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From "Malcolm Edgar" <malcolm.ed...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: DataView status
Date Tue, 10 Oct 2006 19:51:26 GMT
I may be able to contribute to the DV module, but this depends upon
whether a client project firms up (has to pay the bills). I will keep
you posted.

regards Malcolm Edgar

On 10/11/06, Andrus Adamchik <andrus@objectstyle.org> wrote:
> On Oct 10, 2006, at 2:54 PM, Adrian Wiesmann wrote:
> >> * If we (cayenne dev community) are to continue the development, as a
> >> first step I suggest making Cayenne core independent of DV runtime.
> >
> > I would suggest to move DV "out of the way" so that it is not
> > hurting the
> > normal Cayenne development. But please keep DataViews supported. I am
> > currently in the process to switch to Cayenne 3.x because I absolutely
> > need the Lifecycle Callbacks (generating uuid formated key when
> > creating a
> > new object and updating the last_updated field before committing
> > changes).
> >
> > Because the SOBF tool is that much depending on DataViews I would very
> > much like to see them at least not removed. I would hate to have to
> > redo
> > everything I already programmed only because of DataViews being
> > removed
> > from Cayenne.
>
> This sounds like a reasonable strategy. I guess we can promise that
> much. But again, I appreciate if all interested parties could
> actually help us with DV maintenance. You probably know much more
> about DV than myself or any of the current committers anyways :-)
>
> As the history shows (DV, JStaple and Rowan projects), there is lots
> of interest in Swing-related technologies in our community, but not
> nearly as much commitment. I suspect it is because Swing is not
> paying anyone's bills consistently (e.g. I may have a 2-month Swing
> project and then switch back to webapps, I believe that's the case
> with others too).
>
> It would be cool if we could find one or more dedicated developers
> with a vision in this area to lead the Swing effort. But I'll keep
> dreaming...
>
> > The SOBF tool (Security Officers Best Friend, Open Source tool for
> > assessing information security risk)
>
> I like your website :-)
>
> Andrus
>
>
>
>

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