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Re: [CoreTeam]Re: [DotGNU]To What Degree Jabber?

From: Daniel E Baumann
Subject: Re: [CoreTeam]Re: [DotGNU]To What Degree Jabber?
Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2002 00:06:15 -0500
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On Sat, Apr 13, 2002 at 03:04:51PM -0400, Barry Fitzgerald wrote:
> "Bradley M. Kuhn" wrote:
> > 
> > > > If no serious objections are made by then, it will be a decision
> > > > by consensus.
> > > >
> > > > If serious objections (that make sense to me) are made, I will
> > > > post a modified proposal.
> > 
> > I have no serious objection per se, but I do believe we should include the
> > GNU Enterprise and phpGroupware projects as part of the consensus
> > process, and perhaps find some way that the three projects together make
> > such decisions.  After all, decisions about these kinds of protocols
> > across GNU will effect all of these projects.
> > 
> Whatever happened to GNU-RPC?
> (That is the project to abstract all middleware protocols into one
> package).... Wouldn't that be a good place to start?

GNURPC is alive and well in GNUe's common module in cvs, someone has
even gotten xmlrpc to work in order to write a PHP GNUe Forms client.
Also, I believe the OMG has now gone to a Model Driven Architecture
(MDA) that is supposed to support multiple middlewares. It sould be
very interesting, basically they are using UML and generating code
from that to fit into their architecture. They are making some
extensions to UML to facilitate this. You should be able to find more
info on that at

Daniel E Baumann      address@hidden
GNU Enterprise

And if cynics ridicule freedom, ridicule community...if ``hard nosed 
realists'' say that profit is the only ideal...just ignore them, and use 
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