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From Nirmal Mukhi <>
Subject RE: [RESULT] Retire Muse and WSIF to the Attic
Date Mon, 23 Aug 2010 14:45:33 GMT

Hi Dinesh,

Just because WSIF has been moved to the attic does not mean you have to
search for an alternative. If WSIF as it is today serves your purposes, by
all means go ahead and use it. The reason it is moved to the attic is
because there aren't enough active committers to address the needs of the
user community (this has been the case for a few years now), So this is a
formal signal that the project is not going to be enhanced further (again,
it has been in its current state for the past few years anyway). More
information on the attic process can be found at

If you just need a SOAP client (i.e. do not use the non-SOAP support in
WSIF) you should consider moving to using Axis2.


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  Date:       08/23/2010 04:55 AM                                                        
  Subject:    RE: [RESULT] Retire Muse and WSIF to the Attic                             


Could you please advice any alternative lightweight framework over WSIF?

Many Thanks
Dinesh Ghutake

-----Original Message-----
From: Glen Daniels []
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 12:27 AM
Subject: [RESULT] Retire Muse and WSIF to the Attic

Both of these resolutions were passed by the PMC.

There were 6 +1 votes, and no -1 votes.

VOTE thread at

The WSIF resolution is in this month's board report, and we decided to
off on submitting the Muse resolution until a bit more conversation


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