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From Sergey Beryozkin <>
Subject Re: Noobie wanting to help with Documentation...
Date Fri, 16 Jun 2017 10:07:20 GMT
Hi Mark, Andriy

Starting with a 2-min tutorial doc can be useful indeed: create a 
service, create a client, do the configuration (Spring or Blueprint, 
client and/or server), run.

Mark, as far as I know you need to submit ICLA to the Apache before you 
can start editing the wiki

Thanks, Sergey

On 16/06/17 01:27, Andriy Redko wrote:
> Hey Mark,
> I express my own opinion here but I have no doubts the CXF team
> would support it, making documentation useful, accurate and  up-to-date
> would be terrific. If you are willing to help, that would be certainly
> appreciated by the community and the team. Do you have any particular
> plan / tutorials in mind you would like to tackle first? What kind of
> help you may need (examples, snippets, comments, clarifications, ...)?
> Thanks.
> Best Regards,
>      Andriy Redko
> Thursday, June 15, 2017, 11:50:00 AM, you wrote:
> MJ> All,
> MJ> Hey all.  I'll tell you my brief story.
> MJ> I work at Caterpillar and we work in the Azure cloud.  We have always used
> MJ> Jersey and continued that until we ran into some problems.  Azure code uses
> MJ> an outdated version of Jersey and when we had some problems we wanted to
> MJ> update to Jersey 2.x.  After of several hours of fiddling I decided to try
> MJ> CXF.  We now are using it and have had no problems.
> MJ> I have written some docs on StackOverflow which can be seen here:
> MJ>
> MJ> The main trouble I had with CXF was the documentation.  There seems to be
> MJ> several pages that are not complete and, since there are several ways to do
> MJ> client side CXF, they got a bit confusing.  I suggest a "2 minute tutorial"
> MJ> like XStream has:
> MJ> What do you think?
> MJ> I have also written a great Logger that we have used for years (ported it
> MJ> from original Jersey one).  It is in the StackOverflow documentation as
> MJ> well.
> MJ> mark

Sergey Beryozkin

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