enterprise Portal.

Jetspeed is an Open Portal Platform and Enterprise Information Portal, written all in open source under the Apache license in Java and XML. Jetspeed is build upon an open component architecture based on standards. All access to the portal is managed through a robust portal security policy. Within the Jetspeed portal, individual portlets can be aggregated to create a page. Each portlet is an independent application with Jetspeed acting as the central hub making information from multiple sources available in an easy to use manner.

Version 2.1 continues the evolution of the Jetspeed portal technology, with a more stabilized codebase. This release includes many new features including Web 2.0 client-side aggregator, distributed portal and portlet caching, parallel rendering and aggregation, and many more improvements and bug fixes. This final release is fully-compliant with the Portlet Specification 1.0 (JSR-168).

New Features

  • Jetspeed Desktop - Web 2.0 client-side JSR-168 portlet aggregation.
  • Multithreaded Aggregator - multithreaded portlet aggregator with portlet timeout tracking, removal of slow rendering portlets.
  • Jetspeed Distributed Cluster - support for distributed deployments of the portal on multiple application server platforms
  • JSR 168 Caching - full caching support of JSR 168 portlet specification, distributed cache invalidation
  • TCK Compliant as of 2.1 (2.0 was compliant as well)
  • New and Improved Administrative and Security Portlets
  • XML Schemas for PSML, jetspeed-portlet.xml, and Jetspeed XML (seed data)
  • Installation choice of either Demo Portal or Minimal Starter Portal
  • New Jetspeed Tutorial
  • Maven-2 Build as well as Maven-1
  • Remote Portal Application Deployer - deploy portlet applications from remote locations on the Web
  • Improved Customizers, Portal and Desktop Customizers, drag and drop moving of portlets, nested fragment customization
  • New Portlet Category Selector
  • XML Import/Export of all Jetspeed database data and seed data scripts for backup and restore and data migration
  • Improved Security Control - fully swappable Security Constraint or Security Permission support
  • Portlet-level Security checks based on Security Constraints or Security Permissions
  • Improved Jetspeed AJAX API
  • Improved Delegation of Security Support
  • New Site Manager
  • Improved Database Page Manager
  • New binary installers

04 March 2007 - Apache Portals Bridges 1.0.1 Released

The Apache Portals Bridges team is pleased to announce that Portals Bridges 1.0.1 has been released. The Portals Bridges Project provides Portal independent and JSR-168 compliant Portlet components. Bridges 1.0.1 is primarily a bug fix release but also adds a few enhancements such as a new MapServer Bridge.

28 February 2007 - Apache Pluto 1.1.0 GA Released

This is the first GA release of the 1.1 line of Pluto, which is a major refactoring of Pluto 1.0. Pluto 1.1 allows for easier integration of Pluto's portlet container and simpler configuration of the Pluto portal driver, a simple portal included with Pluto. Pluto 1.1.0 fixes a number of outstanding bugs in Pluto 1.1 as well as enhancements such as the auto registration of portlet applications.

The Apache Pluto project provides the reference implementation of the JSR-168 (Portlet 1.0) specification.

08 December 2005 - Apache Portals Jetspeed 2.0 Final Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Jetspeed 2.0 Open Source Enterprise Portal. This final release is fully-compliant with the Portlet Specification 1.0 (JSR-168). Jetspeed-2 has passed the TCK (Test Compatibility Kit) suite and is fully CERTIFIED to the Java Portlet Standard.

Standardized

  • Fully compliant with Java Portlet API Standard 1.0 (JSR 168)
  • Passed JSR-168 TCK Compatibility Test Suite
  • J2EE Security based on JAAS Standard, JAAS DB Portal Security Policy
  • LDAP Support for User Authentication

Foundation Component Architecture

  • Spring-based Components and Scalable Architecture
  • Configurable Pipeline Request Processor
  • Auto Deployment of Portlet Applications
  • Jetspeed Component Java API
  • Jetspeed AJAX XML API
  • PSML: Extended Portlet Site Markup Language
    • Database Persistent
    • Content Management Facilities
    • Security Constraints

Portal Core Features

  • Declarative Security Constraints and JAAS Database Security Policy
  • Runtime Portlet API Standard Role-based Security
  • Portal Content Management and Navigations: Pages, Menus, Folders, Links
  • Multithreaded Aggregation Engine
  • PSML Folder CMS Navigations, Menus, Links
  • Jetspeed SSO (Single Sign-on)
  • Rules-based Profiler for page and resource location
  • Integrates with most popular databases including Derby, MySQL, MS SQL, Postgres, Oracle, DB2, Hypersonic
  • Client independent capability engine (html, xhtml, wml,vml)
  • Internationalization: Localized Portal Resources in 12 Languages
  • Statistics Logging Engine
  • Portlet Registry
  • Full Text Search of Portlet Resources with Lucene
  • User Registration
  • Forgotten Password
  • Rich Login and Password Configuration Management

Administrative Portlets

  • User, Role, Group, Password, and Profile Management
  • JSR 168 Generic User Attributes Editor:
    • JSR 168 Preferences Editor
    • Site Manager
    • SSO Manager
    • Portlet Application and Lifecycle Management
    • Profiler Administration
    • Statistics Reports

Web Framework Support and Sample Portlets

  • Bridges to other Web Frameworks: JSF, Struts, PHP, Perl, Velocity
  • Sample Portlets:
    • RSS, IFrame, Calendar XSLT, Bookmark, Database Browser
    • Integration with Display Tags, Spring MVC

Customization Features

  • Administrative Site Manager
  • Page Customizer

Portal Design Features

  • Deployment Jetspeed Portlet and Page Skins (Decorators) CSS Components
  • Configurable CSS Page Layouts
  • Easy to Use Velocity Macro Language for Skin and Layout Components

Development Tools

  • Automated Maven Build
  • Jetspeed-2 Maven Plugin for Custom Portal Development
  • AutoDeployment of Portlet Applications, Portal Resources
  • Deployment Tools
  • Plugin Goals integrated with Auto Deployment Feature

Application Servers Supported

  • Tomcat 5.0.x
  • Tomcat 5.5.x
  • Websphere 5.1, 6.0
  • JBoss

  • Downloads are available here.

07 December 2005 - Apache Portals Bridges 1.0 Released

The Apache Portals Project and the Portals Bridges Team are proud to announce the first general availability release of Portals Bridges 1.0.

The Portals Bridges Project provides Portal independent and JSR-168 compliant Portlet components.

The released set of components supports Portlet development using common web frameworks like Struts, JSF, PHP, Perl and Velocity.

The Bridges were initially developed by the Jetspeed-2 Team and is actively used by Jetspeed-2 itself. Several other Portals are already adopting and providing support for Bridges too like Apache Cocoon Portal, JBoss Portal, GridSphere Portal and Stringbeans Portal.

  • Downloads are available here.

12 June 2005 - Jetspeed Quality Test Builds available at Spike Source

Spike Source is building Jetspeed-2 on a nightly basis. Build, test, and coverage results are available here:

here

26 May 2005 - Apache Portals Jetspeed 1.6 Final Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to announce the final release of Jetspeed 1.6

* New Features *

  • 1. Jetspeed Fusion - JSR 168 portlet integration with Jetspeed-2
  • 2. Jetspeed Clustering via JMS
  • 3. Ability to set the portlet title from within an action or while rendering content
  • 4. Security and Portlets can now be stored in the database
  • 5. Ability to switch database object model without re-compiling Jetspeed

  • Downloads are available here.
  • Release notes can be found here.

26 May 2005 - Apache Portals Jetspeed-2 M3 Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to announce the third milestone release of Jetspeed-2

* New and Improved *

  • Dynamic Page/Layout configuration
  • Greatly enhanced Security Maintenance Portlets
  • Login feedback enhancements
  • Disabled cookies support

  • Downloads are available here.
  • Release notes can be found here.

4 April 2005 - Apache Portals Jetspeed-2 M2 Released

The Apache Portals Jetspeed Team is pleased to announce the second milestone release of Jetspeed-2

  • Downloads are available here.
  • Release notes can be found here.

21 December 2004 - Apache Portals Pluto 1.0.1-rc2 Released

The Apache Pluto Community is proud to announce the release of Apache Pluto 1.0.1-RC2: the second binary release of the JSR-168 (Java Portlets) reference implementation.

  • Downloads are available here.
  • Release notes can be found here.

4 December 2004 - Apache Portals Jetspeed-2 M1 Released

The Apache Portals Community is proud to announce the release of Apache Portals Jetspeed-2 enterprise portal.

  • Downloads are available here.
  • Release notes can be found here.

8 October 2004 - Portals Pluto 1.0.1-rc1 Released

The Apache Pluto Community is proud to announce the release of Apache Pluto 1.0.1-rc-1: the first binary release of the reference implementation of the Java Portlet Specification.

Pluto 1.0.1-rc-1 is considered a release candidate. The promotion of this release candidate to general availability is expected within the few weeks, pending feedback from the community.

The Java Portlet Specification defines a Portlet API very similar to the Servlet API. The API provides a means for aggregating disperate content sources. The specification addresses security and personalization considerations and defines a standard with which these sources, or portlets can be deployed.

Pluto is an embedable portlet container which will typically be bundled within a fully functional Portal. The Pluto community has developed a simple portal driver implementation which allows for the testing and development of portlets with the container. The Pluto testsuite is an implementation agnostic portlet application which tests several basic operations of the container in which it is deployed.

The distribution is organized into four releases:

  • 1. A binary distribution bundled with Tomcat. This distribution is the easiest to install.
  • 2. A source distribution.
  • 3. A binary distribution containing the container library.
  • 4. A binary tools distribution with the portal driver and testsuite.

22 April 2004 - Jakarta Jetspeed 1.5 Released

* New Features *

  • 1. Security refactored to allow assigning roles within groups
  • 2. Jetspeed 1.5 Tutorial moved off of Bluesunrise and converted to Maven documentation format.
  • 3. Jetspeed Maven Plugin for creating and working with Jetspeed-based projects
  • 4. Build converted to Maven. Ant build deprecated.
  • 5. Jetspeed site converted to use Maven, and moved to http://portals.apache.org/jetspeed-1
  • 6. Jetspeed becomes a part of the Apache Portals project http://portals.apache.org
  • 7. Email Portlet
  • 8. Redirect Portlet
  • 9. Enhanced portlet filtering on the layout customize
  • 10. New skins and updated look and feel of the default portal
  • 11. Portlets and decorators (controls) can now be completely hidden if user doesn't have secure access to the portlet.
  • 12. GenericMVC portlet now can render in parallel with other portlets on the page
  • 13. Added filtering on portlet registry browser
  • 14. Drag and drop controller for the layout designer
  • 15. Upgrade to Torque 3.1 and Torque Plugin

25 March 2004 - Apache Portals Project Launched

The Apache Portals project is officially launched at the Apache Software Foundation