Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-13 Thread Stephen McConnell
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've put up a limited copy of the HiveMind documentation on my personal home page: Howard: Are you open to the idea of discussing some mutual areas of interest? There are a number of aspects of the work you are doing that are complimentary with the work on-going in

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-30 Thread Stephen McConnell
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: I don't think that Avalon has any right to have a stranglehold on all service frameworks. Andrew: The Avalon community very aware of the the different approaches that exist. If your following the Avalon dev list you would be aware of ongoing discussions concerning

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-12-01 Thread Stephen McConnell
Andrew C. Oliver wrote in haste: I say that Howard Lewis Ship is a skilled coder and community builder and if he wants to give it a try with HiveMind, while the topic bores me personally, I'll give him my support. If he does want to collaborate with the Avalonites (Avaloners?) then he should be

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-12-01 Thread Stephen McConnell
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: Perhaps you missed that part of my message. No - I didn't miss anything. What you could do is try to add some rationalization around your arguments instead of making negative assertions about a project you are not involved with and are not interested in. The rest of

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-12-02 Thread Stephen McConnell
Howard M. Lewis Ship wrote: What I would like to do is to hear from Howard himself (or anyone working on the HiveMind project)! I'm particularly interested in how Avalon can leverage some of the technologies in HiveMind, and I'm equally confident in the ability of Avalon to provide

Re: Just in case you're curious

2003-12-22 Thread Stephen McConnell
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: From: Geir Magnusson Jr. [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: Jakarta General List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003 21:04:26 -0500 To: Jakarta General List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Just in case you're curious On Dec 21, 2003, at 5:03 PM, Andrew C. Oliver wrote:

Re: Just in case you're curious

2003-12-22 Thread Stephen McConnell
Dain Sundstrom wrote: Larry, I'm surprised that no one answered this (at least that I saw). From what I understand, ASF believes that those on PMC have liability protection from the ASF because the PMC members are acting on behalf of the organization. Further is it seems that the ASF does

Re: Indemnification of the PMC

2003-12-26 Thread Stephen McConnell
Geir : If I understand correctly, the opinions of an individual are not the same as a motion passed by the BOD. It is my understanding the BOD has not passed any resolution that grants a PMC member any of the rights implied by the message quoted below. In fact, my understanding is that the

Re: Indemnification of the PMC

2003-12-27 Thread Stephen McConnell
Noel J. Bergman wrote: Stephen McConnell wrote: If I understand correctly, the opinions of an individual are not the same as a motion passed by the BOD. Correct. In fact, my understanding is that the role of PMC implies no rights at all - just extra responsibility

Re: [PROPOSAL] As it ever were (draft 2)

2003-12-28 Thread Stephen McConnell
Ted: First off - appologies because I havn't read every message on Jakarta. But it seems to me that someone has said that the very notion of federation employed by the board to facilitate management (i.e. the establishment of sub-structures) is for some reason not-allowed beyond the level of the

Re: [PROPOSAL] As it ever were (draft 2)

2003-12-28 Thread Stephen McConnell
Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: On Dec 28, 2003, at 7:51 PM, Stephen McConnell wrote: Ted: First off - appologies because I havn't read every message on Jakarta. But it seems to me that someone has said that the very notion of federation employed by the board to facilitate management (i.e

Re: [PROPOSAL] Proactively encourage TLP status

2003-12-28 Thread Stephen McConnell
Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: You also can't get soft cheese at a reasonable temperature in a restaurant under EU regs. They must keep them cold until being served. Ug. I can help you out on this particular subject! No shortage of soft cheese ready for a stated day of delivery where live.

Re: [PROPOSAL] Proactively encourage TLP status

2003-12-28 Thread Stephen McConnell
Stephen McConnell wrote: Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: You also can't get soft cheese at a reasonable temperature in a restaurant under EU regs. They must keep them cold until being served. Ug. I can help you out on this particular subject! No shortage of soft cheese ready for a stated

Re: EU analogy [PROPOSAL] Proactively encourage TLP status

2003-12-28 Thread Stephen McConnell
Stephen Colebourne wrote: you haven't seen what the EU has been up to :) Talk about over-regulation... LOL :-) OK, so it is a bad analogy. I don't believe that either Costin or I live in the EU. I don't either. I live in Connecticut, USA. I was always suspicious that

Re: Proposal: Jakarta HiveMind Project

2004-03-02 Thread Stephen McConnell
Howard M. Lewis Ship wrote: HiveMind fits into an area that partially overlaps the Apache Avalon project, with significant differences. HiveMind's concept of a distributed configuration is unique among the available service microkernels (Avalon, Keel, Spring, PicoContainer, etc.). Avalon is