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JBoss Announcement next Tuesday

Any idea what the JBoss Announcement will be next Tuesday? Since he's laughing at Oracle, I'm guessing they hired a prominent MyFaces developer - or they've "acquired" a prominent database developer (i.e. PostgreSQL). What's your guess? Will it really be that impressive, or just impressive for JBoss employees?

Posted in Java at Sep 23 2005, 04:20:23 PM MDT 9 Comments
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"It will get the attention of mr Mills at's for sure!.... Buaaahahahahahahaah"

I believe the Mills he is referring to is the one mentioned in the IBD article - Steve Mills from IBM, rather than Duncan Mills from Oracle?

Isn't he laughing at IBM...or was there something else that made you think Oracle? Whichever it is, its peaked my interest.

Posted by Niall on September 23, 2005 at 05:03 PM MDT #

P.S. My guess - JBoss buys/merges with MySQL!

Posted by Niall on September 23, 2005 at 05:25 PM MDT #

<em>> I believe the Mills he is referring to is the one mentioned in the IBD article - Steve Mills from IBM, rather than Duncan Mills from Oracle?</em>

Doh! You are correct, that's what I get for not reading the article! After reading it, I suspect that they're going to announce something that undermines IBM's purchase of Gluecode.

My new guesses: JBoss with a BSD license or JBoss goes public.

Posted by Matt Raible on September 23, 2005 at 06:00 PM MDT #

How about: someone somewhere has gotten JBossCache to work in a large production environment?

Posted by Anothermike on September 23, 2005 at 06:55 PM MDT #

I don't think Mill's would take notice of an individual hire. I'm guess either a new relationship with MySQL (IBM's cloudscape), or the whole Gavin/Rod fighting is just a ruse and JBoss is aquiring Interface 21.

Posted by 24.163.167.196 on September 25, 2005 at 06:06 PM MDT #

Well, the by biggest change possible would be to change license... uhm, I mean, to get a license in the first place (since the current LGPL license doesn't apply). A "move" to either BSD or GPL would make sense. Since the JBoss Portal code is GPL, I would lean towards that though. We'll just have to wait and see :-)

Posted by Rickard on September 25, 2005 at 11:43 PM MDT #

Acquisition of Interface 21 is unlikely as they just announced SEAM, which, by the looks of it, will be competing with Spring.

Posted by Shimon Amit on September 26, 2005 at 12:47 AM MDT #

Hmmm... Nope, they are going to 'integrate' themselves tighter into the Windows Server operating system... ;-)

Posted by en on September 27, 2005 at 08:20 AM MDT #

Its on the serverside now:

Posted by Niall on September 27, 2005 at 10:12 AM MDT #

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