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Posted by daniel on November 10, 2004 at 7:07 AM PST

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In today's Weblogs,
Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart writes about href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/pelegri/archive/2004/11/rss_and_us_1.html">RSS
and us. He writes that it is generally difficult to keep tabs on
all of the activity within one or more communities. He points to the
availability of RSS feeds that you can use to keep tabs on your
favorite projects or on a group of projects. If you are involved in a
java.net project - make sure you fill those buckets by providing
announcements of news that you would like others to pick up.

Lance Armstrong is inviting you to help shape the J2EE application
verification kit in his request that href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/lancea/archive/2004/11/java_avk_featur_1.html">
Java AVK Feature Feedback is needed.


In Also
in Java Today
, sometimes, you'd like to stay off the network
if you can, since local method calls are orders of magnitude faster
than remote ones. The Enterprise JavaBean 2.0 spec gives beans both
local and remote views, meaning that in some cases you can use a
local version of their interfaces. But when? In href="http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2004/11/03/localremote.html">Local
and Remote EJB Interfaces, Olexiy Prohorenko lays out some
strategies: "what I've tried to do is to describe the basics and the
most important (in my opinion) details."

Sometimes, you'd like to stay off the network if you can, since
local method calls are orders of magnitude faster than remote ones.
The Enterprise JavaBean 2.0 spec gives beans both local and remote
views, meaning that in some cases you can use a local version of their
interfaces. But when? In href="http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2004/11/03/localremote.html">Local
and Remote EJB Interfaces, Olexiy Prohorenko lays out some
strategies: "what I've tried to do is to describe the basics and the
most important (in my opinion) details."


In Projects and
Communities
, members of the href="http://community.java.net/communications/">Java
Communications community point to Qusay Mahmoud's article href="http://developers.sun.com/techtopics/mobility/apis/articles/sip/">
Getting Started with SIP API for J2ME which presents a tutorial
for this API and shows you how to get started with the JSR 180
reference implementation.

The Mac Java Community
page is encouraging Mac developers to help expand Mac support in the
JDesktop Integration Components
(JDIC) project
. JDIC currently builds on OS X and supports some,
but not all, JDIC features.


There have been a lot of great suggestions in the Mustang Forum.
In today's href="http://forums.java.net/jive/index.jspa">Forums,
tim12s suggests that the href="http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?messageID=5849&tstart=0#5849">relevant
RFEs be collected. "Please post links to any RFEs that you have
submitted to SUN (as a result of this forum) here. If you are aware of
any RFEs that are related to the topics listed in the 'Best Threads -
Summary' thread ( href="http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=143">http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=143)
please post them here. We need to submit the best ideas that are not
already SUN RFEs to SUN."

EEvictor writes about Generics that he thinks "that Java code will
lose one of it's major merits if people use generics all over the
place. My understanding of 'Collection' is a group of something. That
Something can be anything. This vagueness is the purpose of called
"Collection" and makes use of OO polymorphism."


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