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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "TuscanyProposal" by KenTam
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2005 06:34:25 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/TuscanyProposal

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  The scope of the project is broader than just Java and C++, and some
  development has started on component containers for other programming
- languages including BPEL.
+ languages including BPEL and PHP.
  
  As a broad goal is to present a SOA development model that mediates over
  a variety of middleware technologies, there is potential synergy with
@@ -137, +137 @@

  To assist in community building the committers have identified several
  key technology areas that will allow new contributors to actively engage
  in the project. These include:
+ 
   * transition web service integration to Axis2
   * integration with Axis2 policy implementations for security, transactions, reliable messaging
   * support heterogeneous components written in C/C++, BPEL, PHP and other languages
@@ -149, +150 @@

  Some other potential projects may include:
  
   * Integration with existing development frameworks (such as JEE5/EJB3 or Spring).
-  * Integration with rich middleware frameworks (such as Celtix).
+  * Integration with rich middleware frameworks (such as Celtix or ServiceMix).
   * Frameworks for providing service-oriented data access to a variety of existing resources.
   * Richer tooling support for SOA-based applications, especially in the areas of services
composition, monitoring and policy administration.
  
  = INITIAL SOURCE =
  
  A group of vendors are developing a set of specifications relating to
- the design and composition of systems using SOA.  In progress versions
+ the design and composition of systems using SOA, collectively called Service Component Architecture
(SCA).  In progress versions
  are available at:
  
   * http://dev2dev.bea.com/pub/a/2005/11/sca.html
@@ -166, +167 @@

   * https://www.sdn.sap.com/
   * http://www.sybase.com/sca
  
- The initial contributors have been developing a Java and C++ code base
+ The initial contributors have been developing Java and C++ code bases
- (already licensed under the Apache License 2.0) which implements aspects
+ (already licensed under the Apache License 2.0) which implement aspects
  of these specifications, and intend to donate it to Apache.  A snapshot
  of this code has been uploaded to JIRA and is is available at:
  
-  * [WWW] http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INCUBATOR-8
+  * http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INCUBATOR-8
  
  Although the Tuscany project expects to bootstrap using these materials
  and in the case of specifications, to provide feedback that will be
- incorporated into their ongoing development, we expect the open source
+ incorporated into their ongoing development, we expect and encourage the open source
  community to take the project in new directions not envisioned by them.
  
  
@@ -190, +191 @@

  
  == Subversion repository ==
  
-    * [WWW] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tuscany
+    * https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tuscany
  
  == Jira ==
  
@@ -200, +201 @@

  
     * Jeremy Boynes
     * Frank Budinsky
+    * Don Cai
     * Jean-Sebastien Delfino
     * Mike Edwards
     * Padmapriya Illindala

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