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From "Tony Dietrich (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (DROIDS-61) About to commence project possibly using Droids .. would it be any help if I document development on wiki, including howto for netbeans IDE?
Date Mon, 17 Aug 2009 15:23:14 GMT

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Tony Dietrich updated DROIDS-61:
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       Priority: Trivial  (was: Major)
    Description: 
I have a project running (version1 is in use already, version 2 under development) that needs
to search out data from various sources, both by crawling websites and by using RSS feeds.
It also needs to accept data e-mailed directly to it, and read an FTP directory to see what
has been left there.

I'm thinking Droids would be useful as a framework for this, with various droids doing the
different types of work.

I notice your documentation is a little sparse. Would it help if I ran a 'work in progress'
document on the wiki?  This would not only help you guys see how someone is using droids,
but also give people a starting point for discussing possible enhancements.


I'm looking at a 3-6 month timescale for my own project to reach release status, so developments
in droids over that timescale would be useful.

I can already see some features I will need to implement in my own project, so there may be
areas where I can feed code back to you guys.


I'm also using Netbeans, not Eclipse, so I can document the steps needed to get the imports
from svn working happily in Netbeans, if that'd help? (Took me around 30 minutes to get it
sorted, mainly because I had an older version of svn installed in the IDE.

Let me know?


Tony

  was:
I ahve a project running (version1 is in use already, version 2 under development) that needs
to search out data from various sources, both by crawling websites and by using RSS feeds.
It also needs to accept data e-mailed directly to it, and read an FTP directory to see what
has been left there.

I'm thinking Droids would be useful as a framework for this, with various droids doing the
different types of work.

I notice your documentation is a little sparse. Would it help if I ran a 'work in progress'
document on the wiki?  This would not only help you guys see how someone is using droids,
but also give people a starting point for discussing possible enhancements.

I'm also using Netbeans, not Eclipse, so I can document the steps needed to get the imports
from svn working happily in Netbeans, if that'd help? (Took me around 30 minutes to get it
sorted, mainly because I had an older version of svn installed in the IDE.

Let me know?

Tony

        Summary: About to commence project possibly using Droids .. would it be any help if
I document development on wiki, including howto for netbeans IDE?  (was: About to commence
project possibly using Droids .. any help if I document development on wiki, including howto
for netbeans IDE?)

> About to commence project possibly using Droids .. would it be any help if I document
development on wiki, including howto for netbeans IDE?
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DROIDS-61
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DROIDS-61
>             Project: Droids
>          Issue Type: Question
>         Environment: Netbeans 6.7, multiple operating systems
>            Reporter: Tony Dietrich
>            Priority: Trivial
>
> I have a project running (version1 is in use already, version 2 under development) that
needs to search out data from various sources, both by crawling websites and by using RSS
feeds. It also needs to accept data e-mailed directly to it, and read an FTP directory to
see what has been left there.
> I'm thinking Droids would be useful as a framework for this, with various droids doing
the different types of work.
> I notice your documentation is a little sparse. Would it help if I ran a 'work in progress'
document on the wiki?  This would not only help you guys see how someone is using droids,
but also give people a starting point for discussing possible enhancements.
> I'm looking at a 3-6 month timescale for my own project to reach release status, so developments
in droids over that timescale would be useful.
> I can already see some features I will need to implement in my own project, so there
may be areas where I can feed code back to you guys.
> I'm also using Netbeans, not Eclipse, so I can document the steps needed to get the imports
from svn working happily in Netbeans, if that'd help? (Took me around 30 minutes to get it
sorted, mainly because I had an older version of svn installed in the IDE.
> Let me know?
> Tony

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