These blogs are from Samuel Franklyn, which seems to be located inIndonesia.In this first bloghe describes how to run Tapestry on SJS AS, the predecessor to GlassFish.In the second bloghe runs iBatis on GlassFish and reports the small change that is needed.In his thirdbloghe describes running their Local Distribution System on GlassFish and he reports that "performance is much better than Tomcat and ActiveMQ".
Dougand Rajiv just created thejax-ws-architecture-document project.Together withjaxb-architecture-document,these projects capture the architecture of JAX-WS 2.0 and JAXB 2.0as implemented in GlassFish.The contents of theseprojects are automatically updated from the CVS repositories;see Kohsuke's blog for more details.To see the roots of the documents follow these links:JAXB 2.0andJAX-WS 2.0.Architecture, Community, OpenSource
This one falls in the FYA (for your amusement) category... Our weblog got aggregated into theBest Reviews Center for Aquarium. I looked around a bit and I could not figure out the site. It seems to be mostly automated, and, if so, we are likely to show up there again in the future :-).
Mark Reinholdput together an aggregator for news and views on the Java SDK community.PlanetJDK.org looks very sharp and seems very useful.To boot, it is running on Mustang itself.I think that planet aggregators (like PlanetJDK.org andPlanetNetBeans.org) and news sites, likeThe Aquarium serve differentroles and are both useful. We have started talking about doing our own aggregator forthe GlassFish community; maybe we will get toit in January.Community
There are now more SourceForge projects in Java than in C++.This is not really about GlassFish but I thought we should report the milestone.I first saw it in Mats Henricson's blog, later in a version inspanish,and also in a JavaLobby thread.General
Rich's MirrorWorld blog talks abouthis participation in the recent App Server shootout at Sys-Con. He specifically covers reasons why to use Sun's Application Server (which uses the GlassFish code) and recent news in that AS.General, Products, Performance
I've added a new Developers Spotlight page at the GlassFish community site. The intention is to expand this little by-little to spotlight some of the GF developers. The most recent additions are Jacob Hookom and Matthew Daniel.Community, Sun