We follow the "release often, release early paradigm". That means we will release
new versions of EJOE as often as it seems to be reasonable. New EJOE versions may contain
incompatible API changes until version 0.4.0 will be reached.
Releases containing bugfixes only are called "patch releases" they will be named following this naming convention: x.x.x_yy whereby y.y stands for the patch level and x.x.x stands for the last compatible major version.
At the moment we are mainly working on additional SerializeAdapters, optimization of overall performance and memory consumption as well as on optional HTTP-tunneling of EJOE client calls to support scenarios, where clients may be operating from behind a firewall.
With version 0.3.1 EJOE has reached a beta stage, which means that it's functional but
we can't recommend usage in production enviroments. The 0.3.1_01 patch release has shown that
EJOE may still contain some more or less critical bugs.
Introducion of selectable IO mechanisms, different threadpools for read/process and writer threads.
Adjustable threadpool strategies and selectable compression.
Be aware that 0.3.2 contains some incompatible API changes.
Patch 01 for the 0.3.1 release. Fixed some known bugs and contained some back-ported features of the upcoming 0.3.2 release.