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From Tomasz Oponowicz <>
Subject Re: [GSOC] Simple and lightweight HTML-based browser for surveying Apache CXF logs
Date Mon, 21 Jun 2010 16:55:17 GMT

I've just commit changes at repository [1]. Changes from last version:

- Created Maven project structure;
- Configured 'maven-gwt-plugin' for automatic execute GWT compiler (to
convert Java to JavaScript);
- Added draft implementation of 'BootstrapStorage';
- Create sample configuration of 'AtomPullServer';
- Added support for HTTP basic authentication (temporary solution, at
the end I will replace it with UsernameToken);
- Added support for JSON web service (client-side - in GWT);
- Added support for XML web service (client-side - in GWT);
- Removed GWT-RPC mock web services;

Additionally you can easily run application by downloading source code and type:

$ mvn gwt:run

Authentication details:

username: "admin"

It'll start in debug mode - it's much more slower than production mode.

At the moment I'm working to move all source code to Apache CXF sandbox.

[1] svn checkout

On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 3:29 PM, Daniel Kulp <> wrote:
> On Thursday 17 June 2010 5:15:24 pm Tomasz Oponowicz wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 7:43 PM, Daniel Kulp <> wrote:
>> > On Thursday 17 June 2010 1:31:30 pm Sergey Beryozkin wrote:
>> >> Just for the record, Tomasz's project is also going well....
>> >
>> >Well, for the record, I haven't seen anything on the dev list about it
>> >yet. Thus, from CXF/Apache's point of view, it's not going well.
>> >Definitely encourage him to get involved here and not send you anything
>> >off list.
>> I have created project site and blog, few weeks ago.
>> Sorry that I didn't announce about it at mailing list.
>> I will store documentation and source code on Google Code Project [1].
>> Additionally I will announce important events and changes through blog
>> [2], which I created for this occasion.
> One of the aspects of GSoC, and in particular Apache's involvement in it, that
> is often missed is teaching the students how the community works.   It's not
> supposed to be "just do this coding project".    For Apache, it's also getting
> the student involved in the community and keeping the entire community up to
> date with what is happening.
> I would strongly suggest that any "import events" and any questions and stuff
> get posted here on the dev list.   You can add it to the blog as well, but
> make sure they appear on the dev list.
> There is a saying in Apache:  "if it didn't happen on the dev list, it didn't
> happen".
> Dan
>> Currently repository [1] contain draft of all features (on my roadmap
>> it's milestone 1).
>> There is also "Software Requirements Specification" document
>> and  "Software Design Description" document. At the moment I'm working to
>> fix and refactor source code.
>> When I finish I will move all source code to CXF sandbox.
>> Once again sorry for my misunderstanding.
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> Best regards,
>> Tomasz Oponowicz
> --
> Daniel Kulp

Tomasz Oponowicz

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