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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "DeftProposal" by RogerSchildmeijer
Date Wed, 15 Jun 2011 16:56:58 GMT
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The "DeftProposal" page has been changed by RogerSchildmeijer:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/DeftProposal?action=diff&rev1=2&rev2=3

  Key features:
  
   . - ''Optimized for thousands of simultaneous connections ''
-  - ''Using pure Java NIO (java.nio & java.nio.channels) - Asynchronous (nonblocking
I/O)''
+  . - ''Using pure Java NIO (java.nio & java.nio.channels) - Asynchronous (nonblocking
I/O)''
  
+ == Background ==
- Background Deft was initially inspired by Facebook's (actually FriendFeed's) Tornado open
source project. Tornado is written in python and was open sourced by Facebook September 2009.
 Deft was started in October 2010 by Roger Schildmeijer and Jim Petersson,  since then, a
number of other developers have submitted patches to the project.
+ Deft was initially inspired by Facebook's (actually FriendFeed's) Tornado open source project.
Tornado is written in python and was open sourced by Facebook September 2009.  Deft was started
in October 2010 by Roger Schildmeijer and Jim Petersson,  since then, a number of other developers
have submitted patches to the project.
  
+ == Rationale ==
- Rationale The goals of the project are very much aligned with the goals of the Apache Software
Foundation. i.e there is interest in (continuing to) foster a collaborative, consensus based
development process, using an open and pragmatic software license, and a desire to create
high quality software that leads the way in its field.
+ The goals of the project are very much aligned with the goals of the Apache Software Foundation.
i.e there is interest in (continuing to) foster a collaborative, consensus based development
process, using an open and pragmatic software license, and a desire to create high quality
software that leads the way in its field.
  
+ == Initial Goals ==
- Initial Goals Even though the basic functionality is in place we would like to see the following
features included in future releases:
+ Even though the basic functionality is in place we would like to see the following features
included in future releases:
  
   * More third party libraries that works within Deft's IOLoop
   * Https support for the async http client
@@ -26, +29 @@

   * Https support
   * Improved Http 1.1 compliance
  
+ = Current Status =
+ == Meritocracy ==
- Current Status Meritocracy The project has transformed from being primarily a two person
led (and funded) project to one with a number of diverse participants. Development has been
coordinated primarily through a mailing list, pull requests and with some IRC.
+ The project has transformed from being primarily a two person led (and funded) project to
one with a number of diverse participants. Development has been coordinated primarily through
a mailing list, pull requests and with some IRC.
  
+ == Community ==
- Community Building an active open source community will be one of Deft's top priority. Initial
Developers Roger Schildmeijer Jim Petersson Johnathan Meehan Nicholas Whitehead Séven Le
Mesle
+ Building an active open source community will be one of Deft's top priority. Initial Developers
Roger Schildmeijer Jim Petersson Johnathan Meehan Nicholas Whitehead Séven Le Mesle
  
+ == Alignment ==
- Alignment A web framework with a strong focus on speed and asynchronous principles.
+ A web framework with a strong focus on speed and asynchronous principles.
  
- Documentation Infoq article about Deft: http://www.infoq.com/articles/deft-loft Deft documentation:
http://deftserver.org/ Deft issue tracker and source: https://github.com/rschildmeijer/deft/
Deft Continuous Integration: http://savagesprout.com:8180/jenkins/
+ == Documentation ==
+ Infoq article about Deft: http://www.infoq.com/articles/deft-loft
  
- External Dependencies Google Guava, logbook, apache httpclient (for unit/system tests),
ning async-http-client (for unit/system tests)
+ Deft documentation: http://deftserver.org/
  
- Required Resources Mailing lists deft-dev
+ Deft issue tracker and source: https://github.com/rschildmeijer/deft/
  
- Mailing Lists http://groups.google.com/group/deft-web-server
+ Deft Continuous Integration: http://savagesprout.com:8180/jenkins/
  
- Issue Tracking https://github.com/rschildmeijer/deft/issues
+ == External Dependencies ==
+ Google Guava, logbook, apache httpclient (for unit/system tests), ning async-http-client
(for unit/system tests)
  
- Initial Committers See Initial Developers
+ == Required Resources ==
+ === Mailing lists ===
+   deft-dev
+ 
+ == Mailing Lists ==
+ http://groups.google.com/group/deft-web-server
+ 
+ == Issue Tracking ==
+ https://github.com/rschildmeijer/deft/issues
+ 
+ == Initial Committers ==
+ See ''Initial Developers ''
  
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