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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Jackrabbit Wiki] Update of "ApacheSling" by RoyFielding
Date Tue, 10 Jul 2007 01:30:18 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The following page has been changed by RoyFielding:
http://wiki.apache.org/jackrabbit/ApacheSling

The comment on the change is:
clean up some spelling, grammar, and licensing statments

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  = Welcome to Sling =
  
- Sling is a web application framework based on REST principles using a JCR Repository like
Jackrabbit as its data store and provides easy development of content oriented web applications.
+ Sling is a Web application framework based on REST principles that
+ provides easy development of content-oriented applications.
+ Sling uses a JCR repository, such as Apache Jackrabbit, as its data store. 
  
- Sling is a project of Day Management AG which is planned to be donated to the Apache Software
Foundation under the umbrella of Jackrabbit. These pages constitute a first set of documentation
of Sling as well as an initial draft of the proposal to the Incubator.
+ Sling is currently an internal project of Day Management AG.  Day would like
+ to contribute Sling to the Apache Software Foundation, perhaps as part of the
+ Apache Jackrabbit project, provided that is acceptable to the Apache Incubator.
+ These pages constitute a first set of documentation of Sling as well as an
+ initial draft of the proposal to the Incubator.
  
- These pages are currently under construction, so please come back now and then in the next
few days, to see what is going on here.
+ These pages are currently under construction, so please come back now and then,
+ over the next few days, to see what is going on here.  Discussion should be directed
+ to the Apache Jackrabbit development list (dev at jackrabbit.apache.org).
  
- In case of any questions, don't hesitate to contact me at fmeschbe at apache dot org.
+ == Contents ==
  
- Now here is the table of contents:
- 
-    * [wiki:SlingProposal Draft Proposal to submit Sling to the Incubator]
+    * [wiki:SlingProposal Draft proposal to submit Sling to the Incubator]
-    * [wiki:/ComponentAPI The Componant API underlying Sling]
+    * [wiki:/ComponentAPI The Component API underlying Sling]
     * [wiki:/SlingArchitecture Architecture of Sling]
     * [wiki:/SlingAssembly Assembly: Bundling Bundles]
     * [wiki:/SlingInitialStartup Initial Provisioning and Startup]
@@ -21, +27 @@

     * [wiki:/SlingLogging Logging]
     * [wiki:/SlingContent Content Loading and Nodetype Support]
  
- In addition to this more descriptive and referencial documentation a series of user and
developer guides are provided here:
+ In addition to this more descriptive and referential documentation, a series of user and
developer guides are provided here:
  
     * [wiki:/SlingGuideInstall Installing and Upgrading Bundles]
     * [wiki:/SlingGuideDefaultMappings Default Content Mapping and Request Rendering]
  
  References:
  
-  OSGi:: Sling is implemented as a series of [http://www.osgi.org OSGi] Bundles and makes
intensive use of the OSGi functionality such as lifecycle management and the service layer.
In addition Sling requires several OSGi compendium services to be available, such as the Log
Service, the Http Service, the Configuration Admin Service, the Metatype Service and Declarative
Services.
+  OSGi:: Sling is implemented as a series of [http://www.osgi.org OSGi] Bundles and makes
extensive use of the OSGi functionality, such as lifecycle management and the service layer.
In addition, Sling requires several OSGi compendium services to be available, such as the
Log Service, Http Service, Configuration Admin Service, Metatype Service, and Declarative
Services.
  
-  Apache Felix:: While Sling does not require a specific OSGi framework implementation to
run in, Sling is being developed using [http://felix.apache.org Apache Felix] as the OSGi
framework implementation. It has not been tested yet, but it is expected, that Sling also
operates perfectly inside other OSGi frameworks such as [http://www.eclipse.org/equinox Equinox]
and [http://www.knopflerfish.org Knopflerfish].
+  Apache Felix:: While Sling does not require a specific OSGi framework implementation to
run in, Sling is being developed using [http://felix.apache.org Apache Felix] as the OSGi
framework implementation. It has not been tested yet, but it is expected that Sling also operates
perfectly inside other OSGi frameworks such as [http://www.eclipse.org/equinox Equinox] and
[http://www.knopflerfish.org Knopflerfish].
  

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