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From Dain Sundstrom <d...@coredevelopers.net>
Subject Re: JBoss and posting to forums
Date Fri, 28 May 2004 18:22:42 GMT
This is way off topic.  This mailing list is for the discussion of the 
development of the Geronimo server.  If you would like to discuss The 
Server Side/ JBoss relationship, please do it on their sites, mailing 
lists or forums.

Thanks,

-dain

On May 28, 2004, at 1:05 PM, Filip Hanik (lists) wrote:

> ----POST TO DALLAS JAVA USER GROUP--------------
> I wanted to give you a heads up that The Middleware Company, operators 
> of
> TheServerSide Communities, announced today it has terminated business 
> ties
> with JBoss, Inc.
>
> In recent weeks, JBoss Inc. and its flamboyant leader, Marc Fleury, 
> were
> taking heat in the Java and open-source communities for allegedly 
> posting
> fake messages around the Internet promoting JBoss and its business 
> model and
> blasting competitors. According to sources and published reports, the
> so-called "professional open-source" company's employees, including CEO
> Fleury, posted messages to popular Java sites such as TheServerSide and
> JavaLobby under anonymous or bogus names.
>
> The Middleware Company attempted to diplomatically work through 
> differences
> that arose from recent events. However, the instability and 
> unprofessional
> conduct from JBoss Inc. CEO Marc Fleury eroded the company's optimism 
> for
> reaching resolution. The Middleware Company regrets the inconvenience 
> this
> may cause JBoss, Inc.
>
> As a company that stewards communities and performs research, The 
> Middleware
> Company must balance the needs of vendors and individuals who make up 
> the
> ecosystem we serve. It will continue news coverage and editorial in a
> neutral manner on technology, events and vendors and aggressively 
> address
> any attempts to lower the value of its communities.
>
> The Middleware Company believes in the promise of open source 
> middleware and
> wishes great success to all such initiatives, including JBoss.
> ----END POST TO DALLAS JAVA USER GROUP------------
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex Karasulu [mailto:aok123@bellsouth.net]
> Sent: Friday, May 28, 2004 10:56 AM
> To: geronimo-dev@incubator.apache.org
> Subject: Re: [OT] coding with IntelliJ
>
>
> chooser and CVS integration, I don't like the modules much).  Note also
>> that you need a workaround to run either version on Linux 2.6.
>>
>> Aaron
>
> I see you had that class copy issue where the names of classes were not
> showing
> up in the browser and the all the imported classes were highlighted in
> red.
>
> Here's the fix for it btw if there are any linux 2.6 IntelliJ users out
> there having this problem:
>
> http://busmarnt.notlong.com
>
> Looks like you made it around this problem though.
>
> Cheers,
> Alex
>
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