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#1
[Originally posted by micael]

Got the JabberStudio app going. Moves right along. I would love to help
develop this. How are you going to work out giving developer access to the
cvs, etc.? I have not looked at the code yet, so I don't know how managed
(JMX) it is. Did you keep that in mind while writing it? That would interest
me, i.e. writing some JMX code, or process thread pooling, etc. Want a hand?
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#2
Re: JabberStudio
[Originally posted by iainshigeoka]

> Got the JabberStudio app going. Moves right along. I would love to help

Great!

> develop this. How are you going to work out giving developer access to the
> cvs, etc.? I have not looked at the code yet, so I don't know how managed

I don't know how to grant others CVS access on JabberStudio (that part isn't
really automated on the site yet). Due to the still under construction state
of JabberStudio, we may have to move CVS over to SourceForge in order to allow
multiple people to work easily on it.

> (JMX) it is. Did you keep that in mind while writing it? That would interest

Yes, in fact manageability was my #1 concern. The CEDA architecture lends
itself to to both configuration and management via some tool like JMX.

> me, i.e. writing some JMX code, or process thread pooling, etc. Want a hand?

That would be great. JMX management of the channels, especially dynamic
loading and monitoring of stages and their thread pools would be awesome.

-iain
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#3
Re: JabberStudio
[Originally posted by vrj]

> me, i.e. writing some JMX code, or process thread pooling, etc. Want a hand?
Hello there, I have been thinking about what to do for my masters project.
I would like to help out with the jj project on jabberstudio. It lists a bunch
of features that are yet to be assigned/implemented. Can I help? Also if
"Micael" who started this thread can get back to me, it would be great.
vj