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From "Lance J. Andersen" <Lance.Ander...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Webservices and jaxrpc done! -- public repost
Date Tue, 05 Jul 2005 14:13:48 GMT
The javafaces TCK is seperate from CTs 1.4.   You would need to have 
apache submit the scholarship paperwork for this technology if it has 
not been done already.

-lance

Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:

>
> On Jul 2, 2005, at 4:21 PM, Manfred Geiler wrote:
>
>> Congratulations.
>>
>> BTW, a question:
>> This is the J2EE 1.4 TCK, right? Can you please check if JavaServer
>> Faces is also part of this TCK now? We from the MyFaces project are
>> waiting for the TCK since weeks! And there where endless discussions
>> at Sun. One of them: if JSF TCK will be shipped on it's own or as part
>> of J2EE. So if you (i.e. the ASF) have already access to it, this
>> would make things much easier for us, of course.
>
>
> Manfred,
>
> No, the JavaServer Faces TCK is not part of the J2EE TCK.
>
> Yes, this one is taking a long time for some reason, and I'm  
> following up.  I didn't forget.
>
> geir
>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Manfred Geiler
>> (MyFaces PMC)
>>
>>
>> 2005/7/2, David Blevins <david.blevins@visi.com>:
>>
>>> I posted this to our private tck list a few days ago.  Now that we've
>>> passed all tck tests, I can legally share it and invite everyone  to 
>>> stand
>>> up and applaud some people who have worked very hard on the web  
>>> services
>>> side of our great Geronimo.
>>>
>>> Some content ommitted for legal reasons.
>>>
>>> Let's show these guys some love!
>>>
>>> -David
>>>
>>> ----- Forwarded message from David Blevins  <david.blevins@visi.com> 
>>> -----
>>>
>>> I just ran the entire jaxrpc and webservices sections of the tck and
>>> <xx> hours and <xxxx> passing tests later I'm proud to annouce, we
 are
>>> done!  We have it all locked up, nailed shut, and ready to go.
>>>
>>> Just in case anyone gets the funny idea that I did all or most of  this
>>> work by myself, I really want to take a moment and thank the guys  that
>>> made it happen.  Even in another year I could never have done what
>>> these guys did.
>>>
>>> David J., this man keeps my butt in line.  If you slow down even a  bit
>>> he will code you over!  Before you're even done checking your  email in
>>> the morning, David will have you buried under a pile of code so  big it
>>> will take you all day to read and a whole week to rewrite.  I swear
>>> the guy got smart years ago and wrote a code generator generator and
>>> has been cashing in on it ever since.  How else could anyone write so
>>> much code?!?
>>>
>>> Gianny.  I think Gianny is a sick in the head.  Seriously, you can
>>> barely finish saying the word "mapping" and Gianny will be right  there
>>> halfway finished with a "patch".  Patch being an extremely  understated
>>> way of saying complete implementation of everything you missed or
>>> didn't get around to.  I say he's sick cause I think he actually
>>> enjoys this stuff.  CMP mapping, Java to XML Schema/WSDL mapping,....
>>> I don't know what planet he's from, but if the mother ship could send
>>> a few more guys over that would be great!
>>>
>>> Hiram.  Talk about good sport.  I jerked him back and forth between
>>> the same two tasks like fifty million times.  It was like pong.  I
>>> can't count how many times he implemented wsdl rewriting for swapping
>>> out address locations.  When not being distracted by me, he  managed to
>>> close out nearly all of the jaxrpc-api section of test in like a week
>>> and a half.  Don't let the laid back latino attitude fool you; this
>>> man means business!
>>>
>>> Dims and the whole Axis team for being super sports and johnny on the
>>> spot with applying patches and pushing out new snapshot jars.  You
>>> guys are raising the bar on the rest of us poor projects, knock it  
>>> off :)
>>>
>>> Big round of applause and standing ovation for these guys!  We're  damn
>>> lucky to have them.
>>>
>>> Best regards and thanks,
>>> David Blevins
>>>
>>> ----- End forwarded message -----
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>

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