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From Rick <cr2...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Recursive core architectural overview
Date Tue, 06 Jun 2006 17:42:38 GMT
I like to second all of what Ant wrote and also Ken Tam asked if it 
could not be delayed till next week. I'd like to be up to speed and just 
a few days more would help to digest it all to be more informed, but 
I'll go with Friday if that's what it is.
ant elder wrote:
> I agree 100% with Ken, could you give just a little more information 
> about
> whats going on here? That email just gives hints - there's been some SCA
> spec changes, there's some code in the the sandbox for "recursive core
> architecture work" and "to clearly demarcate the runtime extension
> mechanism."
>
> What are the spec changes, are there any new spec documents people can
> review?
>
> Is there anything else that has changed from the M1 release code to 
> whats in
> the sandbox?
>
> Whats the state of the sandbox code, does it work, are there any samples,
> does bigbank run?
>
> What is the intention for the future of the sandbox code?
>
> It sounds like we're being asked to just go look at some code in the 
> sandbox
> and work all this out for ourselves. There's a lot of people listening 
> who
> have no idea whats going on, so some more detailed background information
> would really help.
>
> Friday is bad for me I can't make anything much after 9am PDT, same for
> Mondays after 5:30BST, but i'll fit in with most times any other day.
>
>   ...ant
>
> On 6/5/06, Kenneth Tam <kentaminator@gmail.com > wrote:
>>
>> I am very interested in this, but the short notice also concerns me.
>> Can we push this out to at least the end of the week (say Friday?) or
>> sometime next week so that more people on the list get a chance to
>> find out about it and fit it into their schedules?
>>
>> Also, Jim & Jeremy -- if you guys have anything in the way of
>> explanatory material that you could circulate on the list/wiki before
>> the presentation, I think that would be very useful.. certainly I
>> could use a little more context to help with my own browsing.
>>
>> thanks,
>> k
>>
>> On 6/5/06, Jeremy Boynes <jboynes@apache.org> wrote:
>> > Jim Marino wrote:
>> > > Hi,
>> > >
>> > > There has been some mention offline of Jeremy and I providing an
>> > > overview of changes to the SCA specifications and related recursive
>> > > core architecture work going on in the sandbox, perhaps
>> Wednesday.  I'm
>> > > happy to do this, however, I'm a bit concerned that since this  has
>> not
>> > > been brought up on the list interested people may not be able  to
>> attend
>> > > on short notice. Also, a time has not been mentioned. I  propose
>> > > 9PST-11PST, using a combination of Web-Ex and toll-free dial- in,
>> which
>> > > will be provided later.
>> > >
>> > > If interested people cannot make that time, please speak up so we 
>> can
>> > > arrange an alternate (please don't hesitate to do so, even if you 
>> are
>> > > the only one).
>> > >
>> >
>> > Jim, I'm afraid I can't make 8 to 10 on Wed - can do before or after.
>> > --
>> > Jeremy
>> >
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