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From geronimo-...@incubator.apache.org
Subject [Apache Geronimo Wiki] Updated: FrontPage
Date Thu, 29 Apr 2004 15:40:57 GMT
   Date: 2004-04-29T08:40:56
   Editor: 68.166.133.154 <>
   Wiki: Apache Geronimo Wiki
   Page: FrontPage
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/FrontPage

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-LOL GNAA OWNS
+Apache: Geronimo 1.0 Milestone Build M1 Released
 
-GNAA =  Gay Nigger Association of America
+Posted by michael on Thursday April 29, @11:30AM
+from the take-the-plunge dept.
+Dain Sundstrom writes "The Geronimo team is pleased to announce the availability of our first
milestone release, 1.0 M1. M1 marks the first of many milestone releases to come. This milestone
integrates the main container components: Geronimo, MX4J, Jetty, OpenEJB and ActiveMQ. It
has been amazing to see our communities come together and show such strong support for Apache
Geronimo. There is still much work to be done on this integration and we look forward to fostering
more collaboration between our projects to create an even more unified M2. As this is our
first release and bound to draw a lot of attention, we have put together a thorough set of
release notes which detail the current state of Geronimo. We advise that this is simply a
milestone release and is not for general use, nor is it any indication of a final release.
Our goal with this release is to start out slowly with a base set of functionality and gather
some initial feedback that we can incorporate into future milestones."
+
+( Read More... | 17 of 26 comments | apache.slashdot.org )
+Instant Live Concert Recordings
+
+Posted by michael on Thursday April 29, @10:55AM
+from the instant-gratification dept.
+WebGangsta writes "The AP is reporting that there's a new device out that allows you to record
a concert... legally. It works because it's run by the venue, direct from the mixing board.
After the show, concert-goers visit an on-site kiosk and purchase a 128MB keydrive (which
may or may not be proprietary to the system). Then they swipe their credit card again to download
the concert they just attended to the keydrive. The MP3 can then be shared with whoever they'd
like (no restrictions on copying the show to friends)." We've had some previous stories about
a different system with CD-R's available after the show.

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