Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread Henning Schmiedehausen
I still ask myself why we can't put HiveMind as its own project under the Jakarta umbrella. We have projects with a much smaller scope as normal jakarta projects and we have and had framework projects such as Cocoon, Avalon or Turbine outside of the commons. IMHO the scope of HiveMind is already

Re: BSD style code and licensing issues

2003-11-12 Thread Henning Schmiedehausen
On Tue, 2003-11-11 at 16:20, Mark R. Diggory wrote: That last thread seemed such a waste of bandwidth. Unfortunately it swallowed a discussion we were trying to start concerning Licensing issues associated with the consideration of using BSD style licensed code in Apache Projects. To

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread Danny Angus
I still ask myself why we can't put HiveMind as its own project under the Jakarta umbrella. It doesn't seem unreasonable to me, if the criteria are met and the political implications of creating a new sub-project are acceptable. Otherwise a spell in commons will help to cement the community

Re: Call on Stein to resign over Gernimo

2003-11-12 Thread Geir Magnusson Jr .
On Tuesday, November 11, 2003, at 01:25 PM, Vic Cekvenich wrote: Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: I think that this is the right list, very few people are intrested about the incubator. This is about ASF reputation. (It is also about the OSS reputation, including BSD, Linux, CodeHus, etc.) Due to

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread hlship
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, Henning Schmiedehausen wrote: I still ask myself why we can't put HiveMind as its own project under the Jakarta umbrella. Isn't that what this proposal is proposing? If it isn't, then [EMAIL PROTECTED] is the wrong list to propose it to. We have projects with

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread Danny Angus
Howard wrote: 3) Chuck it over to Avalon I've looked to see how we could graft HiveMind into Avalon and vice-versa, but they are really quite different beasts. The type-1 vs. type-2/type-3 split is intrinsic and difficult to reconcile. HiveMind's concept of a module doesn't map so

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread J Aaron Farr
FYI: I think someone wanted this to get forwarded to the Avalon 'general' mailing list, but since that doesn't exist, I thought I'd send it to our dev list. For the Avaloners: There's been a bit of discussion lately on [EMAIL PROTECTED] about what to do with Hivemind seeing that it has

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread Berin Loritsch
J Aaron Farr wrote: FYI: I think someone wanted this to get forwarded to the Avalon 'general' mailing list, but since that doesn't exist, I thought I'd send it to our dev list. For the Avaloners: There's been a bit of discussion lately on [EMAIL PROTECTED] about what to do with Hivemind

RE: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-12 Thread Noel J. Bergman
An article on The Server Side (http://www.theserverside.com/home/thread.jsp?thread_id=22371) started me thinking again about HiveMind today. The major issues mentioned there are the same as mentioned by Howard below: I've looked to see how we could graft HiveMind into Avalon and vice-versa,