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I invite you to participate in link-keeper project

https://developer.berlios.de/people/viewjob.php?group_id=4572&job_id=241

I just started pilot project (it will keep links by categories), but plan to grow it to easy and flexible CMS

I use Struts, JSP, Hibernate

thank you

P.S. there is no "location" - it's opensource
 
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Hi !

Two remarks, if you allow me :

_ You have a typo inside project title : "Link keeper is a web application based on JSF (Java Server Pages)". Of course JSP is "Java Server Pages" and JSF is "Java Server Faces", so it must be JSP instead of JSF. As these acronyms are very near, both for Java technology, and both suitable for such web project, it is easy to get confused from time to time.

_ There already are Java CMS open source projects such as "Lenya" or "Magnolia" around for example, I would like you to elaborate the need for a new one for there is little interest of developing what already exists, except for personal skills development and public fame which are good points too. What would your CMS project do that the others "concurrents" don't ?

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Eric, thank you for your remarks

I planned to use JSF, but then decided to switch to Struts, so made typo during changing summary info.

I know that there is already java CMS available. I downloaded Magnolia few monthes ago, and of cource I'll look at "Lenya" ASAP

my aim is to create simple and extensible base for creating web solutions. also I have plans to have both "online" and "offline" modes.

and for sure I'm looking for skills improvement (maybe some fame)

thank you for your comments again!

wbr
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Hi !!

can i join this project?
 
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sure
I wrote you a letter
 
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Hi marvin.tm !

I know that there is already java CMS available. I downloaded Magnolia few monthes ago, and of cource I'll look at "Lenya" ASAP

my aim is to create simple and extensible base for creating web solutions. also I have plans to have both "online" and "offline" modes.


So as to make you gain some time, here are all the relevant links to consider (23 which is awfuly a lot, so I presume no need to look for some more) :

_ Official Sun's Java API for CMS (JSR 170) : http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=170

_ Two Java CMS (mind the english language togle for JCMS page) :
* JCMS : http://www.jalios.com/display.jsp?cid=c_1144
* exoplatform : http://forge.objectweb.org/projects/exoplatform/

* A page with 20 Java CMS and relevant links : http://java-source.net/open-source/content-managment-systems

Of course the mandatory preliminary issue before starting such a project is checking what the other existing already do, so what yours would do that the others don't.

Keep us tuned of your analysis. Making a synthetic analysis of these existing Java CMS projects will already be an interesting fact, I whish I would read it.

TIA, best regards.
 
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Eric,

thank you a lot for links!
 
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Originally posted by <marvin.tm>:
I invite you to participate in link-keeper project

https://developer.berlios.de/people/viewjob.php?group_id=4572&job_id=241

I just started pilot project (it will keep links by categories), but plan to grow it to easy and flexible CMS

I use Struts, JSP, Hibernate

thank you
Hi iam interested:can u pls mail me at my id:saraswaroopa@rediffmail.com
P.S. there is no "location" - it's opensource

 
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Eric!
thank you a lot!
I'm reading JSR-170 now, and its quite promising.
also there is some implementations of JSR-170 available already.

so it makes my task easier! I don't need to implement my own repository.
I plan to move linkkeeper to some CR implementation to test it.

also it reminded me one project I participated, were we did almost the same (including access using XPath) which is now part of JSR-170. but it was few years ago
 
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