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From Jeff Genender <jgenen...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [AsyncHttpClient] On bringing the code bases and communities together
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2008 06:22:28 GMT
Actually I already made a Mina 2.x version that is in the G sandbox ;-)

Jeff

Kevan Miller wrote:
> 
> On Jan 29, 2008, at 7:28 PM, Mike Heath wrote:
> 
>> Alex Karasulu wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Please excuse the cross post but it's quite necessary. Furthermore 
>>> people
>>> should not feel like they cannot cross post responses so please feel 
>>> free.
>>>
>>> It looks like the two versions of the http client based on MINA are 
>>> starting
>>> to diverge.  I've noticed the other day that some of the fixes for bugs
>>> already solved by one group are being re-implement all over again 
>>> over again
>>> by another.  It's a shame to have that happen so perhaps we can take 
>>> some
>>> concrete steps to prevent this divergence from progressing.
>>>
>>> As a first step I've cleaned up and restructured the Asyncweb code 
>>> base and
>>> posted this email here on the new directory structure in Subversion:
>>>
>>>  *http://tinyurl.com/ypmbd3
>>>
>>> *So I'm sending out this cross post in the hopes of bringing the two 
>>> groups
>>> together as one unified community which apparently has the same goal in
>>> mind: a fast low-resource consuming asynchronous http client.  What 
>>> ever it
>>> takes, I'm sure the MINA PMC is more than willing to accommodate.  If 
>>> you
>>> have trusted committers already working on this in the Geronimo 
>>> community
>>> there is no reason why we cannot trust them to continue working on it 
>>> here
>>> at MINA's Asyncweb project.  Let's open up discussions on this.
>>
>> I totally agree with Alex on this.  It looks there are fixes in the G
>> branch that haven't made it to the MINA branch.  How can bridge the gap
>> in communication as well as the gap in bug fixing?
>>
>> My opinion is that we need to stop all work on the G sandbox branch and
>> move all work over to MINA.  Is there anything impeding that? ...besides
>> a lot of work merging the changes...
> 
> Thanks Alex and Mike.
> 
> So, as we discussed the last time, the community members that have been 
> active in this area are Jeff Genender, Sangjin Lee, and Rick McGuire. 
> You already know Jeff. Have you reached out to Sangjin and Rick? I'd 
> urge them both to become involved in the Mina community, as their time 
> and interest permit.
> 
> Personally, I'm certainly in favor of seeing a united effort in creating 
> an async http client. Mina would seem to be a natural home for this 
> support (since Mina 2.x is moving up the stack and implementing 
> protocols). I think our community would be quite happy to receive this 
> capability by consumng Mina technology. Given the current state of our 
> two projects, I think it's somewhat doubtful that the Geronimo project 
> will end up releasing the AsyncHTTPClient code in our sandbox.
> 
> I can understand, however, if Rick and Sangjin see value in the current 
> codebase -- being based on a released version of Mina (1.1.2)  and 
> perhaps at a different point in terms of stability and function. I 
> suspect that this might be part of the reason why they haven't become 
> involved in the 2.x development work occurring at Mina.
> 
> So, one possible solution that occurs to me is to transfer the current 
> 1.1.x code in Geronimo sandbox to the Mina project. This might allow 
> Rick and Sangjin to complete their work on the current codebase and also 
> ease their transition towards merging code and fixes into the Mina 2.x 
> codebase. Alternatively, we can leave the code in Geronimo sandbox while 
> Sangjin and Rick transition their focus to the Mina 2.x support.
> 
> Will leave it to the Mina project, Rick, and Sangjin to say what makes 
> the most sense.
> 
> --kevan
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