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From Hiram Chirino <hi...@hiramchirino.com>
Subject Re: AMQP client library collaboration
Date Thu, 10 Jun 2010 17:09:16 GMT
My preference would be Github + Google Groups.  Since the point of
taking it outside of Apache is to encourage external folks to more
easily participate, using Git as the SCM is a no brainer since anyone
can fork and contribute at anytime without needing to 'earn commit
karma'.  And naturally, I'd expect all the work to be done under a
license like ASL 2.0.

Regards,
Hiram

On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 11:08 AM, Bruce Snyder <bruce.snyder@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 2:41 PM, Robert Godfrey <rob.j.godfrey@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Bruce,
>>
>> as great to meet you at the AMQP event, pity you couldn't stay longer!
>
> Hi Rob, it was great to meet you as well! I had no idea that the event
> was three days, otherwise I would have made plans to stay :-(. Next
> time.
>
>> As discussed yesterday, I am really *really* interested in this - Rafi
>> and I have been discussing something like this for a while, and would
>> be fantastic to have you guys (and anyone else who is interested) on
>> board as well.
>>
>> If we can't find anything else suitable, we may be able to set up some
>> mailing lists for development communities for AMQP 1-0 in general - I
>> can bring this up at the conference today... Would be good to have a
>> space where people who are interested in AMQP 1-0 can talk to each
>> other and find common interests so people don't unnecessarily
>> duplicate work.
>>
>> Having the lists / work hosted somewhere "independent" rather than by
>> any of the existing "vendors" of AMQP technology would be preferable
>> IMHO.
>
> Agreed. Rafi and I both agreed that this needs to be vendor independent.
>
> My analogy for this effort is the Apache Commons HTTP Client. Many
> projects and products use the HTTP Client on top of which to build
> their own apps and clients for HTTP. This effort would be similar to
> that -- it will create a plain old client for AMQP 1.0. Rafi and I
> both agreed that this effort should be independent of any vendor and
> owned by the community.
>
> I do anticipate that we may receive contributions from the numerous
> implementations for the various spec versions that are already out
> there. So we will need to deal with this to determine the best option
> for the entire group. If we receive too many contributions we may just
> need to sidestep the whole debate about which one to use and simply
> create something from scratch by borrowing ideas from the
> contributions.
>
>> PS Just seen Rajith's mail suggesting google as a possible site to
>> host the work - that would work for me.
>
> Agreed, I think Google Code would be the best place because it
> provides everything we need. That way we could just reference the
> project from the AMQP website.
>
> Bruce
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