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Re: [mosquitto-dev] [paho-dev] Java MQTT broker

for me it's not a problem to add configuration ability with the same
syntax used by Mosquitto, and in this week I'll have to look at it and
add some issues to google code tracker.
 About the name question, Andy's idea to let the brokers be identified
by the Mosquitto name is not bad, but would be great to maintain the
Moquette name, if possible, it's a question of empathy with the
project I've created.

In the mean time I'm going to familiarize with the process of project
Thank's a lot for the sweet wellcome!!


On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 6:00 PM, Andy Piper <andypiperuk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Andrea, and thanks for jumping in, Mike!
> This is really exciting and we would be delighted to work with you on
> bringing moquette to Eclipse!
> You are completely free to choose which path to take - contribute moquette
> as its own project and retain your project name etc, or join the mosquitto
> project as a Java broker.
> My own suggestion would be that joining the mosquitto project would leave us
> with an "MQTT clients" project (Paho) and an "MQTT brokers" project
> (Mosquitto), and that would be a nice way of organising things. However, as
> Roger and Ian discussed, you would probably then want to look at broader
> compatibility between the features and configuration of the Java broker with
> the C broker - that would not be a bad thing, but it might add to your code
> backlog!
> Either way, please let us know your feelings and we will see how best to
> proceed.
> Welcome again! great times for the MQTT community!
> Andy
> On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 4:27 PM, Mike Milinkovich
> <mike.milinkovich@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 27/01/2014 10:51 AM, Andrea Selva wrote:
>>> Hi Ian and list,
>>> so seems that we all agree on the spirit and motivations. It's the
>>> right time to move Moquette MQTT under the Eclipse Foundation? There
>>> is an application path to make external projects be incubated into the
>>> foundation?
>>> I am very honored to be able to provide a valuable open source project
>>> to an open community.
>> Andrea,
>> That's wonderful! Welcome to the Eclipse community!
>> Yes, there is a whole process[1] of bringing existing open source projects
>> to the Eclipse Foundation.
>> One question that immediately comes to mind is whether you wish to keep
>> "Moquette" as a separately identifiable name, or whether you wish to have
>> this become the Java implementation of Mosquitto. Which path you desire will
>> have implications for the project structure, trademarks, etc. So please
>> discuss with everyone here which approach is preferred so that the EMO (the
>> "Eclipse Management Organization") can help achieve the desired result.
>> [1]
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