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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "StonehengeProposal" by DavidCrossley
Date Tue, 04 Nov 2008 23:31:13 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/StonehengeProposal

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Fix auto wiki links using "!"

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   1.	A well-established, neutral forum and process for architectural design and implementation.
   1.	The flexibility of the Apache License to allow users to leverage Stonehenge without
onerous conditions.
  
- Initially WSO2 will contribute an application called StockTrader, which is currently implemented
in various languages based on Axis2/Java and Axis2/C including Java, PHP, Ruby, Perl, Python,
and Spring. This will form the first of several applications which will be built in this incubator
podling.
+ Initially WSO2 will contribute an application called !StockTrader, which is currently implemented
in various languages based on Axis2/Java and Axis2/C including Java, PHP, Ruby, Perl, Python,
and Spring. This will form the first of several applications which will be built in this incubator
podling.
- In addition, we will invite contributions of other StockTrader applications, including the
Microsoft StockTrader sample found at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/bb499684.aspx.
We also invite contributions from any other organization who has similar applications or technologies.
+ In addition, we will invite contributions of other "stock trader" applications, including
the Microsoft !StockTrader sample found at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/bb499684.aspx.
We also invite contributions from any other organization who has similar applications or technologies.
   
- Interoperability between the WSO2 Stocktrader 2.0 application and the Microsoft Stocktrader
2.0 has already been demonstrated and we expect to demonstrate wider interoperability.
+ Interoperability between the WSO2 !StockTrader 2.0 application and the Microsoft !StockTrader
2.0 has already been demonstrated and we expect to demonstrate wider interoperability.
  
- Going beyond StockTrader, we expect to develop additional applications that demonstrate
SOA principles in an open and collaborative manner within the Stonehenge community.
+ Going beyond !StockTrader, we expect to develop additional applications that demonstrate
SOA principles in an open and collaborative manner within the Stonehenge community.
  
  == Current Status ==
  
- The development to date of the StockTrader application has successfully shown the benefits
of cross-platform interoperability and have provided a useful example to developers on those
platforms. However, the StockTrader application as currently implemented has limitations,
including a limited repertoire of technologies (e.g. focusing primarily on WS-Security), and
a limited number of implementation platforms (Axis2/Java, Axis2/C). We expect that this podling
would expand the scope of this effort to a wider set of implementation platforms (including
but not limited to Apache technologies such as Apache CXF) as well as bring in a wider, more
diverse community of participants.
+ The development to date of the !StockTrader application has successfully shown the benefits
of cross-platform interoperability and have provided a useful example to developers on those
platforms. However, the !StockTrader application as currently implemented has limitations,
including a limited repertoire of technologies (e.g. focusing primarily on WS-Security), and
a limited number of implementation platforms (Axis2/Java, Axis2/C). We expect that this podling
would expand the scope of this effort to a wider set of implementation platforms (including
but not limited to Apache technologies such as Apache CXF) as well as bring in a wider, more
diverse community of participants.
  
  == Meritocracy ==
  One of the core aims of the Stonehenge proposal is to encourage meritocracy and contribution.
One core aim in coming to Apache is to use the well-defined governance model that Apache has
and to encourage the developers of frameworks to get involved and contribute implementations
of the core components.

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