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Blog Archive for gonzo during December 2003

It just keeps getting better. Community Members,We are pleased to announce the availability of a new JXTA J2SE stablerelease, 2.2 "Timpani". The 2.2 release is a significant release thatcontains a number of new features and some important bug fixes.This release is designed to be API and protocol backwards compatiblewith other JXTA J2SE 2.x releases. <a href="http://www.jxta....
The inaugural JXTA Bug Day has been fun. Met some new folks and chatted with vetrans alike. The best of all situations is when this *stuff* deploys, configures and renders in the "real world" relatively seemlessly ... and this has been a re-occuring comment from folks new to JXTA which happened upon JXTA Bug Day. Cool feedback has also been that it is great to have a JXTA reference...
Starting tomorrow, 2003.12.10, we will be using MyJXTA as a means to both test the newly minted JXTA 2.2 and collaborate on ideas, observations, etc via the JXTA Bug Day. All perpsectives are welcomed so if you have a JXTA itch to scratch this is a great opportunity. Feel free to try things out and offer observations, suggest improvements, sling some code, etc. Java == platform independence...
Java WebStart is amazing. It is just as simple as that. Installation is trivial and the opportunities to endless. I just combed the JNLP Specification and am impressed with the improvements contained within since I had last tooled around with JNLP. Enough WebStart gushing ... how am I using JNLP in my day-to-day. Here's the skinny. I have a rich client that sits on top of JXTA. We've been...
<snip>     I've updated the "JXTA Extention: Configurator" wiki to reflect the newly minted    "configuration registration" api:        <a href="http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Jxta/ExtConfigurator">JXTA Ext: Configurator</a>    As we roll forward with JXTA 2.2 I...