Dave points out that there's a new Java Server Faces spec available.
The Server Side also reports that Sun has released Java Server Faces (JSF)
Early Access 3, a tutorial, and a public draft of the JSF spec.
If you're like me, you just care about the code and how it looks. So I've taken the five war's that are distributed with this release and installed them on this site. If I get too many OutOfMemory errors, I'll remove them - but hopefully they can stay up for a day or two.
Well, I went ahead and ordered the Communicam from AT&T and it should be hear in 3 days or so. Julie thinks I'm crazy, and she's probably right that the camera sucks, but I want to be a moblogger. I want to post pictures and blog, in real time. My first adventure? I hope to mophoto Erik at the Denver JUG meeting a week from today. That is, if I get the camera and figure it out in time.
After a bit of research and a couple comments/e-mails, I've found that there's a few different models of Communicams. There's the MCA-25 ($100), the MC-68 ($70) and the MCA-10. What's the diff?
I went looking for the T68i's Communicam today since I'd like to get this
sucker for moblogging. On Amazon, I found the
T300 for $-80. That's right folks - they'll pay you $80 for buying it!
Of course, they get you with the "new service activation" clause - it's $250
otherwise. If anyone knows of good prices for the Communicam, let me know. The best price I found was $140 US.