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From Aaron Coburn <>
Subject Re: POJOs
Date Thu, 27 Jul 2017 13:17:16 GMT
Hello Steve,

I would be happy to help with this as well. I am quite familiar with Java, Maven and the
class hierarchy.


> On Jul 26, 2017, at 6:19 PM, Craig Russell <> wrote:
> Hi Steve
> I'm interested in participating. It looks like the open source project at github is focused
on python. Is this right?
> I have no experience with either the model or usage but I have used maven
and java.
> Craig
>> On Jul 26, 2017, at 8:20 AM, sblackmon <> wrote:
>> As you may know, Activity Streams 2.0 was written to explicitly support
types as first class citizens.  Given that, I’ve been thinking we should work to support throughout the project.  
>> The data model is a hierarchical class inheritance framework with properties
inherited from parent class - which will be straightforward to implement by creating jsonschemas
and generating beans the same way we do for the activity streams schemas.
>> I looked for a maven-enabled OSS licensed implementation of the full set of
pojos, but didn’t find anything, which leads me to believe such a thing would potentially
be useful to the java community.
>> Is anyone interesting in collaborating to make this happen?  There are just under
600 total entities to model and they are organized such that it would be simple to sub-divide
the effort among several or many participants.
> Craig L Russell

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