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From Peter Kriens <Peter.Kri...@aQute.biz>
Subject Re[2]: ApacheCon EU OSGi panel
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 12:43:15 GMT
I will be at ApacheCon Europe in Dublin. Would love to have a
discussion about this and hear what you want to do, and how you want
to do it.

I  looked  at  James  a  couple  of  years  ago  and thought it was an
archetype of an OSGi application :-) Love to see it move there now!

Kind regards,

     Peter Kriens

SB> Hi Richard,

SB> I just want to add that also we, at Apache James project, discussed 
SB> about removing our Avalon Phoenix dependency in favor of OSGi/Felix.

SB> I crosspost this to james server-dev list, to let James developers know
SB> of this message and eventually raise questions, and felix may be 
SB> interested to know that also James like Directory, Harmony and Cocoon is
SB> monitoring Felix.

SB> Stefano

SB> Richard S. Hall wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> 
>> We will be having an OSGi-related panel at the EU ApacheCon in Dublin, 
>> here is the abstract:
>> 
>>    The Future of OSGi and Felix at Apache
>> 
>>    Apache Felix has focused more attention on OSGi technology within
>>    Apache. Interest started in projects that needed the dynamic
>>    modularity and component mechanisms which OSGi provides, for
>>    example, Apache Directory. The use of OSGi/Felix has been discussed
>>    in other Apache projects like Harmony and Cocoon. This raises
>>    interesting questions: Where in Apache can OSGi technology be
>>    useful? How should it be used? What are the limitations for Apache?
>>    This session is a panel discussion composed of several key
>>    individuals from the OSGi Alliance and Apache community to debate
>>    these and related issues.
>> 
>> The panel includes: myself, Peter Kriens, Enrique Rodriguez, Jason van 
>> Zyl, and Geir Magnusson as moderator.
>> 
>> Are there any issues or questions that anyone in the community would 
>> like see raised during this panel discussion?
>> 
>> -> richard


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