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From "Stephen Colebourne" <>
Subject Re: Commons server infrastructure proposal
Date Mon, 12 Apr 2004 11:34:35 GMT
It would help me understand your goals if you could list a few (4-6) key
classes that you intend to write with a description of each.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mladen Turk" <>
> I have a project to propose that the 'commons philosophy' can benefit
> thought.
> I'm aware of incubation process, but since I'm an active ASF member for
> years now, I would like to hear your opinions before.
> What I would like to know is are there any need and will to support such a
> project.
> Briefly the project I meant to do can be seen as a generic server side
> component.
> It will based on NIO, and it will have plain socket, SSL, and a generic
> channel support(Pipes and ByteBuffers), so that communication doesn't
> necessary has to came from the wire, but rather from any data source.
> What's the purpose of it?
> Making a generic infrastructure for a wide variety of server-like
> applications like http/ftp/mail servers, reverse proxies, load balancers,
> clusters, game servers, etc.
> Why?
> During past few years I found myself writing over and over again some
> that if properly designed could spare me lots of time.
> Realy why?
> Something like that doesn't exists (at least I'm not aware of such a thing
> having BSD-like licence), and although I have a large codebase finished,
> not the smartest guy around :)
> Regards,
> MT.
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