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From "David Graham" <>
Subject Re: [OT] web site idea (was Value of Struts)
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2003 16:23:59 GMT
You can also say, "IBM integrated Struts support into WSAD".  IBM is 
supportive of OSS in general though.


>From: Robert McIntosh <>
>Reply-To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <>
>Subject: [OT] web site idea (was Value of Struts)
>Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2003 10:17:28 -0600
>I read everyone's responses to Gene Campbell's question and I think there 
>should be a place on the Struts website (maybe a wiki or something?) where 
>all of these good folks who responded to him could put  up their "Why I 
>love Struts" comments. I know I have to answer this question often to 
>clients and other developers and it would be nice to say "Go to the struts 
>website and look at page 'Why I love it'" or whatever.
>Promoting Struts is often difficult since it is open source and there is 
>that fear amongst the management (generally) about open source stuff. Never 
>mind that there are 5 (6?) books on struts alone, it has one of the largest 
>followings in open source Java, is in production is some major companies, 
>etc. The one thing I usually say to a manager type is "IBM uses it for the 
>admin on WebSphere". Throwing in that big name usually helps...
>My .02
>Robert McIntosh
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