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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Spec questions and comments
Date Tue, 03 Oct 2006 19:16:59 GMT


We are in the process of setting up a public location to post comments. 
The working group has
decided to make the spec dev list public and should have a place to go 
read it soon. Until these pages
are opened up you are welcome to interact we me and I will coordinate 
your feedback if that works for you.

You can also post the questions to this list as quite a  few working 
members are also on this list and
will most likely be happy to help out.

We know about quite a few of the gaps in the spec and have amended these 
but glad see if there
are ones we have missed so that we can fill them together with the set 
we have in for the next draft.


Gregory Brail wrote:
> Hi there, QPID developers. I've been thinking about the AMQP protocol
> for a while now, and I'm starting to do a little prototyping to see what
> might be possible by using this protocol. Nothing is planned or anything
> - I'm just tinkering.
> I ran into a few places where the spec didn't really say enough to
> implement it, and one place where the spec doesn't match the QPID code.
> How do I report these things? Is an issue raised via your issue-tracking
> system for this list sufficient, or should I try something else? Thanks!
>                                              greg
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