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From "Gerhard Froehlich" <g-froehl...@gmx.de>
Subject RE: Project Labrador
Date Fri, 04 Jan 2002 16:10:01 GMT
Hi Tom,

>I'd like to find out what the interest level would be between the
>XML-RPC and Axis groups to collaborate with the Xindice (and possibly
>Avalon) projects on Project Labrador.
>
>"Labrador is an open source modular XML object request broker.  It does
>not attempt to provide full-featured toolkit-style implementations of
>protocols that it supports, but attempts to be a simple, and easily
>configured XML Object broker that allows multiple protocol handlers,
>instance handlers, and service models."
>
>Labrador is a spin-off of dbXML's original XMLObject system, that I am
>currently maintaining as a non-Apache project, but I'd prefer to bring
>it into the fold if it's of any value to the other projects.
>
>You can find more information about Labrador at:

I know you are a pretty good dev and I have much respect for your skills
and knowledge, but let me quote stefano:

<stefano source="http://www.mail-archive.com/general@xml.apache.org/msg00806.html">
  Now, a technical question: we already have two projects which have a
  pretty high overlap (SOAP and Axis). Why do we need another one? Can't
  this "WASP lite" be donated as directly to Axis instead of creating yet
  another project on webservices?
</stefano>

Why do we need a another request broker. Maybe I'm to ignorant here, but I don't
see the need!

  Gerhard





 
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That must be wonderful! I don't understand it at all.
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