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From Jochen Wiedmann <>
Subject Re: Why solve a problem that doesn't exist?
Date Thu, 07 Aug 2003 08:45:28 GMT
Quoting Greg Wilkins <>:

> I think there is strength in diversity - there are lots of models out
> there and people can try them all.

True - to a certain degree. As almost everything in life. :-)

> The history of the attempts, failures and otherwise is spread over many
> public and private email repositories and fractured by many many different
> view points - all of them biased to some degree or other.

I can imagine. However, I think it would help people like me to see some
pointers. The idea of a corresponding FAQ entry was already mentioned, but
what 've seen so far.

This is not to blame or naming anyone, but to learn about the different
point of views and (hopefully :-) to find some sense in both.

> We are still interested in discussions and open for exchange of ideas and
> possibly even sources, if license and copyright allows.
> (NB.  I am in no way able to say "we" on behalf of the ASF, but I do
> know that the geronimo project would agree with this statement)

I like to read that. :-)



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