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From Eric Johnson <emjohn...@fusesource.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] how to handle ws_security/interopfest example
Date Tue, 20 Sep 2011 11:55:10 GMT
I totally agree that samples should work. If we cannot get the interop
stuff to work due to external dependencies, we should move them out of
the samples folder. If we want to keep them as is, we can put them in
a special folder with a README that clearly states that they may or
may not work.


On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 6:18 AM, gliesian <robert@gliesian.com> wrote:
> From a user expectation standpoint, example programs should work (e.g.,
> access external dependencies).
>
> Perhaps the interopfest project should not be considered a sample (example)
> project... and therefore moved out of the binary distribution and into the
> src distribution only, maybe in it's own folder (i.e, not under the samples
> folder)?
>
> If in the event, that the external dependencies are restored and/or included
> in the distribution and it makes sense to have the interopfest projects
> within the samples, they could be moved back.
>
> However, to bring this issue to a expedited closure, a more thorough
> explanation as to the history of the interopfest project(s), as well as
> including information about the current state and future expectation of
> these projects in the README.txt file(s) would probably be sufficient, with
> no other changes necessary.
>
> Thanks,
> Robert
>
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