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From Aditi Das <>
Subject RE: [CONF] OpenJPA: OpenJPA Up Close and Personal
Date Tue, 31 Jul 2007 00:55:46 GMT

Is the Face-To-Face meeting open for all to attend?  I see a attendee list in the below link.

Is anybody else allowed to attend other than that ?


From: Teresa Kan []
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: [CONF] OpenJPA: OpenJPA Up Close and Personal (page edited)

On 7/27/07, <> wrote:
>    Page Edited : openjpa<>: OpenJPA
> Up Close and Personal<>
> OpenJPA Up Close and Personal<>has
been edited by David
> Wisneski <> (Jul
> 27, 2007).
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> Content:
>  Summer 2007 Meeting Information
> The meeting is on the 6th and 7th of August, 2007.
> Venue
> BEA headquarters in San Jose<,+CA&fb=1&cd=1&ie=UTF8&ei=QGmhRq7MBImUjQO27-nGCA&cid=37379388,-121922929,10392251224970924111&li=lmd&z=14&t=m>(near
> 2315 North First Street
> San Jose, CA
> We have wireless internet available, so it should be easy to stay in touch
> in the break periods. Hopefully, all the sessions will be sufficiently
> riveting that nobody will be playing around on the internets during the
> sessions.
> There will be a dial-in number as well.
> Attendee List / Local Transportation Logistics  Attendee Location Carpool
> needed? Carpool space Lodging Patrick Linskey San Francisco, probably No 3
> seats   Craig Russell Mountain View No     Marc Prud'hommeaux San Jose No
>   Crowne Plaza 282 Almaden Blvd. Christoph Bussler San Jose No     Pinaki
> Poddar San Francisco Yes   Galleria Park, 191 Sutter Street Bill Pugh Palo
> Alto No No   Michael Dick Remote (Rochester, MN) No No   Albert Lee Remote
> (Rochester, MN) No No   Joe Weinstein Moraga CA No No   David Wisneski San
> Jose CA No No No   Catalina Wei San Jose CA No No No   Daniel Lee San Jose
> CA No No No
> Teresa Kan              Remote
>                                   (Rochester, MN)
> NO                        No

        Agenda Monday 6 August  Time Title Description Presenter Sponsor 9:30
> - 10:00 Introductions       10:00 - 12:00 OpenJPA Architecture High-level
> walk-through of OpenJPA architecture, including all the maven modules and
> the major internal abstractions. Patrick Linskey / Abe White Patrick
> Linskey 12:00 - 1:00 Lunch BEA Cafeteria or elsewhere in the area     1:00
> - 2:30 FindBugs Presentation Discussion with Bill Pugh (FindBugs) about
> how best to use FindBugs on OpenJPA, including a focus on how to use it for
> "new" bugs as code changes come in, vs. fixing the issues that already
> exist. Bill Pugh Craig Russell 3:00 - 4:30 Query Processor There are a lot
> of query JIRA issues; some background might enable more people to help out Marc
> Prud'hommeaux / Patrick Linskey Craig Russell 5:00 - 5:30 Day One Wrap-Up Figure
> out how we want to change the schedule for the next day     7:00 - ??? Dinner
> and Socializing Presumably in San Jose   Patrick Linskey Tuesday 7 August
> Time Title Description Presenter Sponsor 9:30 - 10:00 Day Two Kick-Off /
> New Agenda Item Review Discuss what we'd like to talk about today, what
> we'd like to focus on that came up yesterday, and other topics that have
> occurred to people since yesterday     10:00 - 11:00 Bootstrapping /
> ProductDerivation Discuss the goals and architecture of the
> ProductDerivation framework. Pinaki Poddar / Patrick Linskey Craig Russell 11:30
> - 12:30 API Design and Forwards-Compatibility OpenJPA has a number of APIs
> that we expect to be visible to developers. These should be stable over
> time, and should be well-designed to meet the needs of our developers. This
> is currently not always the case (OpenJPAEntityManagerFactory extends a
> billion interfaces, for example, our event frameworks sometimes require code
> changes for people who implement the event interfaces, and we use a
> combination of enums and symbolic constants even in our
> org.apache.openjpa.persistence interfaces). I'd like to discuss this to
> raise awareness about the issue, and also discuss how to improve things in
> the short term. I'd also like to bring up the idea of an API jar that should
> contain enough for the average development team to link against. Patrick
> Linskey Patrick Linskey 12:30 - 1:30 Lunch BEA Cafeteria or elsewhere in
> the area     2:00 - 5:00 Reserved Blocked out for topics that come up over
> the two days. For example, I imagine that we might want to go into more
> detail on remote commit events, or JDBC mapping techniques.     5:00 -
> 5:30 Wrap-Up
> The sponsor is the person proposing the agenda item, and is responsible
> for making sure that a given agenda item actually happens. The sponsor is
> not necessarily the person actually presenting / leading the discussion for
> a given item.
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