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From Hans Bergsten <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] JSSI for Tomcat
Date Sat, 09 Dec 2000 23:55:23 GMT
Jon Stevens wrote:
> [...]
> > 1) Make this a new Jakarta subproject, named jakarta-jssi.
> > The reason for this is that it's an optional module and it can
> > live its own life outside the container development.
> >
> > Note! This requires approval by the PMC, but I want to see what
> > this group thinks about it before I make a proposal to the PMC.
> No approval by the PMC is necessary. This has already been voted on and
> approved. It is part of the migration of Java Apache projects over to
> Jakarta.

I know the migration of Java Apache projects has been discussed, but
I have not seen a formal decision being made by PMC. So I like to
run it by the PMC anyway, but based on what you say it sounds like it
will not be any problem then.

Another thing. If the migrated JSSI is supposed to continue to support
JServ (sounds reasonable), maybe this should be called TSSI instead to
avoid confusion (since it relies on TC internals and use TC package names). 
An alternative would be to keep the JSSI name but use TC package names and
make it work with JServ as well as TC 3.2 in the initial version. Comments?

Hans Bergsten
Gefion Software
Author of JavaServer Pages (O'Reilly),

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