Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-12-02 Thread Dominique Pfister
Hi Julian, On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 12:59 PM, Julian Reschke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dominique Pfister wrote: Hi, After having had a first look at the CMIS specification, I decided to start off with the jcr-cmis implementation. I therefore created a jcr-cmis sandbox with the following

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-12-02 Thread Torgeir Veimo
On 2 Dec 2008, at 20:04, Dominique Pfister wrote: -- + rest + ws Just as an observation, I think it's insane having two different protocols for this standard. It sounds like two factions in the standards group that could never agree. -- Torgeir Veimo [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-12-02 Thread Julian Reschke
Dominique Pfister wrote: Hi, After having had a first look at the CMIS specification, I decided to start off with the jcr-cmis implementation. I therefore created a jcr-cmis sandbox with the following initial structure: jcr-cmis -- + server + rest + ws I intend to start working on

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-12-02 Thread David Nuescheler
Also, I don't think we should implement any of the HTTP extensions in the AtomPub binding -- they are neither necessary nor desirable. We should show the TC how to implement it right, not just implement whatever they suggest. very good point! this also puts us into a good position to file

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-24 Thread Julian Reschke
David Nuescheler wrote: ... absolutely. i think this would be particularly interesting given the fact that a lot of the functionality is already defined in webdav. i wonder if it is possibly to steer the tc into that direction. ... Yes. Indeed, it would be interesting to know how much

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-23 Thread David Nuescheler
Hi Jukka, Most of the organizations on the technical committee of CMIS are already heavily involved at Apache either as contributors or as sponsors and are also on the JCR expert group. If there are existing Apache committers from other projects who'd be interested in working on this, then

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-23 Thread David Nuescheler
hi julian, thanks for your comments. ... Since functionally the CMIS specification is a subset of the JCR specification it allows a very simple and straight-forward mapping to a fully compliant JCR repository such as Jackrabbit. ... Yes, the more challenging part is the mapping *from* a

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-21 Thread Julian Reschke
David Nuescheler wrote: ... Since functionally the CMIS specification is a subset of the JCR specification it allows a very simple and straight-forward mapping to a fully compliant JCR repository such as Jackrabbit. ... Yes, the more challenging part is the mapping *from* a JCR repository

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-20 Thread Gianugo Rabellino
David, thanks for this. From the peanut gallery (Troy McLure moment: hi Jackrabbits, you might remember me for being an initial mentor of Jackrabbit, and being dragged away since graduation, yet keeping a place in my heart for the project) I have been both interested and quite skeptical about

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-20 Thread Michael Wechner
David Nuescheler schrieb: Hi all, I am currently working in a technical committee on OASIS defining a document management interoperability specification called CMIS [1]. CMIS shoots for a protocol level interoperability between applications and various repository vendors. The specification is

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-20 Thread Jukka Zitting
Hi, On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 7:17 PM, David Nuescheler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Similar to the existing protocol layers (webdav etc) on top of JCR that are already part of Jackrabbit, I would like to propose that we initiate first tests with an implementation in a sandbox project. Sounds

Re: jcr-cmis sandbox

2008-11-20 Thread Paolo Mottadelli
Hi all, 2 words about me. working for Sourcesense, committer of Apache POI implementing the Open XML format support, very close to the CM world, in particular to JCR; I have been also working on Alfresco for a couple of years. I am very excited by this thread, since I am one of those hoping that