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From Brett Porter <>
Subject Re: [OT] Re: An experiment with Spring... What about OSGi ?
Date Mon, 25 Feb 2008 22:25:24 GMT

On 26/02/2008, at 9:11 AM, Rahul Thakur wrote:

> OK, this is just my personal opinion:
> I think choice of Spring OSGi is influenced by a few things:
> 1) Archiva is looking to garner more contributions from the  
> community. Moving to Spring would, IMO, definately lessen the  
> learning curve. There is a comprehensive documentation and large  
> user base who work with Spring. Regards choice of Spring DM for  
> OSGi, you might want to have a look here:

Rahul is right.

We don't really have any requirement for the features of OSGi at this  
time. Perhaps it would be useful as we add plugin support in a future  
version though, and hopefully the Spring integration will be  
sufficient at that point.

That said - Ludovic - if you see some way it might be of benefit and  
are looking to contribute, by all means let us know :)

> 3) May be others can chip with their thoughts on Modello. But I  
> think Modello could be dropped by using JPA annotations for the data  
> model.

Yeah, that's not really related :)


Brett Porter

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