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From: Andrew Mitchell
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Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 21:40:11 +1200

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hello andrew,

Thanks for your reply, i have checked up gnuenterprise site, the 
EAS docs (which is very limited)..i would like to know more about 
this project....i am although skeptical on an python app 
server...may be we should think of writing it in C++/C# itself.
and corba orb ??...anyways..
..of if it requires..may be we should start of a seperate track 
for this..there are a lot of interesting issues..that we need to 



On Thu, 25 Apr 2002 Andrew Mitchell wrote :
>For this sort of thing - I would seriously talk with the GNU 
>people (, #gnuenterprise on 
>The appserver portion is currently being redesigned & will be 
>in python. Awhile ago, there was a meeting between GNUe, DotGNU, 
>phpGroupware developers where it was agreed that they would use 
>common RPC library & agree on common ways to interact.
>So far, I haven't seen much progress, but hopefully this will 
>happen as each project matures :) I'm intending to get into the 
>design & implementation, and so will welcome your comments :)

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