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ECF and Jazz [message #601255] Tue, 28 March 2006 20:37 Go to next message
Dennis O'Flynn is currently offline Dennis O'FlynnFriend
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I saw the following blog about IBM's BoF re: Jazz during EclipseCon 2006.
http://wagenknecht.org/blog/archives/2006/03/hot-jazz-vs-col d-beans.html

Is ECF being used as the collaboration framework for Jazz?
Re: ECF and Jazz [message #601265 is a reply to message #601255] Tue, 28 March 2006 22:45 Go to previous message
Scott Lewis is currently offline Scott LewisFriend
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Hi Dennis,

Dennis O'Flynn wrote:
> I saw the following blog about IBM's BoF re: Jazz during EclipseCon 2006.
> http://wagenknecht.org/blog/archives/2006/03/hot-jazz-vs-col d-beans.html
>
> Is ECF being used as the collaboration framework for Jazz?

Regrettably, I think that Gunnar's blog is wrong. I wish it were the
case, and have already had conversations with some of the Jazz people
about making it the case, but currently I don't think it's accurate to
say that they are using ECF.

Jazz *is* apparently using XMPP/jabber client software to communicate
with a jabber server. They just don't seem to currently be using the
ECF API in between app-level code and the XMPP protocol.

I do think it would be a good idea for Jazz to do this (use ECF
abstractions), as it would build in greater protocol/service
interoperability from the beginning.

Please if you feel similarly communicate these desires to the Jazz team.
You can be assured that I/ECF team will do that as well. Just for the
record, we (ECF) team want very much to work with Jazz/IBM and think
that ECF and Jazz could provide a lot of mutual value.

I've also just posted a comment to Gunnar's blog entry to the effect of
the points above...just so everything is clear.

Scott
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