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From Mark Little <mark.lit...@jboss.com>
Subject Re: Accounts, Commit Karma & PPMC membership for CXF
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2006 09:34:23 GMT
Thanks James. I think a wiki with a list of contributors makes sense.

My blog pages are:

http://markclittle.blogspot.com/
http://www.webservices.org/weblog/mark_little
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/marklittle/
http://jboss.org/jbossBlog/blog/mlittle/

And only because you asked ... With Christmas coming along, I'd  
encourage everyone to rush out and buy one or all of the following ;-)

http://www.amazon.com/Java-Transaction-Processing-Implementation- 
Hewlett-Packard/dp/013035290X/sr=8-1/qid=1160558901/ 
ref=sr_1_1/002-0774343-8780844?ie=UTF8&s=books
http://www.springer.com/west/home/computer?SGWID=4-146-22-49230589-0

Mark.


On 11 Oct 2006, at 10:19, James Mao wrote:

> You are really really strong enough to join in. +1 from me.
>
> I'm thinking of that we should have a page http://cxf.apache.org/ 
> people to list all the committers in the page, and link people's  
> blog/page in.
> BTW, can you give out your blog page, books page
>
> Thanks,
> James.
>
> Mark Little 写道:
>> Darn. Must remember to read all emails before replying ;-)
>>
>> I currently work for Redhat as Director of Standards and  
>> Development Manager for the TS and ESB products. Prior to Redhat  
>> (JBoss) I was Chief Architect for Arjuna Technologies, a spin-off  
>> from HP, that specialised in distributed transaction and reliable  
>> messaging technologies in CORBA, J2EE and Web Services. I've been  
>> involved in Web Services standards and development since  
>> 1999/2000. Currently I'm on the W3C WS-A, WS-Policy and WS-Choreo  
>> committees, and more OASIS committees than I can remember!
>>
>> At Arjuna I was one of the primary authors of the OASIS WS-CAF  
>> specifications (with IONA and Oracle) and am one of the primary  
>> authors of the WS-TX specifications (WS-C, WS-AT and WS-BA) from  
>> Arjuna, IBM, MSFT, IONA, BEA. I also dabbled in product  
>> development, with the Arjuna Transaction Service (which is now in  
>> open source) which has support for CORBA, J2EE and Web Services  
>> transactions within it. While working on some of this stuff I  
>> implemented the 2004 WS-Addr specification, WS-TX 1.0 and WS-CAF.  
>> Also taking part in many interoperability workshops.
>>
>> I was a Distinguished Engineer at Hewlett-Packard prior to Arjuna,  
>> where I ran the transaction group for HP. We implemented the  
>> worlds first Web Services transaction product (HP-WST) back in  
>> 2001 and did interoperability work with Microsoft. I also helped  
>> develop HP's SOAP stack, as well as continue the evolution of the  
>> Hewlett-Packard Transaction Service (aka Arjuna Transaction  
>> Service). Prior to all this, I had another start up (Arjuna  
>> Solutions) where I developed CORBA and J2EE transaction products.
>>
>> I've presented at many conferences/workshops, written several  
>> books, dozens of papers and articles on subjects as diverse as  
>> quantum mechanics and fault tolerant distributed systems.
>>
>> That's about it in a nutshell, except to say that I'll be glad to  
>> help,
>>
>> Mark.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 10 Oct 2006, at 17:38, Kevin Conner wrote:
>>
>>> Kevin Conner wrote:
>>>> Can I have commit access please?
>>>
>>> Apologies, I should have introduced myself to the group.
>>>
>>> I currently work for Red Hat, as part of the JBoss division. I  
>>> joined JBoss as part of an acquisition when JBoss acquired  
>>> transaction management technology from Arjuna. I am part of the  
>>> transaction and ESB teams and am the lead for WS-TX.
>>>
>>> I started work as a kernel developer, writing fault tolerant  
>>> network and SCSI drivers for a company that was later acquired by  
>>> Sun. I have been using Java since 1995. Most of the development  
>>> has been on the enterprise side with some GUI work (swing, AWT,  
>>> SWT).
>>>
>>> As part of the work with Arjuna/JBoss/Red Hat I have implemented  
>>> WS-TX and WS-TX1.1, WS-ADDR 2004 and WS-ADDR 2005. I have taken  
>>> part in interops for WS-ADDR 2005, WS-TX and currently finishing  
>>> WS-TX1.1.
>>>
>>> I have written a small SOAP stack based on StAX, currently used  
>>> by the WS-TX implementation. It is similar to XFire but not as  
>>> sophisticated.
>>>
>>> I hope this helps people to understand some of my background.
>>>
>>> Kev
>>>
>>
>

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