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From "Richard S. Hall" <>
Subject Re: Contributing parts of the ServiceRegistry Hooks (RFC 126) implementation into Felix
Date Tue, 04 Nov 2008 17:39:35 GMT
I think it sounds reasonable. I am all for creating a JIRA issue with 
appropriate patch.

I assume that since this is already in CXF svn repo, that IP clearance 
is already taken care of, so we should just be able to move forward with 
the proposed patch. Is that correct?

-> richard

David Bosschaert wrote:
> Hi all,
> In the context of the Apache CXF project a number of people have been
> involved in implementing the Distribution Software part of Distributed
> OSGi (RFC 119 [1]).
> For its functioning on the client side, Distributed OSGi depends on
> the OSGi Service Registry Hooks (RFC 126, also available in [1]). To
> keep us going we implemented certain bits of RFC 126 in a private copy
> of Felix in the CXF DOSGi buildsystem. However, we would like to use
> the real Felix, so we are interested in contributing our RFC 126 bits
> into Felix so we can use it straight from there. This is referenced in
> CXF bug
> The CXF codebase doesnt contain all of RFC 126 - it only contains the
> ListenerHook, which is about a third of RFC 126, but it would provide
> a start...
> If Felix is interested in taking this implementation, it might make
> sense to create a bug in Felix JIRA so that this stuff can be attached
> as a patch to that once its ready to move into Felix.
> Thoughts anyone?
> Best regards,
> David
> [1]

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