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From "Leon Rosenberg" <rosenberg.l...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Save POJO Application Server Definition
Date Tue, 13 May 2008 10:29:52 GMT
Could it be just because you are reinventing the wheel?

Leon

On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 11:58 AM, Johnny Kewl <john@kewlstuff.co.za> wrote:
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>  HARBOR: http://coolharbor.100free.com/index.htm
>  The most powerful application server on earth.
>  The only real POJO Application Server.
>  Making the Java dream come true.
>  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>  Another confirmation that POJO Application Server is a major threat.
>
>  It seems some "anonymous" wiki members, are trying to eradicate the existence of the
POJO Application Server.
>  Their neutrality is clearly questionable.
>
>  Please lodge your objections to the removal of the POJO Application Server
>  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POJO_Application_Server
>
>  It seems WikiPedia is not a neutral entity. Glassfish can be defined but an even more
generic term like
>  POJO Application Server cannot be defined, something is clearly wrong.
>
>  If a generic term like 'Application Server' is allowed to exist, why not POJO Application
Server?
>
>  It would be interesting if someone could give us the background of those lodging the
objections.
>  This application server is a tool for Tomcat, and also happens to be more powerful than
Glassfish.
>  It seems some people don't like that?
>
>  Its a sad day when large IT companies have to resort to removing indirect references
to competitors products.
>  Seems to me that little IT companies with products are not allowed to exist.
>  Java is proclaimed as open source but the market belongs to just one.
>
>  Seems that some people will stop at nothing to hide the existence of Tomcat and Harbor.
>
>  To understand what is really happening... Harbor is more than an application server,
it actually turns Tomcat into Java's first Operating System.
>  Harbor is a NVM, a Network Virtual Machine.
>  What makes this very dangerous to monopolies, is that it makes Java free.
>
>  On this application server, one can take a little Sun Java and add a little Harmony
to it... thats what they trying to kill.
>  Tomcat is on its way to becoming the next Operating System... good for Java, bad for
a monopoly.
>
>  Stop the bullies, put a link on your site, and add it to the wiki page.
>  Shame on Java...

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