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From David Woldrich <d...@woldrich.com>
Subject Re: James deployed as plugin on Geronimo!
Date Wed, 14 Feb 2007 21:12:15 GMT
Hey Robert,

I'm still here!  ALRIGHT!  Let's do this.  Give me some tasks or 
guidance and I will see what I can get done for you.  My free time is 
mostly on the weekends, so I'll try to batch up my questions for the 
list on friday so that I am most productive.

Cheers,
Dave

robert burrell donkin wrote:
> On 2/1/07, David Woldrich <dave@woldrich.com> wrote:
>> Hi Robert,
>> > <snip>
>> >>
>> >> and I want a lot more.  I want mail and news servers in Geronimo too,
>> >> and I want mailets that can call local EJB's that I can redeploy 
>> at will
>> >> (or perhaps even make local EJB's that are themselves mailets.)
>> >
>> > mailets that are EJB sounds better than calling EJBs from mailets
>> >
>> > but POJOs with context sound even better (cool to mix in with service
>> > buses etc) bit like activication specification message beans (mail is
>> > just another message, after all)
>> >
>> Ah, I'm not sure what you are getting at here?  "Service Bus" like an
>> ESB?  That would be nifty - they are great at shuttling messages about.
>> Ok, what about using JMS throughout James instead of going the ESB
>> route?  One useful thing about JMS is that it builds your threadpools
>> implicitly.  One other useful thing is JMS would allow you to modularize
>> and distribute pieces of James into separate plugins and improve
>> scalability.  If there isn't one already, making
>> administration/configuration JMX or web consoles for James would be a
>> nifty deal as well and being integrated with Geronimo would really spur
>> that development.
>
> still around dave?
>
> we've now made a start on the modularization and i've had time to
> think about this
>
> there is some really stuff which would be done in this area. not sure
> whether i'll find the cycles to hack it myself right now if you're
> still around and interested, maybe we could work together.
>
> WDYS?
>
> - robert
>
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