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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject RE: [ApacheDS][release] Announcing the release of ApacheDS 0.8,
Date Sun, 23 Jan 2005 01:44:48 GMT
Cool, then a better phrase would be JMC enabled, since there is no standard that ADS must follow,
no?

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Enrique Rodriguez [mailto:erodriguez@apache.org] 
	Sent: Sat 1/22/2005 5:46 PM 
	To: Apache Directory Developers List 
	Cc: 
	Subject: Re: [ApacheDS][release] Announcing the release of ApacheDS 0.8,
	
	

	Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
	> What does "Pending JMX compliance" mean?  Is there an LDAP JSR77-like spec?  Just curious.
	
	Nope, just means we'll be working to enable remote management using JMX.
	  Relevant JSR's are JSR 160 (JMX Remote API) and JSR 28 (SASL).  I
	mention SASL for the obvious reason that we'll want high QoP for
	management operations.
	
	-enrique
	
	> 
	> 
	> Regards,
	> Alan
	>
	>       -----Original Message-----
	>       From: Brian W. Fitzpatrick [mailto:fitz@apache.org]
	>       Sent: Fri 1/21/2005 8:55 AM
	>       To: Trustin Lee
	>       Cc: prc@apache.org; Apache Directory Developers List
	>       Subject: Re: [ApacheDS][release] Announcing the release of ApacheDS 0.8,
	>      
	>      
	>
	>       (Just a few grammar tweaks and an additional paragraph)
	>      
	>       On Jan 20, 2005, at 11:07 PM, Trustin Lee wrote:
	>      
	>       > Hi.
	>       >
	>       > Apache Directory project team has released ApacheDS 0.8 yesterday, and
	>       > wants to announce it to TheServerSide.com and freshmeat.net.  I posted
	>       > this message to directory-dev@incubator.apache.org to get confirmed by
	>       > team members.  Noel Bergman told me PRC must be involved for all press
	>       > releases, so I'm posting the announcement statement to see this is OK.
	>       >
	>       > Here is the announcement statement I wrote:
	>       >
	>       > -------- BEGIN --------
	>       > Apache Directory team is pleased to announce the release of ApacheDS
	>       > 0.8, a pure-Java LDAP server.
	>       >
	>       > Our primary vision is to build an enterprise directory server platform
	>       > and its components where other Internet services ( DNS, DHCP, SLP,
	>       > UDDI, ... ) snap in to store their data within the directory so they
	>       > may be managed using LDAP.
	>      
	>       "The primary goal of the Apache Directory Project is to build...".  I'd
	>       rephrase and pull the TLAs out of the parentheses--maybe divide into 2
	>       sentences?
	>      
	>       > Features:
	>       >
	>       > * Designed as an LDAP and X.500 experimentation platform.
	>       > * The server exposes all aspects of administration via a special
	>       > system backend.
	>       >   * JMX compliance is pending.
	>      
	>       Change to active voice: "Pending JMX compliance"
	>      
	>       > * Java based triggers and stored procedures are being implemented.
	>      
	>       Active voice.
	>      
	>       > * Both the backend subsystem and the frontend are separable and
	>       > independently embeddable.
	>      
	>       Same.
	>      
	>       > * A server side JNDI LDAP provider which directly interacts with the
	>       > backend storage.
	>      
	>       Not a sentence.
	>      
	>       > * Based on a simple Staged Event Driven Architecture (SEDA) which can
	>       > handle large amounts of concurrency.
	>      
	>       Kind of weak.
	>      
	>       > Please note that the Directory Project is an effort undergoing
	>       > incubation at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF).  While incubation
	>       > status is not necessarily a reflection of the completeness or
	>       > stability of the code, it does indicate that the project has yet to be
	>       > fully endorsed by the ASF.
	>       >
	>       > Check ApacheDS at: http://incubator.apache.org/directory/
	>      
	>       I think the content of the announcement is great, but it could use a
	>       little bit of "strength" in its presentation.  These are just my
	>       recommendations--feel free to ignore them. :)
	>      
	>       > -------- END --------
	>      
	>       Please add this paragraph to the end:
	>      
	>       The Apache Software Foundation provides organizational, legal, and
	>       financial support for a broad range of open source software projects.
	>       The Foundation provides an established framework for intellectual
	>       property and financial contributions that simultaneously limits
	>       contributors potential legal exposure. Through a collaborative and
	>       meritocratic development process, Apache projects deliver
	>       enterprise-grade, freely available software products that attract large
	>       communities of users.
	>      
	>       > Is it OK to post the announcement by myself, or is there any person
	>       > who does it for me?
	>      
	>       This isn't an "official" press release, so as long as your project's
	>       PPMC gives it the thumbs up, you're golden.
	>      
	>       Good luck, and congrats on the release!
	>      
	>       -Fitz
	>      
	>       --
	>       Brian W. Fitzpatrick
	>       Vice President, Public Relations
	>       The Apache Software Foundation
	>       312-925-0194
	>      
	>      
	>
	

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