are a walking contradiction. You start by saying this is a bad idea
because there are already projects out there, but then you say J2EE should be
about choice. Which one is it?
why is this not innovative? Doesn't competition fuel innovation?
usr community did not ask for this, then why did I have 100+ emails today about
geronimo? If there are no interested parties, the project will die by
itself, so don't sweat it.
does it waste resources? Nobody is forcing you to
and JSTL are not J2EE servers.
agree with you that ASF needs a C# section for projects. If you have an
ASF License compatible C# project, why don't you propose it and be the
I just wanted to say that I think I think this
project is a bad idea:
-There are open source J2EE proejcts out there
-This is not inovative.
-The user comunity did not ask for
-It wastes resources
-Tomcat 5 and JSTL are already doing a lot of
this, J2EE should be about pick and chose
<WILD: Guess= "Sun wants to use ASF to make EJB more
important then it is, and weaken JBoss.
I think Java-ASF and Sun should part ways:
They are trading near liquidation, the value of cash in bank. Java !=
SunW anymore. "/>
I think a C# section would be better for OS, to support projects like
N-Hibrenate and MavNet on Borland C#, which is a free download.
ASF has PHP, and HTTP is writen in C, so why not an ECMA standard
Is there someplace where a vote on this project can be seen? Even BOD
should show up on reports.
EJB should be allowed to die w/o artifical support.
It realy makes me wonder about ASF, last time they voted without comment
My project on sf.net is now a non ASF license, I am using open commons