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If you have answered yes to the above, we are very happy for you!. Google is sponsoring the Summer of Code, and Project JXTA is one of the participating organizations. We have created a list of projects in the areas where we seek contribution. If you are a student and it is of interest to you, you can read about all the details and the list of projects at : http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Jxta/...
on Jun 6, 2005
The JXME project has provided proxy based support of a subset of the JXTA protocols. The proxy provided much of the interaction between the device and other nodes on the network. Recently there has been quite a bit of interest of supporting a richer set of protocols for the "Connected Device Configuration", and as a result most of the JXTA protocols have been ported to run on JSR 218, and the...
on May 15, 2005
While we keep hearing about the misuse of P2P technology for sharing copyright materials in the press, it is nice to point out that there is more to P2P, and P2P presents unique values and capabilities to build scalable, dynamic and highly reliable network infrastructures. The JXTA open-source community is continuing its growth and successes building the leading open-source P2P platform. Today,...
on May 3, 2005
Voice over (My)JXTA is now being opened up for broader testing. Here's a snap: If you are interested in trying this feature out feel free to inquire within the MyJXTA community or fire off an email to the myjxta dev list. If you aren't interested, heck, stopy by and tell us just how not interested you are. MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML ==...
on Mar 31, 2005
The MyJXTA crew recently added "voice over JXTA." I am intentionally not framing this as "voice over IP" per se as JXTA proper is a logical network overlay that is both language (ie Java, C, ...) and protocol (ie IP, TCP, HTTP, ...) agnostic. As such, voice over MyJXTA need not be limited to IP alone nor be constrained to one network. The field has been leveled. Matthew Schmidt of Java Lobby...
on Mar 25, 2005
The JXTA community just announced yesterday the availability of two new releases of the JXTA P2P Platform: JXTA J2SE release, 2.3.3 "Pyrogy", and JXTA C/C++ release, 2.1 "Capri". Both the JXTA "Pyrogy" and "Capri" releases provide a number of feature enhancements, performance improvements, as well as enhanced platform capabilities You can access these releases via the jxta.org download page:...
on Mar 16, 2005
Here's a quick recap of some of the recent events regarding JXTA: JXTA J2SE 2.3.3 released available at download.jxta.org/build/release/2.3.3 JXTA C 2.1 released available at download.jxta.org/build/release/c/2.1 JXTA Maven builds are generated nightly We have some more work to do re the Maven builds, namely how best to manage multiple sources within one project across all goals/reports,...
on Mar 16, 2005
We'll be co-presenting the following JXTA topics along with daniel at this Friday's Software Developer West: MyJXTA iJXTA JXTA in general I'm looking forward to this. Thx for the invite Daniel! MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application independence JXTA == network independence Secure End-to-End Computing in my ears: Portishead/Portishead/...
on Mar 16, 2005
Sorry about the short notice. Feel free to join in on today's JXTA 2.3.3b BugyDay. Here's the skinny: update WebStart - MyJXTA binary - myjxta binary MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application independence JXTA == network independence Secure End-to-End Computing in my ears: Stabbing Westward/Stabbing Westward/I Remember
on Mar 8, 2005
polo rolled in the latest prefuse lib whereby a myjxta user can now copy aside a myjxta graph by placing focus on the graph and simply entering ctrl-e. very cool! there's much more we can do with this feature. MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application independence JXTA == network independence Secure End-to-End Computing in my ears: Gravity Kills...
on Feb 25, 2005
Jeff Moore, aka polo, is now a MyJXTA project co-owner. I had the good fortune to meet Jeff while attending Linux World in Boston last week and truly look forward to his contributions moving forward. Jeff dove into MyJXTA head first and fleshed out, among other things, the prefuse eye candy. great stuff! MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application...
on Feb 24, 2005
ext:config library is a JXTA configuration framework that grew organically via a number of real world venues and has been consistently honed through a steady application of refactoring TLC. The ext:config wiki is nearly draft complete at this time and includes: dependency listing API (object model) profile (declarative model) ui hands on runnable code samples associated resources A few...
on Feb 13, 2005
JXTA will represent at next weeks Linux World Boston edition. I'll be in town 02.14 - 02.16 so if anyone in the BlogEther happens to be in the area and wants to get together to tip a few and talk smack I'm game. Ok, why did I need an iPod? Given I'm new to the magical Apple Koolaid Elixir and at present amd still happily riding out the initial Mac/OSX buzz I had planned on getting an iPod in...
on Feb 11, 2005
Running MyJXTA is relatively trivial, either via WebStart or source. While WebStart totally rocks I encourage folks to try building and running from source. I'll get to why in a bit. MyJXTA runs, by default, on the "Public JXTA Network," affectionately called the "PubNet." This is basically an massive sandbox with which JXTA developers can deploy their wares and the JXTA curious can scratch...
on Feb 11, 2005
As a sign of an healthy and growing open-source community, the JXTA community is holding its third election to fill two openings on the JXTA Board of Directors. You may vote anytime between now and midnight PST Monday, Feb 13. Information about the election can be found at: http://www.jxta.org/community/voting/election2005.htm The newly elected representatives will serve for a year to help...
on Feb 3, 2005
I'm prenseting a MyJXTA Overview at PenLUG tomorrow evening. Kind of a short notice but I just finished pulling the presentation together. I like the results and we've needed a doc like this for awhile now. If you are in the area and are interested in LUGs and/or JXTA please drop by. MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application independence JXTA ==...
on Jan 27, 2005
The JuxTest team have published their recent findings. These folks are doing an amazing job. Truly amazing! There is nothing quite as motivating as working within a community where all the pieces fall into place. Mathieu and David have generated some sweet graphics measuring the recently released JXTA 2.3.2 with various configurations against past milestones. Metrics include: JXTA 2.3.x over...
on Dec 17, 2004
MyJXTA 2.3.2 has been released as a component of the freshly minted JXTA 2.3.2 quarterly build on the heels of a successful JXTA 2.3.2b BugDay. Since JXTA BugDay last, oh, all of 1 week ago, a number of bugs have been fixed with the most relevant being secure 1to1 chat. Alot of work has gone into MyJXTA over the last couple of weeks the results of which are starting to resonate nicely based upon...
on Dec 15, 2004
The JXTA 2.3.2 BugDay went off without a hitch and fun was had by all. Lot's of interesting dialog ensued. It is quite rewarding to talk about JXTA using JXTA. Walk the talk so to speak and I for one would have it no other way. For this go around MyJXTA ran in it's own application subgroup which is easy enough to say and what not but the ramifications are significant and worth revisting. In...
on Dec 9, 2004
per JXTA Announce: On Wednesday December 8th, 2004 from 1800 UTC to 0300 UTC (10am PST - 7pm PST) the JXTA team will be participating in an online chat devoted to the upcoming J2SE "Imam Bayaldi" release. If you are having problems or questions with the recent J2SE Beta, have questions for the developers or just want to stop by and see what's happening please join us! Connect via the...
on Dec 7, 2004