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From "John B. Walker" <jwal...@rsimail.com>
Subject Re: .NET/WebServices/Java
Date Tue, 25 Apr 2006 14:49:59 GMT
Ted,

My boss is running it by the lawyers.  I will keep you posted, and keep
working on the framework.

Thanks and regards,
John

On 4/25/06, Ted Husted <ted.husted@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> It would be better to continue the thread on dev@struts.apache.org,
> but there's no reason to take the discussion off list.
>
> -Ted.
>
> On 4/24/06, John B. Walker <jwalker@rsimail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks Ted!  I will dust off my old sourceforge.net account and take
> this
> > conversation off the user group with you personally.  I appreciate the
> help.
> >  It's people like you that make it easy for developers to come into the
> Open
> > Dev community.
> >
> > Thanks again,
> > John
> >
> >
> > On 4/23/06, Ted Husted <ted.husted@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> >  On 4/23/06, John B. Walker <jwalker@rsimail.com> wrote:
> > > My next question for you Ted (or others), is:
> > > "How would I contribute this source back to Struts, and do you think
> that
> > > the committee would be interested in adopting this framework into the
> > Struts
> > > project?"
> >
> > The first step would be to get the code "out there" where people can
> > try it. This can simply  be a matter of setting up a home page that
> > describes the product with a link to download the package. A very good
> > way to get started is to setup a Java.net or Sourceforge.net project.
> > If you don't want to start your own project, there is a Struts
> > SourceForge project (struts.sf.net) where you could upload the code.
> > Just take out a SourceForge account and let me know what your user id,
> > and a working name for the product, and I'll setup a module for you,
> >
> > In general, the ASF isn't interested in donations of code that do not
> > include a community of developers who are ready, willing, and able to
> > maintain the code. The ASF has no paid staff, so we have to be sure
> > that there are volunteers to do the work. The first step is finding
> > volunteers to help with an open source project is to publish the
> > source :)
> >
> > HTH, Ted.
>

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