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From "Noel J. Bergman" <n...@devtech.com>
Subject RE: [Proposal] Blaze
Date Wed, 19 Jul 2006 03:46:27 GMT
Carl Trieloff wrote:

> Your license and any rights under this Agreement will terminate
> immediately without notice from any Author if you bring any
> claim, suit, demand, or action related to the Advanced Messaging
> Queue Protocol Specification against any Author. Upon termination,
> you shall destroy all copies of the Advanced Messaging Queue Protocol
> Specification in your possession or control.

IANAL, but I'd be surprised if that passed legal muster as it would require
the complainant to destroy their copy of the evidence.

>> This model has been chosen to assure that anyone that contributes to
>> the specification grants a copyright and patient license to all

Err ... "patent" license?

These points aside, I'm pleased to see the proposal.

Totally unrelated ... JMS has the ability to create a message filter, but
one of the limitations is that the filter is applied when the receiver is
created, rather than when a get operation is executed.  This makes sense for
the push receiver case, but is limiting for the pull receiver case.  Does
AMQP have anything to say about this aspect of messaging, or does it stay
strictly in the messaging provider space, and away from the client API?

	--- Noel


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