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Re: [jms-dev] Greetings, I've joined as a new committer

From my Azure experience, I can confidently tell you JMS is very, very far from a legacy technology. Indeed even our own Azure Service Bus supports JMS and this support will likely only get better in the future.

Reza Rahman
Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Speaker, Blogger

Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer.

On 3/17/2020 2:21 PM, Werner Keil wrote:
Welcome Ondro,

Although some consider JMS a "legacy" technology like EJB and others and may want it at least optional for Jakarta EE, I know from some of my largest customers including the current one, that JMS and Messaging are an important centerpiece of Enterprise Integration systems.
Some of them also inspired for crazy ideas like a correlation between IoT systems using MQTT and more traditional JMS, the brokers are sometimes capable of both look at ActiveMQ, but especially OpenMQ still is a bit outdated to some extent. Have not checked Payara "Full" recently, but assuming it is still close enough to Glassfish, then there should be some OpenMQ in it, and where you are able to contribute something back to the spec implementation, that contribution is more than welcome. After all it'll benefit your product and customers as well.


On Tue, Mar 17, 2020 at 5:22 PM David Blevins <dblevins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Ondrej!  Welcome!

Overall this project is still bootstrapping and there's plenty of room for people to come in and start adding shape.  We're still a blank sheet of paper and you wouldn't offend anyone if you just started writing some things down.  In fact that's a lot of what we need.  Certainly I have a bunch of crazy ideas on what we could do, but ideally they are not even half of the crazy ideas we get.

Feel completely encouraged to propose or do anything.

On Mar 17, 2020, at 8:59 AM, Ondrej Mihályi <ondrej.mihalyi@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello all,

I've recently joined the Messaging specification project as a new committer. I'm a representative of Payara who is a member of the Jakarta EE WG and nominated me as a committer for Jakarta Messaging and Jakarta Batch specifications to reinforce the team and help. I realize that my committer membership wasn't approved by any vote and that I have no history in the Java EE Batch specification either. Therefore I want to assure you I won't commit anything on my own until I earn enough credit to do that. I'll rather act as a contributor first, raising PRs and asking for approval of any steps I'll be doing.

To be honest, I haven't been a member of any Java EE JCP expert group. But I've been closely working with the Java EE progress for around 4 years, before and while working at Payara. I'm a committer on the Eclipse MicroProfile project since it has joined the Eclipse foundation in 2017. In MicroProfile I've worked closely with some other Messaging committers like David Blevins and Kevin Sutter. Some other committers know me very well through my other activities related to MicroProfile and Jakarta EE.

I sincerely wish to be a valuable addition to the team and earn your respect.

Kind regards,
Ondrej Mihályi
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