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From <be...@ozemail.com.au>
Subject Re: Issues with XMLBeans proposal
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
> From: "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoliver@apache.org>
> > This is definitely a Java-only project right now.  If that is a clear
> > line of separation, I will stop posting to the XML list.  The reason
> > I posted to both lists was partly due to the fact that XMLBeans is much
> > more XML-centric than Java centric (in terms of data modeling and the
> > full fidelity availability of the XML Infoset); I really feel like this
> > is one of those projects that could go either way.  The other reason
> > for posting to both lists is that three different Apache people (two of
> > them ASF members) advised me to do so.  I'm definitely interested in
> > feedback as to whether to just limit the discussion to Jakarta right
> > now.
> >

I'd prefer to see things copied to general@xml for
now.  Even if the final decision is made to move
into Jakarta post incubation, there are people in
the xml project interested in the idea and who
might want to get involved, assuming this moves

> options:
> 1. Top level project - IMHO this isn't big enough and you don't have the
> open source experience or robust community to pull that off (not intended to
> be a criticism)
> 2. XML - I'm sure it would be fine.
> 3. Jakarta - IMHO this the best place for it.
> The division of XML vs Jakarta predates me for certain, but I think the main
> issues surrounding that are rusty.

Can see good reasons for either XML or Jakarta.
Maybe (again assuming this goes ahead) this is
something that could be decided by the committers
within the incubator?

> (BTW acceptance to Jakarta is a majority of the Jakarta PMC vote)...  It
> would be nice if other Jakarta PMC members sounded off a little so the
> incubator can hear.

Similarly XML.  Be particularly interested in
anyone (in either project) who would -1.


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