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Subject: Re: [wsrm] donation to Apache ??

That is interesting idea.
I will raise this proposal to the development
team of RM4GS. I believe this should be
discussed seriously.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Hansen" <khookguy@yahoo.com>
To: <wsrm@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 15, 2005 4:13 AM
Subject: [wsrm] donation to Apache ??

> Has anyone given any thought to moving the RM4GS
> implementation
> (http://businessgrid.ipa.go.jp/rm4gs/index-en.html) to
> Apache?  I think that such a move would help build
> acceptance/use of the WS-Reliability standard.
> The reason I bring this up is that the Axis2
> implementation has started with one if its express
> goals being to provide better support for the WS-*
> protocols on the SOAP stack.  At this point, there is
> an Apache implementation of the IBM, BEA et al.  WS-RM
> standard (see http://ws.apache.org/ws-fx/sandesha/)
> being incubated.
> IMHO, it would be good to have an "Apache" version of
> RM4GS under the Apache license because then the guys
> working on Axis2 and the Apache WS-* stack
> implementations would consider it as an alternative to
> (or a complement to) the Sandesha implementation of
> WS-RM.
> Furthermore, puting RM4GS under Apache would mean that
> Axis users and vendors who bundle Axis as their Web
> Services platform (and there are many - e.g., JBOSS)
> would be easily able to support the WS-Reliability
> standard in addition to (or instead of) the IBM, BEA
> et al standard.
> Just some thoughts,
> Mark
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