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From "David Sean Taylor" <da...@bluesunrise.com>
Subject Re: New API specification
Date Thu, 10 Jan 2002 05:39:34 GMT
Thanks Sandra! Interesting statistics.

There's an article on Tiles and Struts at javaworld.com:
 http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-01-2002/jw-0104-tilestrut.html



----- Original Message -----
From: "Sandra Cann" <flying_cloud@prodigy.net>
To: "Jetspeed Developers List" <jetspeed-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 4:00 PM
Subject: RE: New API specification


> Snip
> > JetSpeed 2 will be a the sum of 3 things instead of 2:
> >
> > 1) Portlet Container and Portlet Specs..
> > 2) A Portlet Container Implementation, independent of any framework
> > 3) A Portal implementation, framework dependant..
>
> I have a particular interest in seeing Jetspeed Portlet API and
Struts/Tiles
> integration. I am delighted to see the direction of considering other
> frameworks to integrate with and particularly that of Struts. Using
relative
> community sizes as a gauge of market size, the Struts community is more
than
> twice the size of the Turbine list so by offering the choice of framework
> you can surely strengthen the acceptance of the Jetspeed project further.
>
> By integrating with Struts this will also make Jetspeed available for
> integration with the Expresso Framework and Jcorporate's collaborative
> applications - since as of version 4.0 Expresso is based on Struts. In
your
> list of frameworks Expresso (www.jcorporate.com) was not mentioned and
> perhaps should be since it is has the largest framework community with
more
> than 4300 developers on its listserv. By estimates the combined
> Expresso/Struts communities accounts for ~85% of OSS Java framework
market.
>
> snip
> > > * Struts
> > I like struts and i use it in my own projects, but i fail to see
> > JetSpeed as Struts app, i need to restate my study of struts to see how
> > can we implement a portlet container there..
>
> Has there been any progress here?
>
> snip
> >>  As to the framework choices, I do not know enough to form an
> >> opinion.
> >>
> > Same here ;-)
>
> By keeping the Struts list appraised there may be people from that list
> willing to help - creating a knowledge transfer.
>
> I know there are many people in our community interested in Jetspeed too
and
> there would be community interest in collaborating with the Jetspeed list
on
> the Struts (and Expresso) integration. Please consider the opensource
> listserv (opensource@javacorporate.com) as a resource available to this
list
> :).
>
> I will also create a forum on the jcorporate site for our community
members
> to discuss this. If anyone here wants to join this group let me know
> offlist.
>
> Sandra Cann
> scann@jcorporate.com
>
>
>
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