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From Robert McIntosh <robert.mcint...@zurichna.com>
Subject Re: Chameleon proposal (update)
Date Thu, 17 Jun 2004 17:19:45 GMT
I have 2 individuals that have confirmed that they would contribute to the 
development.

- Robert




Robert McIntosh <robert.mcintosh@zurichna.com> 
06/17/2004 08:17 AM
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Yea, it is a bit of a chicken and the egg thing :-)
However, there is one developer, possibly two at my company that are 
interested and another two developers outside of my company that are 
interested as well.
So far I have resisted the urge to hit some of the lists I'm on to gather 
up support as I know off-topic stuff isn't always that welcome. I believe 
that with Apache owning it and with it being a persistence engine that 
fills some needs not found in other persistence tools, it will thrive.  I 
know that with db.apache already having two O/R mappers, three might seem 
like a crowd and while Chameleon can fit into the role of an O/R mapper, 
its scope it more general, and therefore potentially  have a larger user 
base, than that of a straight O/R system.

As for source, I just zipped up the source and put in on the site at: 
http://www.bull-enterprises.com/aom/source.zip. It doesn't include the 
forrest docs or the maven project files, but just the source and JUnit 
source. Eclipse has made me just a tad lazy about keeping the maven file 
up to date, but I can do so and provide those if anyone wants to do a 
build and execute the tests.


Thanks,
Robert




Brian McCallister <mccallister@forthillcompany.com> 
06/17/2004 05:53 AM
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Is there any code actually available right now? I couldn't find 
anything on the site.

Is anyone involved with Chameleon's development besides yourself? (I 
know you are looking for additional developers, but is there anyone 
else right now? A stable community is a key component to an ASF project 
(which can seem like a chicken and egg problem at times)).

-Brian




 


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