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From Laurent Forêt <l.fo...@clipack.com>
Subject Re: General newbie question
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2003 08:00:03 GMT
Ok, I understand. But I don't know if it will be easier after.

But, is there anybody working on JAF? I purpose myself for working on ! I don't really know
about this spec but it seems to be at my level. Or If you are interested in translation stuff,
I can also do it.


Laurent F.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Jason Dillon 
  To: geronimo-dev@incubator.apache.org 
  Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 6:24 PM
  Subject: Re: General newbie question


  It is too much overhead to start up a new project for each spec right now. Perhaps later
they will be moved, but for now it is easiest to keep them as part of Geronimo.

  --jason


  On Friday, August 22, 2003, at 03:00 PM, Laurent Forêt wrote:


    Hello,
     
    First of all, I am presenting myself : I am a three years experienced in java and j2ee
french developper.
        I have learned recently the existence of this new project and I would like to collaborate,
so I began to read the J2EE specs.
     
        And I have a little question or remark :
        What are the specs implemented in this project, and why ?
     
        For example, I have seen some mails about the implementation of the Javamail spec.
Is it the right project for implementing this spec ? If we go further, in the javamail implementation
does it include the JAF spec ?
        From my point of view, I will see the implementation of these specs (Javamail, JAF)
in another Apache project (maybe subproject) like Xalan is for jaxp.
    And I think is to the geronimo project to decide which implementation to use.
     
        To be clear : one spec = one project.
        It will be more flexible.
     
    Laurent Forêt.
     

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