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From "Hugo Burm" <hu...@xs4all.nl>
Subject RE: Flow + Hibernate sample offer
Date Thu, 14 Aug 2003 19:26:26 GMT
Yes, I am interested.

But I suggest you create a Wiki page and add your example as a zip file to
this page. Instead of having links to your own CVS.

I am interested because I walked the same road as you did.
Just like you, I found out that I could not do some things with the JXForms
framework. You created your own form-framework solution. I am looking into
Woody which has a lot of hooks to insert your own solution. But this takes a
lot of time to invest. So when you have to deliver something before the end
of the month...
Anyway, I am interested in your solution.

BTW: The Hibernate guys are now aware of the license problem, and seem to be
willing to offer their api under a less restrictive license.


Hugo


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeremy Quinn [mailto:jeremy@media.demon.co.uk]
> Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2003 6:19 PM
> To: dev@cocoon.apache.org
> Subject: Flow + Hibernate sample offer
>
>
> Dear All,
>
> I have just been given permission by my client inIVA.org to open source
> the application I have been writing for them for editing their SQL
> dataset (their Archive on http://www.iniva.org/archive).
>
> My hope is that this could constitute a sample of working with
> FlowScript + JX + Hibernate. It would not be otherwise useful to
> anyone, because it all depends on inIVA's copious data (which would
> obviously not be supplied).
>
> I would either supply the App as a .gzip download, or maybe from the
> private CVS I use.
>
> I imagine I would put a page on the wiki to alert people of the
> existence of the sample, with a link to the download.
>
> So, some questions ....
>
> 	what do you think, is this a good idea?
> 	should/can I add the Apache license to it?
> 	does it matter that I used my own form-framework, not Woody, JXForm
> etc.?
> 	would anyone care to peer-review it (to check I have used good
> practises) before release?
> 	should I publish it with a test dataset, so the jUnit tests
> work (if
> so, how)?
> 	are there any other issues I have not thought of?
>
>
> Thanks for your feedback
>
> regards Jeremy
>
>


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