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From Scott Ganyo <scott.ga...@etapestry.com>
Subject Re: Fun project?
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 12:49:35 GMT
I'm rather partial to Jini for distributed systems, but I agree that 
JXTA would definitely be the way to go on this type of peer-to-peer 
scenario.

Scott

kdunn@ezifile.com wrote:

> I'll be doing something very similar some time in the next 12 months for
> the project I'm working on. I'll be more than happy than happy to
> contribute the code when its done, but the rest of the project has been
> implemented with CORBA, and it had been my plan to use CORBA for the
> distributed index servers as well.
>
> I'll look into JXTA though, as I hadn't come across it before.
>
> Kiril
>
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> Otis Gospodnetic
> 21/11/2002 16:57
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> Yeah, I thought of that, too.  JXTA is the P2P piece that you are
> asking about.  A recent post on Slashdot mentioned something that IBM
> did that sounds similar.  Time... :)
>
> Otis
>
> --- "Robert A. Decker"  wrote:
>
> >I wish I had time to work on this for fun, but I was thinking about
> >what
> >could be a fun lucene project...
> >
> >One could build a peer-to-peer document search application. Each
> >client
> >would index the documents on its harddrive, or documents in a
> >particular
> >directory. When the user at the computer does a search it will look
> >at the
> >documents on its harddrive, but also send out a request for the
> >search on
> >the P2P network.
> >
> >First though, are there any P2P java frameworks out there? One could
> >build
> >one, perhaps with OpenJMS, but it would be nice if one already
> >existed.
> >
> >Hmm... if anyone else thinks this would be cool I'd be willing to
> >work on
> >this with you.
> >
> >
> >thanks,
> >Robert A. Decker
> >
> >http://www.robdecker.com/
> >http://www.planetside.com/
> >
> >
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