Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #31

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Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #31

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Last week we closed several issues that we wanted to include in our January release.  @ryandawsonukdid an amazing job at releasing and documenting the procedure for our monthly releases which we will follow from now on, making sure that each member of the team can release when necessary. @erdemedeiros manage to finish some major improvements on connectors and @ffazzini introduced our microservices acceptance tests which will help us to improve the overall quality of all our modules. You can check out the release notes HERE

@igdianov was looking into security/authentication for websockets and gateway support for websockets.

@daisuke-yoshimoto continued to the Investigation for #1687that signals are exchanged cross multiple Runtime Bundles(each database).Together he are also considering about Intermediate Throwing Message Event for #1691.

@constantin-ciobotaru tested the spring-cloud-kubernetes-config functionality in activiti services inside kubernetes in the context of spring-cloud Finchley.M5and spring-boot 2.0.0.M7

@mteodori adding the snyk badge to repos #1615

@lucianoprea did some improvement investigations about sleuth and logging #1688and start looking into add validation endpoint for Process Model Service #1720

@ffazzini finished the poc on acceptance tests ( Also tried out activiti cloud deployment spike on pivotal PKS

@balsarori closed some community issues around throw/catch signals which was merged to 5.x branch

@ryandawsonuk Enabled turning off of graphQL and notifications via a property and carried out the monthly release.

@erdemedeiros finished work to get connectors using dedicated channels (, and updated related documentation (; Created a reproducer for a trace id issue at Spring Cloud Sleuth (

@salaboy worked on the Application Service first draft a RFC blog post is coming right after the release post.

This week we will be planning the February milestone, so if you want to help us to shape the future of the project get in touch.

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