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From Jared Bunting <jared.bunt...@peachjean.com>
Subject Re: Complete CAS remember-me support
Date Sat, 21 Jul 2012 23:09:13 GMT
Thanks for the explanation Les.  I must have missed the other thread.  
Anyways, I like the idea.

-Jared

On Sat 21 Jul 2012 05:32:11 PM CDT, Les Hazlewood wrote:
> This was posted on another email thread on Shiro's dev list, but I'll
> cross post here due to wanting to be extremely clear about Buji:
>
> I created the Buji project on a whim last week as a playground of
> sorts for people (including me) wishing to work on things at their own
> pace, without the need to sync w/ the Shiro development team or the
> dev team's timelines or goals.  People like GitHub a lot, so they can
> use it if they want.  And for reference, 'buji', pronounced "boo jee",
> is a Japanese word for 'safety', paying homage to Shiro's target space
> and Japanese-themed name.
>
> What is important to note here is that there is nothing about Buji
> that is 'official' from a Shiro dev team (or Apache) perspective.  I
> created it with the expectation that it  is 100% for community-led and
> community-supported extensions - people can do whatever they want with
> it and the Shiro team has no official involvement (and therefore no
> official ASF guarantees, which every Apache project makes).  My vision
> was that it can be identical in concept the WicketStuff project and
> how that project functions in relation to Apache Wicket, and just see
> what happens.
>
> That being said, I personally like the idea and I'll probably use it
> myself for things that may not make sense to be in the core Shiro
> project.
>
> There has been NO discussion with the Shiro team about removing
> anything that is currently in Shiro and moving it to Buji at all.
> Again, Buji was just my own simple idea for the community to play with
> and has zero 'official' impact on Shiro's development practices.  If
> the Shiro development team wants to migrate code from Apache Shiro to
> Buji because we don't want to officially maintain something anymore,
> that will be discussed by the dev team.  So far there hasn't been any
> such communication or desire.
>
> Again, let me reiterate: Apache Shiro is an official Apache Top Level
> Project, and all efforts supported by the official Apache Shiro team
> will (and will always) be done at Apache.  The Buji project conversely
> is a playground to be used by the wider/general open source community
> at their own discretion and without official ASF support or
> IP/licensing guarantees therein.  Use it and/or contribute to it at
> your own discretion based on your needs/desires.
>
> Best,
>
> --
> Les Hazlewood | @lhazlewood
> CTO, Stormpath | http://stormpath.com | @goStormpath | 888.391.5282
> Stormpath wins GigaOM Structure Launchpad Award! http://bit.ly/MvZkMk
>
> On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 4:15 AM, jleleu <leleuj@gmail.com> wrote:
>> No problem. Let's wait for the big picture.
>> If you have some time, I think you should start by the bug referenced in
>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SHIRO-376.
>> Thanks,
>> Jérôme
>>
>>
>>
>>
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