Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-20 Thread Richard Allen
Sure.

On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 2:45 AM, nino martinez wael 
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:

 If your on it Richard, could you put in the wicket merchandise shop aswell?
 cafepress.com/apachewicket

 2009/2/19 Richard Allen richard.l.al...@gmail.com

  I like the wickethub.org idea! Thank you for your contribution.
 
  I'm assuming the site doesn't crawl the Internet looking for Wicket
 things.
  If I'm correct, then people have to post there. Which means people have
 to
  know about it, both to benefit from it and to contribute to it. I see no
  mention of it on wicket.apache.org or the Wicket wiki.
 
  On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:03 AM, francisco treacy 
  francisco.tre...@gmail.com wrote:
 
   hi richard,
  
   part of your concerns are addressed in wickethub. i launched it a few
   weeks ago but time is scarce to maintain it (anyway, it is open source
   so anyone can access the code / contribute).
  
   there are still issues and lots of things we want to do. i'm thinking
   over the domain model and this will likely change to making the whole
   idea more useful.
  
   hopefully this will only get better in the near future.
  
   francisco
  
   --
   http://wickethub.org
  
  
  
   On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Richard Allen
   richard.l.al...@gmail.com wrote:
True. And I have no problem with that. I'll update the wiki with what
 I
   know
before the end of the week.
   
However, I believe the good management of projects is in large part
  what
makes them a success.
   
   
On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Martijn Dashorst 
martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
   
Most pages you refer to (apart from those that are in the
wicket.apache.org style) are WIKI pages. This means *you* can
 modify
them: this holds true for the Wicket WIKI and the Wicket Stuff WIKI.
   
If you want to contribute text to the main wicket site, you can
 attach
it to a JIRA issue. etc.
   
Martijn
   
   
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-19 Thread Richard Allen
True. And I have no problem with that. I'll update the wiki with what I know
before the end of the week.

However, I believe the good management of projects is in large part what
makes them a success.


On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Martijn Dashorst 
martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:

 Most pages you refer to (apart from those that are in the
 wicket.apache.org style) are WIKI pages. This means *you* can modify
 them: this holds true for the Wicket WIKI and the Wicket Stuff WIKI.

 If you want to contribute text to the main wicket site, you can attach
 it to a JIRA issue. etc.

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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-19 Thread francisco treacy
hi richard,

part of your concerns are addressed in wickethub. i launched it a few
weeks ago but time is scarce to maintain it (anyway, it is open source
so anyone can access the code / contribute).

there are still issues and lots of things we want to do. i'm thinking
over the domain model and this will likely change to making the whole
idea more useful.

hopefully this will only get better in the near future.

francisco

--
http://wickethub.org



On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Richard Allen
richard.l.al...@gmail.com wrote:
 True. And I have no problem with that. I'll update the wiki with what I know
 before the end of the week.

 However, I believe the good management of projects is in large part what
 makes them a success.


 On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Martijn Dashorst 
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:

 Most pages you refer to (apart from those that are in the
 wicket.apache.org style) are WIKI pages. This means *you* can modify
 them: this holds true for the Wicket WIKI and the Wicket Stuff WIKI.

 If you want to contribute text to the main wicket site, you can attach
 it to a JIRA issue. etc.

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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-19 Thread Richard Allen
I like the wickethub.org idea! Thank you for your contribution.

I'm assuming the site doesn't crawl the Internet looking for Wicket things.
If I'm correct, then people have to post there. Which means people have to
know about it, both to benefit from it and to contribute to it. I see no
mention of it on wicket.apache.org or the Wicket wiki.

On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:03 AM, francisco treacy 
francisco.tre...@gmail.com wrote:

 hi richard,

 part of your concerns are addressed in wickethub. i launched it a few
 weeks ago but time is scarce to maintain it (anyway, it is open source
 so anyone can access the code / contribute).

 there are still issues and lots of things we want to do. i'm thinking
 over the domain model and this will likely change to making the whole
 idea more useful.

 hopefully this will only get better in the near future.

 francisco

 --
 http://wickethub.org



 On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Richard Allen
 richard.l.al...@gmail.com wrote:
  True. And I have no problem with that. I'll update the wiki with what I
 know
  before the end of the week.
 
  However, I believe the good management of projects is in large part what
  makes them a success.
 
 
  On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Martijn Dashorst 
  martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Most pages you refer to (apart from those that are in the
  wicket.apache.org style) are WIKI pages. This means *you* can modify
  them: this holds true for the Wicket WIKI and the Wicket Stuff WIKI.
 
  If you want to contribute text to the main wicket site, you can attach
  it to a JIRA issue. etc.
 
  Martijn
 
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-19 Thread nino martinez wael
If your on it Richard, could you put in the wicket merchandise shop aswell?
cafepress.com/apachewicket

2009/2/19 Richard Allen richard.l.al...@gmail.com

 I like the wickethub.org idea! Thank you for your contribution.

 I'm assuming the site doesn't crawl the Internet looking for Wicket things.
 If I'm correct, then people have to post there. Which means people have to
 know about it, both to benefit from it and to contribute to it. I see no
 mention of it on wicket.apache.org or the Wicket wiki.

 On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:03 AM, francisco treacy 
 francisco.tre...@gmail.com wrote:

  hi richard,
 
  part of your concerns are addressed in wickethub. i launched it a few
  weeks ago but time is scarce to maintain it (anyway, it is open source
  so anyone can access the code / contribute).
 
  there are still issues and lots of things we want to do. i'm thinking
  over the domain model and this will likely change to making the whole
  idea more useful.
 
  hopefully this will only get better in the near future.
 
  francisco
 
  --
  http://wickethub.org
 
 
 
  On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Richard Allen
  richard.l.al...@gmail.com wrote:
   True. And I have no problem with that. I'll update the wiki with what I
  know
   before the end of the week.
  
   However, I believe the good management of projects is in large part
 what
   makes them a success.
  
  
   On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Martijn Dashorst 
   martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
  
   Most pages you refer to (apart from those that are in the
   wicket.apache.org style) are WIKI pages. This means *you* can modify
   them: this holds true for the Wicket WIKI and the Wicket Stuff WIKI.
  
   If you want to contribute text to the main wicket site, you can attach
   it to a JIRA issue. etc.
  
   Martijn
  
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread Martijn Dashorst
I for one enjoy the many different approaches that are available.
While we could use more folks hammering away on wicket core bugs,
there seems to be a never ending supply of quickstarts, crud
frameworks etc. There are so many ways to skin the cat, and not every
way is to everyone's liking. So go forth and multiply. Let the best of
breed tools surface.

Martijn

On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 8:11 AM, nino martinez wael
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
 I wish that some of these frameworks would join existing ones.. To put more
 momentum in those..

 I know we would be happy to have more people on wicketopia, which does
 something similar..

 regards Nino

 2009/2/18 Patrick Angeles patr...@inertiabev.com


 For anyone interested, I've made public yet another quick start application
 that brings together Wicket, Spring 2.5 and Hibernate.

 The app features a basic CRUD framework based on wicketstuff-crud. The CRUD
 framework uses bean annotations to define CRUD properties. It also uses the
 excellent InMethod Grid component for the list view.

 Link:

 http://apptizer.googlecode.com/

 Cheers,

 - P
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread Patrick A.

Hey Nino,

Apptizer is not really a framework. It's more like AppFuse or Qwicket in
spirit... with the goal of showing how Spring, Hibernate/JPA and Wicket
integrate. The CRUD framework in there is not meant to be integral. In fact,
the CRUD framework is designed to be disposable.

I've only heard of Wicketopia incidentally, probably on IRC. I checked the
project page and it was the standard mvn generated site with no information
or description of the project, so I tuned it out.

I do agree that there's a number of Wicket-based RAD frameworks out there
that could benefit from consolidation.

I'd be willing to pitch in.


Nino Martinez-2 wrote:
 
 I wish that some of these frameworks would join existing ones.. To put
 more
 momentum in those..
 
 I know we would be happy to have more people on wicketopia, which does
 something similar..
 
 regards Nino
 
 2009/2/18 Patrick Angeles patr...@inertiabev.com
 

 For anyone interested, I've made public yet another quick start
 application
 that brings together Wicket, Spring 2.5 and Hibernate.

 The app features a basic CRUD framework based on wicketstuff-crud. The
 CRUD
 framework uses bean annotations to define CRUD properties. It also uses
 the
 excellent InMethod Grid component for the list view.

 Link:

 http://apptizer.googlecode.com/

 Cheers,

 - P
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread nino martinez wael
I have mixed feelings about it too. I guess it' sort of the same dialog as
with all the web frameworks available for java...But another nice thing
about consolidating are that mass will increase on the separate projects..
The best of breed might not survive, it the one person get other
priorities..

2009/2/18 Martijn Dashorst martijn.dasho...@gmail.com

 I for one enjoy the many different approaches that are available.
 While we could use more folks hammering away on wicket core bugs,
 there seems to be a never ending supply of quickstarts, crud
 frameworks etc. There are so many ways to skin the cat, and not every
 way is to everyone's liking. So go forth and multiply. Let the best of
 breed tools surface.

 Martijn

 On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 8:11 AM, nino martinez wael
 nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
  I wish that some of these frameworks would join existing ones.. To put
 more
  momentum in those..
 
  I know we would be happy to have more people on wicketopia, which does
  something similar..
 
  regards Nino
 
  2009/2/18 Patrick Angeles patr...@inertiabev.com
 
 
  For anyone interested, I've made public yet another quick start
 application
  that brings together Wicket, Spring 2.5 and Hibernate.
 
  The app features a basic CRUD framework based on wicketstuff-crud. The
 CRUD
  framework uses bean annotations to define CRUD properties. It also uses
 the
  excellent InMethod Grid component for the list view.
 
  Link:
 
  http://apptizer.googlecode.com/
 
  Cheers,
 
  - P
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread nino martinez wael
2009/2/18 Patrick A. patrickange...@gmail.com


 Hey Nino,

 Apptizer is not really a framework. It's more like AppFuse or Qwicket in
 spirit... with the goal of showing how Spring, Hibernate/JPA and Wicket
 integrate. The CRUD framework in there is not meant to be integral. In
 fact,
 the CRUD framework is designed to be disposable.

Ahh so it might be something like my Iolite..



 I've only heard of Wicketopia incidentally, probably on IRC. I checked the
 project page and it was the standard mvn generated site with no information
 or description of the project, so I tuned it out.

Good point, i'll take it up with James, we might need some love on the PR...




 I do agree that there's a number of Wicket-based RAD frameworks out there
 that could benefit from consolidation.

 I'd be willing to pitch in.

Great, I think you should write to James to get setup he is the project lead
(
♫
jwcar...@gmail.com ).. In the mean time the svn url are :
http://wicketopia.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicketopia/trunk




 Nino Martinez-2 wrote:
 
  I wish that some of these frameworks would join existing ones.. To put
  more
  momentum in those..
 
  I know we would be happy to have more people on wicketopia, which does
  something similar..
 
  regards Nino
 
  2009/2/18 Patrick Angeles patr...@inertiabev.com
 
 
  For anyone interested, I've made public yet another quick start
  application
  that brings together Wicket, Spring 2.5 and Hibernate.
 
  The app features a basic CRUD framework based on wicketstuff-crud. The
  CRUD
  framework uses bean annotations to define CRUD properties. It also uses
  the
  excellent InMethod Grid component for the list view.
 
  Link:
 
  http://apptizer.googlecode.com/
 
  Cheers,
 
  - P
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread James Carman
On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 6:33 AM, nino martinez wael
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
 2009/2/18 Patrick A. patrickange...@gmail.com


 Hey Nino,

 Apptizer is not really a framework. It's more like AppFuse or Qwicket in
 spirit... with the goal of showing how Spring, Hibernate/JPA and Wicket
 integrate. The CRUD framework in there is not meant to be integral. In
 fact,
 the CRUD framework is designed to be disposable.

 Ahh so it might be something like my Iolite..



 I've only heard of Wicketopia incidentally, probably on IRC. I checked the
 project page and it was the standard mvn generated site with no information
 or description of the project, so I tuned it out.

 Good point, i'll take it up with James, we might need some love on the PR...

Well, we definitely need some PR love.  I've been kinda swamped at
work with no time to devote to my fun projects, like Wicketopia, but
I've got big ideas for where I think it should go.





 I do agree that there's a number of Wicket-based RAD frameworks out there
 that could benefit from consolidation.

 I'd be willing to pitch in.

 Great, I think you should write to James to get setup he is the project lead
 (
 ♫
 jwcar...@gmail.com ).. In the mean time the svn url are :
 http://wicketopia.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicketopia/trunk

The more the merrier!

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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread nino martinez wael
2009/2/18 James Carman jcar...@carmanconsulting.com

 On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 6:33 AM, nino martinez wael
 nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
  2009/2/18 Patrick A. patrickange...@gmail.com
 
 
  Hey Nino,
 
  Apptizer is not really a framework. It's more like AppFuse or Qwicket in
  spirit... with the goal of showing how Spring, Hibernate/JPA and Wicket
  integrate. The CRUD framework in there is not meant to be integral. In
  fact,
  the CRUD framework is designed to be disposable.
 
  Ahh so it might be something like my Iolite..
 
 
 
  I've only heard of Wicketopia incidentally, probably on IRC. I checked
 the
  project page and it was the standard mvn generated site with no
 information
  or description of the project, so I tuned it out.
 
  Good point, i'll take it up with James, we might need some love on the
 PR...

 Well, we definitely need some PR love.  I've been kinda swamped at
 work with no time to devote to my fun projects, like Wicketopia, but
 I've got big ideas for where I think it should go.


Yeah, my time are scares now as well.. I'd like it do be a bit more simple
to develop new components for annotations.. I guess we could  should take
the discussion on the wicketopia forum? Also to show that there are some
activities there..



 
 
 
 
  I do agree that there's a number of Wicket-based RAD frameworks out
 there
  that could benefit from consolidation.
 
  I'd be willing to pitch in.
 
  Great, I think you should write to James to get setup he is the project
 lead
  (
  ♫
  jwcar...@gmail.com ).. In the mean time the svn url are :
  http://wicketopia.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicketopia/trunk

 The more the merrier!

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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-18 Thread Martijn Dashorst
Most pages you refer to (apart from those that are in the
wicket.apache.org style) are WIKI pages. This means *you* can modify
them: this holds true for the Wicket WIKI and the Wicket Stuff WIKI.

If you want to contribute text to the main wicket site, you can attach
it to a JIRA issue. etc.

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Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-17 Thread Patrick Angeles

For anyone interested, I've made public yet another quick start application
that brings together Wicket, Spring 2.5 and Hibernate.

The app features a basic CRUD framework based on wicketstuff-crud. The CRUD
framework uses bean annotations to define CRUD properties. It also uses the
excellent InMethod Grid component for the list view.

Link:

http://apptizer.googlecode.com/

Cheers,

- P
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Re: Yet another Wicket quick start application...

2009-02-17 Thread Sergey Podatelev
Will definitely check that out, thanks.

On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 2:41 AM, Patrick Angeles patr...@inertiabev.comwrote:


 For anyone interested, I've made public yet another quick start application
 that brings together Wicket, Spring 2.5 and Hibernate.

 The app features a basic CRUD framework based on wicketstuff-crud. The CRUD
 framework uses bean annotations to define CRUD properties. It also uses the
 excellent InMethod Grid component for the list view.

 Link:

 http://apptizer.googlecode.com/

 Cheers,

 - P
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