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Re: [wtp-dev] Looking for committer with an interest in server-side unit testing and a big heart

Hi Dan,

I'm the most likely candidate to adopt this code, and was going to respond back to your earlier note. I think the code looks good and ready to go, I just have a couple minor concerns that hopefully will be easy to resolve. The first is that I have a passing familiarity with Cactus, but I'm definitely not an expert. I was hoping the community would chime in with feedback or even a "hey, that'd be great!". I'd like to get at least one other person who is familiar with Cactus to give this a try and give a thumbs-up. If nobody else offers, maybe one of the other guys at BEA?

Second, I don't have the resource to do anything more than review & commit code, answer questions, etc. I doubt this is an issue, but I just need to be clear that I'm expecting you to maintain the code with cleanup, general release polishing, and fixing bugs.

We can take the rest of this offline and hopefully get the code in soon!

Tim deBoer
WebSphere Tools - IBM Canada Ltd.
(905) 413-3503  (tieline 969)

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05/11/2005 02:02 PM

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[wtp-dev] Looking for committer with an interest in server-side        unit testing and a big heart

Hi everyone,
I am still in the market for a committer to adopt the cactus code. I would love to see it get into 1.0. It is functional and has a very nice README if you would like to try it out. I do need to take a few minutes to move it into internal packages but I am holding off until I know where this is going to be packaged and whether it is going to be in its own plug-in or part of another.
So be kind. Support server-side testing and adopt this poor lonely plug-in that needs a home.
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