Thanks a lot for adding to the page - after I announce it on the forums I'm sure others will also add to it too.
Please don't worry about what it sounds like next to the sfwk.org entry - the point of section is for others to talk about their cool projects - and yours is cool :) Christian has not added to the entry yet and he has all the details.
I'm curious about the "legal" team at your company - why would they filter the entry?
Talk to you later,
I would love to write an entry for sfwk.org, especially if I can share my feelings. I'll try to ensure that it sound less impressive than the sfwk.org entry.
Of course, our legal team will probably filter any mention of "Seam", "JBoss", or "Web Application".
However, it is possible that we could circumvent legal by not mentioning the company name, much like Chris Henson did for symmetricds.org
Jay Balunas wrote:I have finished updating the current "Seam in Production" page so that it has "seamframework.org" as an entry instead of the hotel booking example.
Christian: Whenever you get a chance to add details (production experience, technologies used, site usage, etc...) its ready.
Emmanuel : The hiberate approach seemed to be one very long page, while the template I have for swfk.org page is a table entry with quick descriptions, but then a link to an indivual wiki page where users can add as much or as little information as they like. Take a look at the link that is in the description column of the table. Maybe we need to call out the separate wiki page descriptions better?
On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 2:48 PM, Emmanuel Bernard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I kinda like the hibernate.org template for that as it let people write more about their apps and their feelings
On Feb 25, 2008, at 10:38, Jay Balunas wrote:
I have created the "Seam in production" page under the documentation directory as Christian suggested. I feel like it should be under the community directory, but I wanted to get more opinions on it first.
Here is the link:
Please take a look and let me know what you think. My thinking is that I'm not going to announce it on the forums until we have at least one real entry.
Keith Naas: I would love to get a real production entry there - I'd like to take you up on the offer to enter one. Let me know if you have any questions.
On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 12:30 PM, Christian Bauer <email@example.com> wrote:
Sure, go ahead and add it. Probably best in the Documentation area as
On Feb 21, 2008, at 20:50 , Jay Balunas wrote:
> What do you think add a "Seam in production" page with a example
> template at the top and place for people to add their own?
a new directory "Seam in Production". I've used that tag before, so we
can soon link automatically to forum postings with that tag (yeah,
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