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From Vic Cekvenich <cekvenich_...@baseBeans.com>
Subject OT: Re: [ANN] hivemind has been temporarily taken offline
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2003 11:29:10 GMT
Interesting that HiveMind was a problem, yet jBoss to Geromino is not a 
potential legal problem for Apache Users. What was the diference, that 
they put the code in sf.net first, refactored packages and claimed it 
was not jBoss IP? All Howard did was level with ASF, and Geronimo 
(insert appropriate word) claimed orignial IP.  Even enforcement would 
be great.

I hope HiveMind shows up on sf.net in the mean time, it is realy, realy 
neat and original advance in developmnet productivity. I was starting to 
use Pico IoC before, then ..
I found this very educational:
http://jakarta.apache.org/~hlship/HiveMind.ppt

Coding to interfaces, Services and beeing able to intercept (AOP like?).


.V

robert burrell donkin wrote:

> the jakarta-pmc have decided to take the hivemind directories offline 
> for a temporary period. this decision was taken in order to protect 
> every body involved from legal action. this is not a judgement of the 
> legal rights and wrongs of the situation nor should it be construed as 
> an admission of guilt.
> 
> i'd like to thank howard for drawing these possible issues to our 
> attention and hope that he continues to work with the pmc to help us 
> resolve the issues as quickly as possible.
> 
> the general@jakarta.apache.org mailing list is probably the best forum 
> for future discussions of this action or the pmc can be mailed directly.
> 
> thanks for your understanding.
> 
> - robert




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