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From Bruce Snyder <bruce.sny...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Module restructure
Date Fri, 27 May 2005 18:44:03 GMT
On 5/27/05, Brian K. Wallace <brian@transmorphix.com> wrote:


> | Security-wise it is also a nightmare. There is so much stuff running  in
> | the container that I have no idea of. I usually bind the instance  to
> | localhost and do port translation for those TCP/IP services that  need
> | to be exposed, but even then there are still many ways to  connect to it
> | from localhost that could potentially expose  information or give
> | control to unauthorized people.
> |
> |  S.
> |
> Exactly. And seeing another huge "everything to everyone" server is why
> I never got motivated to do more than observe Geronimo. I'd be better
> served keeping up on what I have to do to keep my existing 'monolith' as
> secure as possible. If it can be broken down, re-arranged, reassembled -
> and still "just work", it would be THE server to use - not just
> "another" server.

I think that this discussion thread now has two distinctly different topics: 

a) Geronimo SVN repo restructuring 
b) Geronimo modules packaging for user consumption 

Can we please split this discussion and keep each one on topic? 

Bruce 
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