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From Frank Barnaby <Frank.Barn...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (RIVER-264) integrate serviceui sources into jtsk trunk
Date Wed, 19 Sep 2007 16:46:37 GMT

As many of you are aware, the ServiceUI source tree includes the  
following files:

	LICENSE
	NOTICE
	COPYRIGHT

A decision needs to be made with regard to the fate of these files.  
Jim Hurley
and I feel that this aspect of this JIRA issue is important enough to  
involve
the community.

First, dealing with the LICENSE file is simple.  It's identical to  
the one in
the JTSK tree, so this copy can be excluded from the migration.


Second, the NOTICE file contains text that I believe must be included  
in the
JTSK's NOTICE file.  Here's the existing text of ServiceUI's NOTICE  
file:

	The ServiceUI API
	Copyright 2007 The Apache Software Foundation

	This product includes software developed at
	The Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).

	Portions of this software were developed by Bill Venners of Artima,  
Inc., who
	led the ServiceUI project. The ServiceUI project, which was hosted  
at jini.org,
	was tasked with defining a "standard" approach to attaching UIs to  
Jini services.
	The ServiceUI specification and API represent the best amalgamation  
of the ideas
	contributed by all the people who participated in the serviceui  
project.

	The original two releases of the ServiceUI API, including  
specifications
	and code, are available from:

		http://www.artima.com/jini/serviceui/index.html

I believe the first line should be excluded because the JTSK's NOTICE  
file applies
to the entire River distribution.  The 2nd-4th lines already exist in  
the JTSK's
NOTICE file, so those lines can be excluded.  The remaining portion  
of the file
should be carried forward to the JTSK's NOTICE file, resulting in the  
following
combined text:

	Apache River
	Copyright 2007 The Apache Software Foundation

	This product includes software developed at
	The Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).

|	Portions of this software were developed by Bill Venners of Artima,  
Inc., who
|	led the ServiceUI project. The ServiceUI project, which was hosted  
at jini.org,
|	was tasked with defining a "standard" approach to attaching UIs to  
Jini services.
|	The ServiceUI specification and API represent the best amalgamation  
of the ideas
|	contributed by all the people who participated in the serviceui  
project.
|
|	The original two releases of the ServiceUI API, including  
specifications
|	and code, are available from:
|
|		http://www.artima.com/jini/serviceui/index.html

	Copyright 2005 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
	This product includes material developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
	(http://www.sun.com).

	Copyright 2002-2005 Geoffrey Arnold (http://www.geoffreyarnold.com)
	This product contains code derived from the Ant build script  
contributed
	to the Jini Community by Geoffrey Arnold (http:// 
www.geoffreyarnold.com).


Lastly, the COPYRIGHT file contains the following text:

	The following copyright notice was affixed to portions of the
	code with which this file is now or was at one time distributed and
	is placed here unaltered.

	Copyright 2000-2005 Artima Software, Inc.

Jim and I agree that the Copyright line should be appended to the  
JTSK's NOTICE
file, but the COPYRIGHT file and its remaining text should be  
excluded from the
migration.

Please respond if you have any concerns regarding this proposal.



Frank




On Sep 14, 2007, at 11:39 AM, Jim Hurley (JIRA) wrote:

> integrate serviceui sources into jtsk trunk
> -------------------------------------------
>
>                  Key: RIVER-264
>                  URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/RIVER-264
>              Project: River
>           Issue Type: Task
>           Components: build
>     Affects Versions: jtsk_2.1
>             Reporter: Jim Hurley
>             Assignee: Frank Barnaby
>             Priority: Minor
>              Fix For: AR1
>
>
> move the ServiceUI classes directly into the jtsk tree.  Include in  
> both
> jsk-lib.jar and jsk-dl.jar, and (at least temporarily for  
> convenience for
> those using it) keep a serviceui.jar.
>
> Basically:
>    * integrate serviceui sources into jtsk trunk
>    * create build target for serviceui.jar
>
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