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From Matt Franklin <m.ben.frank...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Substantial commit to new branch
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2014 15:57:13 GMT
On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 4:47 PM, Steve Blackmon <sblackmon@apache.org>wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> Yesterday I completed a push of code we've been using to ingest data
> streams from several major data providers, validate their messages, and
> convert them to activitystreams format.


Very cool.


> There are some new top-level
> modules, including
>    a) streams-core - standard interfaces for the atomic units of streams -
> providers, persisters, and processors
>    b) streams-pojo - Jackson-compatible beans generated from
> activitystreams json schemas
>

Tickets need to be created to remove the dependency on the Rave
ActivityStreams implementation then.


>    c) streams-contrib - a collection of implementation modules, two or more
> of which can be imported into a new project and woven together to create a
> customized performant data stream to execute with java jar, storm jar,
> hadoop jar, yarn jar, etc...
>    d) streams-config - a typesafe-based configuration scheme that allows
> individual modules and coordinator code to pull the configuration
> parameters they require or support from supplied defaults, environment
> variables, run-time property files, command line parameters, or accessible
> HTTP end-points.
>
> I'd love to see this project emerge as a code workspace where social data
> vendors and consumers collaborate to ease the process of integration, and
> facilitate data interchange with public data schemas and protocols such as
> xml and json activitystreams formats.  No jvm-centric social data
> interoperability ecosystem exists today to my knowledge.  Hopefully this
> code will become a valuable starting point.  We have additional assets we
> will commit to streams-contrib in the coming months as we get them cleaned
> up, compliant with the streams-core interfaces, unit-tested, and real-world
> tested.
>
> I've also created a seperate external repository with some reference data
> pipelines that demonstrate how to assemble various modules into end-to-end
> streams at https://github.com/w2ogroup/streams-examples.  Today it
> contains
> a working twitter gardenhose to activitystreams java process, and a
> storm-based firehose processor that is still WIP.  More to come in this
> repo as well.
>

Do you intend to contribute this to Apache?  If so, we should setup a
different area in SVN for it.


>
> Would love to get feedback on the concepts, patterns, and interfaces
> proposed.  Will seek to merge with master in the standard 72 hours unless
> anyone objects.
>
> Best,
> Steve Blackmon
>

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