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From Jarek Gawor <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon '09 Geronimo Track Call for Papers
Date Fri, 17 Jul 2009 20:17:56 GMT
Here's a talk proposal about Blueprint Container Specification.
However, it might fit better within some more general talk about
Geronimo and OSGi (if there is going to be one like that).

Title: Blueprint Container Specification and Geronimo
Speaker name(s): Jarek Gawor
This talk will provide a general overview of the Blueprint Container
Specification and demonstrate some of its core features using
Geronimo's Blueprint Container implementation. The talk will also
describe some more advanced features of the Geronimo implementation
such as Configuration Admin Service support and custom namespace
handlers. Future plans will be discussed as well as how the Blueprint
Container might be used and integrated within the existing Geronimo


On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 11:04 PM, Kevan Miller<> wrote:
> This years ApacheCon US Conference (Oakland, CA, USA - Nov 2 to 6 2009) will
> include a 1/2 day Geronimo Track. This is a call for session proposals.
> Please have submissions in by Monday 12 Noon EDT. We need to finalize the
> session contents early next week.
> Apache Geronimo is a lightweight, flexible, component-based server for
> building dynamic application server environments. Geronimo plugins can be
> assembled into a fully compliant Java EE Server. However, it can be easily
> assembled into a server providing a subset of functionality or a minimal
> subset required to meet the requirements of a set of applications. In
> addition to the Apache Geronimo Server, the Geronimo project is also
> comprised of a number of subprojects: Development Tools, XBean, Yoko,
> GShell, JavaMail, Connector/Transaction, etc.
> Potential topics for the Geronimo Track include, but are in no way limited
> to:
>  * Geronimo architecture,
>  * Systems management,
>  * Custom server assemblies,
>  * Application development and user experiences,
>  * OSGi Blueprint,
>  * Kernel restructuring,
>  * Java EE 6,
>  * etc.
> Please submit Talk proposals on this mail thread. Each suggestion should
> include:
>  * Title
>  * Speaker name(s)
>  * Abstract (Short overview of the talk contents)
> Thanks! Look forward to seeing you at ApacheCon!
> --kevan

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