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From Christian Essl <>
Subject Re: [HiveMind] What next?
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2003 22:28:10 GMT
A wiki is a good idea. I think especially of a wiki page which provides 
links to services implemented by people who don't have commons cvs access. 
Harish ie had some intrest in a Cache service. I think a publish subscribe 
thing would be a good form for event-dispatching (JavaBeans styled events 
have some problems especially with Threaded model).

Concerning configuration: I think there should be a standard schema (my be 
RelaxedNG). But - while keeping the build in processing - there should be a 
possibility to leave the processing definition to the definer using special 
services. As I see (yet another suggestion) this could be easily 
acomplished if it was possible to get the (unparsed) Elements from the 

On Tue, 14 Oct 2003 17:35:47 -0400, Howard M. Lewis Ship 
<> wrote:

> I've been touching up the framework and docs and I really think HiveMind 
> is ready to go into beta.
> My definition of beta is "code complete, no changes outside of focused 
> bug fixes".  In other words,
> by going to beta, we're saying that HiveMind is feature complete for a 
> 1.0 release.
> We have lots of cool ideas for a 1.1 release ... but despite the 
> surprising amount of interest in
> HiveMind, my preference is to keep it as small and focused as possible, 
> without omitting any
> features that will be generally useful.
> I've lost track of all the cool ideas that have popped up. We need a 
> HiveMind wiki somewhere.
> --
> Howard M. Lewis Ship
> Creator, Tapestry: Java Web Components
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