On May 2, 2008, at 2:48 PM, Elliot Metsger wrote:
> I think its a great prototype, at least from what I've read on the
> wiki page. Daniele's analysis of the current dspace arch is spot
> on, and the patch certainly addresses some of the weaknesses of
> the current design.
> Mark Diggory wrote:
>> Thanks for all your hard work and congratulations on your Degree!
>> I've looked over the page and I think we should bring it along to
>> our discussions about DSpace 2.0 re-architecture and see where
>> they take us. I've changed the page to try to emphasize the
>> pointers into the repository for this project so that other
>> developers won't miss that the code-base changes are all freely
>> available in the dspace-sandbox repository.
> Where is the DSpace 2.0 discussion taking place? I'm disappointed
> that it seems to either a) not happening or b) happening in
> private... if discussion is happening, can it be moved public?
It should always be done here and the transparency has been
discussed, the challenge is that I think that folks are awaiting some
more formal direction from the Foundation/Commiters. and I think
thats still solidifying.
>> On Apr 19, 2008, at 11:49 AM, Daniele Ninfo wrote:
>>> Dear Community,
>>> First of all, I'd like to tell you that with a thesis based on
>>> the DSpace Hibernate-prototype, I got my degree in Computer
>>> Science Engineering :)
>>> My stage at CILEA, with Andrea Bollini as menthor, is now over,
>>> so I will not be able to dedicate to this project as much time
>>> as I did during the stage, but I intend to keep on working to
>>> have a stable prototype.
>>> A description of the project, including the current status, can
>>> be found in the DSpace wiki:
>>> I would like the committers to have a look at that page, I think
>>> that some ideas could be found interesting, and maybe useful for
>>> version 2.0, in particular:
>>> - The clearer separation between Business Logic Layer and
>>> Storage layer (DAOs with no logic-responsabilities)
>>> - The use of the Application Service as an interface of the
>>> persistence layer
>>> - The use of external tecnologies for the Storage Layer and the
>>> use of Domain Store pattern
>>> I'm available to give further explanations and more details
>>> about the code, just write me and i'll be happy to write back.
>>> In conclusion, i'd like to thank this community very much for
>>> the help i've received, I hope this work will be useful for
>>> other projects, maybe it could be the base for other extensions.
>>> Best wishes,
>>> Daniele Ninfo
>> Mark R. Diggory - DSpace Developer and Systems Manager
>> MIT Libraries, Systems and Technology Services
>> Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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