Same thought, for asf it sounds like a G subproject and not sure tomee fits
but not strongly against neither.
Side note: we had a ssh module already which never got attraction - not a
need i guess - so not sure it would get better welcoming this time.
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2017-08-10 10:12 GMT+02:00 Jean-Louis Monteiro <jlmonte...@tomitribe.com>:
> Does it mean we'll rename TomEE as a TLP to something else so TomEE can be
> a subproject and we will be creating more sub-projects for Sheldon or any
> other project?
> I have seen a lot of discussions in different Apache projects regarding a
> common place for Java EE components (spec jars and common libraries). I
> know TomEE has been mentioned a couple of times, as well as other Apache
> Is this a related discussion?
> Or should it be tackled at the same time?
> Jean-Louis Monteiro
> On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 5:00 AM, David Blevins <david.blev...@gmail.com>
> > > On Aug 9, 2017, at 7:27 PM, John D. Ament <johndam...@apache.org>
> > >
> > > <incubator hat>
> > > Don't forget to do IP clearance
> > > </incubator hat>
> > Salute and Ack. Went through that process with a half-dozen code bases
> > the 2003-2009 range. I was a pro then, not sure if my knowledge is
> > > I personally think these are awesome projects. David's been passionate
> > > about this stuff for a long time, and I was really hopefully to get
> > > MDB enhancements working on the JMS spec, never happened :-(
> > I pushed hard to have them not axe JMS from Java 8. Of course I’m
> > stubborn, so perhaps there is still another way.
> > > It would be great to see these at Apache, and hopefully with a pretty
> > > robust test suite showing them working in multiple EE containers.
> > Robust test suite would be awesome. I know Sheldon currently supports
> > Wildfly and TomEE. Jonathan Gallimore put quite a lot of work into it.
> > Testing wise, I think it was mostly manual. So some increased tests
> > be good.
> > Feature wise, there are a handful of things I’d love to see added to
> > Sheldon:
> > - ability to use ssh keys instead of passwords
> > - ability to execute ‘ssh localhost -p 2222 <some command>’ style
> > commands that ssh allows
> > - ability to use @RolesAllowed on commands
> > With those in there, you could do some extremely cool things. Not that
> > Sheldon isn’t darn cool already :)
> > -David