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From Henri Yandell <bay...@generationjava.com>
Subject mess Was: [sql] move from commons sandbox to db or db-commons?
Date Thu, 18 Dec 2003 18:43:47 GMT

Out of interest, what part of the mess do you find to be a mess?

Question to Jason as well.

Hen

On Thu, 18 Dec 2003, Brian McCallister wrote:

> I will be happy to help get db-commons rolling, particularly as OJB is
> looking at some major refactoring/reworking for 1.1 and it will be good
> to pull out reusable components as we can.
>
> Additionally, I have a sandbox style project I have resisted adding to
> jakarta-commons-sandbox as... well... that is a mess =) I may propose it
> to db-commons once it is off the ground in order to help start building
> up the libraries =)
>
> I want to see db-commons take off, and am willing to commit time to
> helping make that happen.
>
> -Brian
>
> On Thu, 2003-12-18 at 11:51, __matthewHawthorne wrote:
> > Rodney Waldhoff wrote:
> > > I think moving it to db-commons would be a good idea.  The tricky part
> > > there may be getting a quorum of developers to bootstrap the initiative.
> > > Past proposals on db-commons have died from a complete lack of activity,
> > > but that trend is probably reversable.
> >
> > Before I started working on the project, I attempted to contact the
> > original authors to make sure it was ok.  I didn't get much of a
> > response, Daniel Rall was the only one who gave me the green light.  So,
> > if a move to db commons requires an active developer community, then it
> > may be a problem.
> >
> > However, I think that [sql] is a very good project and deserves better
> > than to rot away in the Jakarta Commons Sandbox.  Hmm -- what would be
> > the best solution to this problem?  Who else do I need to contact?
> >
> >
> >
>
>


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