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Friday Dec 01, 2006
By pelegri on Dec 01, 2006
The command line interpreter
in the latest GlassFish builds will give you
the best matches if you mistype your commands.
So if you type
Really handy for interactive use, specially for some of us, with high mistyping rates...
Wednesday Nov 08, 2006
By pelegri on Nov 08, 2006
Grizzly is steadly being used by more and more components in GlassFish, and this is yielding a number of benefits. One is that it seems possible to service multiple protocols through the same TCP port. This is what JeanFrancois calls the Grizzly Port Unification mechanism.
Tuesday Oct 24, 2006
By pelegri on Oct 24, 2006
Now, here is a question for the community. I would like to see more Non-Sun participation in these discussions, and I'd welcome suggestions on how to improve that. The current approach used by the GlassFish team relies on concalls to quickly cover the material initially, but a concall requires synchronicity and makes it hard for a casual or latecomer to participate. Groups like Apache rely on mailing lists, but these can drag over long periods of time - and email conversations do not work very well over +11 TZs.
In the brave new world of Wikis, forums, flashd demos, etc... do you have suggestions on how to increase participation without substantially slowing down development? Let us know your ideas so we can start trying them out.
Wednesday Sep 13, 2006
By pelegri on Sep 13, 2006
This is short notice, but, this morning (9am US Pacific time) Kohsuke will present at the latest User Experience meeting. He will be discussing his recent experiences in Tool Automation on GlassFish vs Tomcat. Please consider attending, or following up on one of the email threads on this topic.
Meeting logistics and future agendas are in the User Experience Wiki Page. We are still figuring out how to make these meetings as useful and practical as possible, so constructive feedback on that would be appreciated.
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