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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
Subject Re: Bayeux implementation
Date Fri, 08 Jun 2007 10:24:47 GMT
Peter Rossbach wrote:
> Hi Filip,
> Great, I think it is a good time to start talking about Bayeux /dojo 
> as a standard comet protocol. The current different Async/comet server 
> API's  make it very strong to start for most programmers. I review the 
> Jetty Bayeux implementation and find it very useful.
> OK, really the current "spec doc" is strange, but it's good enough  to 
> start discussions. Please, let us start talks with other
> Bayeux folks.
Yes, got the ball rolling on this one.
> How can I help?
Feel free to join in on the implementation/coding. Once we have the Java 
APIs, we'll create the implementation on top of Tomcat Comet,

> Peter
> +1: to start bayeux implementation at a sandbox.
> Am 07.06.2007 um 16:15 schrieb Filip Hanik - Dev Lists:
>> Remy Maucherat wrote:
>>> Filip Hanik - Dev Lists wrote:
>>>> yo,
>>>> I was gonna create a Bayeux implementation for Tomcat,
>>>> I am thinking it might be good for us to work with the Jetty and 
>>>> Glassfish folks to use the same org.dojox interfaces.
>>> I don't like dependencies ;) I am not interested in working with 
>>> these two projects, which had relationships with Tomcat in the past, 
>>> but chose to end them.
>> not working with the projects is your personal prerogative, the rest 
>> of the community might not be against it. I am not and one more post 
>> thought it was a good idea.
>> I think the relationships especially around bayeux can be very 
>> beneficial for all of us, as we can be part of it dictating the 
>> direction of it instead of just having to respond to it due to user 
>> demand.
>> I'd like to know if anyone else is strongly against it, since I don't 
>> think past events should dictate if we join this initiative or not.
>>>> Question: Where should I do this, sandbox or trunk?
>>> Sandbox, I think.
>> Sandbox it is.
>>>> Why Bayeux? Cause there is a good client support through the Dojo 
>>>> toolkit.
>>> I was wondering if it was a standard, so I guess client support is a 
>>> benefit. However, the spec itself looks bad at the moment (unless I 
>>> missed something).
>> If the spec is bad, then its another reason for us to join in, but 
>> the fact that there is a client support, speaks for itself.
>> Comet is very popular but the skillset to create a client that works 
>> in a browser is hard to find. This was very much the feedback we got 
>> during Apachecon EU in Amsterdam.
>> Whether we use it or not, we can decide on later. In the meantime 
>> I'll touch base with the folks and get the ball rolling.
>> Filip
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