You will do great, Brian :)

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 10:41 AM, Brian Leathem <> wrote:
Thanks Jason!

I'm excited about this opportunity, and I hope I'm able to do right by
the Seam community!

I will indeed have a ton of questions :P


On 01/19/2011 12:03 AM, Jason Porter wrote:
> Congratulations Brian!  I'm sure you'll do a great job.  Feel free to
> ask questions as needed :)
> On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 23:23, Dan Allen<>  wrote:
>> Team,
>> I'm pleased to announce that Brian Leathem [1] has stepped forward to take
>> the module lead role for the Seam Faces module [2]. With Lincoln hard at
>> work on Forge and a vast portion of my time dedicated to interfacing with
>> the community, coordinating work across modules, and advocating for Seam,
>> Seam Faces became somewhat neglected. Brian is one of the community members
>> that brought this situation to our attention and we are glad that came
>> forward with a solution in hand.
>> While we shouldn't be shy to explore integrations with other UI
>> technologies, such as Wicket and Tapestry, JSF remains a critical part of
>> the strategy of Seam because of it's popularity, ubiquity and large
>> ecosystem. I'm hopeful that Brian will identify the areas where we can make
>> JSF more palatable, robust and developer-friends. There are a lot of ideas
>> to port from Seam 2 and new avenues to explore. Please help him by bringing
>> ideas forward and sending pull requests [3] that turn them into them a
>> reality.
>> I'd like to conclude by thanking all of the module leads for driving the
>> innovations in Seam, especially the leads from the community. We enjoy
>> working together (I hope), but most important we should be proud that we are
>> creating something useful that benefits each of us and the greater
>> community.
>> -Dan
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> [3]
>> --
>> Dan Allen
>> Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat | Author of Seam in Action
>> Registered Linux User #231597
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