Yup. I agree (and was also gone for some vacation).
Also, if you want to keep up with announcements about open source XRI=20
or XDI components that require resolution services, subscribe to=20
http://news.idcommons.net or one of the associated email lists.
On Jul 11, 2005, at 8:54 AM, Chetan Sabnis wrote:
> The project is alive. I was on vacation for the last 3 weeks, so I=20
> have not been available. It is true that there have been fewer=20
> postings, but we are planning to release a more extensible version of=20=
> the XRI server shortly. Some of that work has already been checked=20
> into the SF CVS repository.
> Drummond Reed wrote:
>> I can assure you the project is quite alive. The situation is quite=20=
>> since OpenXRI was announced at Digital ID World and the code was=20
>> and the first utilities were contributed, everyone involved is off=20
>> building XRI-based applications which all consume XRI resolution=20
>> from OpenXRI components.
>> So I don't think the "next round" of coding activity will surface=20
>> those applications are online and the community begins asking for new
>> features, performance improvements, ports, etc.
>> Others on the list, do you agree?
>> =3DDrummond __________________________________________________
>> i-name: =3DDrummond.Reed
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>> From: openxri-users-admin@...
>> [mailto:openxri-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Peter
>> Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2005 6:37 AM
>> To: openxri-users@...
>> Subject: [Openxri-users] OpenXRI project status?
>> Hello everybody,
>> what is the status of this project? Considering that not a single=20
>> has been made on the mailing list for the last 1=BD month, I'm under =
>> impression that the project has been closed. Could someone please=20
>> tell me
>> what has happened?
>> kind regards