Definitely not too early, I think this is something that people are
looking forward to finding out more about.
On 03/04/11 22:25, John D. Ament wrote:
I'll volunteer the JMS module for #3, since we're targeting a
this week; unless you think it's too early.
On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 5:42 AM, Shane Bryzak <sbryzak(a)redhat.com
Awesome, consider yourself locked in! Any takers for the third one?
On 03/04/11 08:01, Brian Leathem wrote:
> If Jason does the first, I'll follow up with the second, using
his as an
> example :P
> On 04/02/2011 08:10 AM, Jason Porter wrote:
>> I can do it. I'll have a bit plane time coming up :)
>> On Friday, April 1, 2011, Shane Bryzak<sbryzak(a)redhat.com
>>> I'd like to start up a weekly Seam module spotlight.
>>> week I'd like one of you to write up an article that we can
>>> in.relation.to <http://in.relation.to>
that shows off the best
features of your module.
>>> Preferably the article would be use-case centric, as opposed
>>> feature-centric style that we generally write with in the
>>> documentation. For example, if I was writing a blog post
>>> persistence module I would make the point that if you're
>>> beans to implement your business layer that I would not have
>>> support by default, and that is where the transaction features
>>> persistence module come in. I'd also explain how it could be
>>> other container environments, such as Tomcat or even Java SE.
>>> This style of writing is more likely to get your readers to a
>>> where they understand why your module is as cool as we say it
>>> they can relate its coolness in terms of real life use cases.
>>> explaining things from a feature point of view might leave
>>> as to how they can actually *use* that feature in their own
>>> Anyway, I'm looking for a brave volunteer to go first.
Ideally we'd get
>>> the first spotlight article published by the end of next week
>>> the 9th) so that should leave enough time to put together an
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