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From James Strachan <james_strac...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: Consolidating the community
Date Fri, 04 Nov 2005 13:16:39 GMT
+1 from me too.

Am horribly jetlagged after just getting off a red-eye so will try  
comment more constructively early next week when I've managed to  
actually sleep a little.

On 29 Oct 2005, at 20:13, Hiram Chirino wrote:

> Huge +1!
>
> I can't speak for the rest of the ActiveMQ community, but I've  
> chatted with James Strachan in the past before this, and we think  
> it would be a huge win for both the Apache and ActiveMQ communities  
> if ActiveMQ came to Apache.  There's also a few dependencies that  
> ActiveMQ uses that are maintained mostly by the committers ActiveMQ  
> community like ActiveIO, ActiveCluster, ActivetSpaces, etc.  It  
> would be nice to keep all these projects together., I wonder if the  
> Apache/Geronimo community would be interested in bring all this  
> stuff in house?
>
> Unfortunately, James (the founder of most of the above projects) is  
> out on vacation this week, but I sure He'd be all for it if Apache/ 
> Geronimo was interested.  This idea is also very exciting for me!   
> It would show the solidification and maturing of the geronimo project.
>
> Regards,
> Hiram
>
>
> On Oct 29, 2005, at 1:46 PM, Dain Sundstrom wrote:
>
>> Why not consolidate the entire Geronimo community, or as much as  
>> possible, into the Geronimo project itself?
>>
>> I bounced this idea off a few people and the feedback I got was  
>> very positive.  This idea keeps popping up and before it gets to  
>> far along I want to bring it to the dev list.
>>
>> One thing you should really think about is this requires a big  
>> commitment from the Geronimo community.  There are a lot of  
>> projects, code and committers that we will need to integrate into  
>> our community.  Most of the projects will have to go through  
>> incubation, which as you all know is not easy.  On the positive  
>> side, we already work closely with these projects, and are very  
>> familiar with the communities and code.
>>
>> As you can tell, I'm very excited about this.  What do you think?   
>> Who would want to come?
>>
>> -dain
>>
>


		
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