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$175K in prizes for GlassFish and Metro web services stack

Posted by haroldcarr on March 18, 2008 at 12:04 PM PDT

The


GlassFish Community Awards (GAP) program

is giving away $175,000 (USD) in cash prizes for the best bug
reports and other contributions to the GlassFish community---that
includes the


Metro web services stack
.

Contributions include:

  • Develop a Metro application or plugin
  • Create Metro blueprints and/or documentation
  • Develop Metro curricula or tools courseware that are localized and
    technology focused
  • Setup a Metro users group
  • Create a localized Metro portal
  • Promote Metro at a university
  • Conduct research to improve Metro

See the


Project Ideas page

for additional information, and the


GAP Rules

for the details on creating an Entry. Email your Entry to

gap-submissions@glassfish.dev.java.net
.

Looking forward to seeing a lot of creative submissions.
Send in an Entry right away.

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Comments

Thanks for your interest in Metro (previously known as WSIT). The place to as technical questions is users@metro.dev.java.net. Please repost your question there.

Hello I need to interop WS-SecureConversation between a Java service and .Net client. I hava tried with AXIS2, WSIT and it doesn't works. I have interop just with WS-Security. I would like to know if you have done it with Metro and how? Thanks for help