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From Julien Vermillard <jvermill...@archean.fr>
Subject Re: [POLL] What do you expect in MINA 2.0.0-M1?
Date Thu, 02 Aug 2007 14:33:54 GMT
On Thu, 02 Aug 2007 16:05:20 +0200
fred.bregier@free.fr wrote:

> My 2 cents for this future big event.
> For Trustin question:
> - DIRMINA-382 close feature waiting for all messages to be written
>     For me it could be interesting since it would allow another way
> to close connections from a server in a clean approach. However, the
> close with a timeout is probably still the better approach (since we
> can expect that after a while, even if messages are not fully
> written, the client is probably gone a long time ago...).
> - DIRMINA-302 and any approach that could tend to minimize the OOME.
>     I agree that one can use Throttle filter (read, write and
> connection as in 389), but for me, as I am not an expert, it becomes
> somehow hard to determine where to put the limit.
> For Mark question:
> I think that Mina is getting better considering documentation. Of
> course, like any project, more is better. Perhaps I would suggest to
> use some of the examples (SumUp, Proxy) in a plain web page with
> comments. Of course, one can say that reading source code should be
> enough but it could be easier to read them carefully inside something
> between quick start guide and advanced topic.
> Also, performance tips could be interesting, even if I know that it
> should be always quoted with something like "in a general way" and
> "could not be adapted to all kind of protocol".
> However, it is a FAQ that is coming again and again on the mailing
> list.
> I want just to take this opportunity to say that I am really
> impressed by this project. Mina was probably the rock that was
> missing in my project when I started to think about it.
> And when I found it, one year ago, I started very quickly my own
> project (OpenLSD and currently OpenLSM and OpenR66).
> My project depends on Mina in trunk version, and one year later, as I
> said before, we have done the integration process (june-july). In
> September we will enter in pre-production (one step before entering
> in production probably before the end of the year).
> Having an official stable 2.0.0-M1 should make the production step
> easier of course.
> So I really want to say Thank you to all of you for the great job and
> all your help!
> Frederic

Thanks for the nice feedback, 
Can you rewrite it so we can put it in the testimonial web page ?

Bonne chance pour la mise en production ;)


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