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From Tim McConnell <>
Subject Re: Geronimo 2.0 Milestone's and how were doing
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2006 18:11:52 GMT
Hi Matt, I agree as well. I'll have the JSF work completed for M1 (to the extent that MyFaces
1.2 is 
complete) plus the JSR-88 deployment changes for annotations ready for M2.

Thanks much

Matt Hogstrom wrote:
> While ripping out drywall this weekend I was thinking about our Geronimo 
> 2.0 and all the work that needs to get done to complete this monsterous 
> effort.   While sifting through the scorecard and thinking about all the 
> different things that need to be addressed it became a bit 
> overwhelming.  As everyone knows many different projects are working on 
> their implementations of Java EE 5.0.  Some are available and others are 
> works in progress (as is ours).  It seems that from user perspective 
> people are really interested in the Java EE and have been asking for 
> several months about where we are.  At this point it would be nice to 
> give them an idea of what we're thinking about.
> I had previously put out a set of milestones and dates.  I wanted to 
> make it a little more formal and of course with all the caveats that 
> this is open source and our timetables are subject to people's time and 
> contribution.
> With that, here is an updated timeline and some graphic representations 
> that represent the Java EE specifications that need to be completed from 
> a high level.
> I think it was Dain that used the term table stakes when referring to 
> the specification.  Meaning that we need the spec related functionality 
> to get in the game but innovations beyond the specification were 
> necessary to make a bigger splash.  I don't capture those here but I'll 
> work on pulling that together as well.
> Take a look at and 
> provide your thoughts on how were doing.
> If we are going to make a Dec 22 Beta 1 then we would have to cut 
> sometime in the next week and a half.
> What do y'all think?
> Matt Hogstrom

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