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One of the most useful features of the java.net portal is its Maven 2 repository, where project owners can publish their project artifacts using standard Maven features. Following the instructions of the maven2-repository project, you should: Request a "Maven Publisher" role Setup your project to deploy into the java.net maven2 repository. You should include the configuration in your parent...
on Mar 21, 2009
Few days ago I received a promotional kit from Sentilla Labs, a box labeled as Pervasive Computing Kit that contains some devices and a software CD. Unpacking the gift, I felt that kid's joy again - all new opportunities, the plain old brilliant ideas from Asimov books, the restaurant's menu embedded in the wall, the phone t-shirt, etc. The excitement was just interrupted by the lack of...
on Aug 3, 2008
Simple and direct, let's install everything you need to try out Java on Linux at your Windows machine. Step by step guide to run Ubuntu on top of your Windows XP/2000 operational system: Step #0 Downloading the required software: VMware Player 1.0.3 (30 MB) Ubuntu 7.04 VMware Image Download (906 MB) 7-zip 4.42 (1 MB) - any RAR unpacking tool here, 7-zip is Open Source. Step #1 Installing...
on Apr 22, 2007
During a recent debate about Java, Linux and OSS I have observed that some old fears are still alive and are still avoiding a collaboration between the OSS community and the Java community. Underneath the traditional flames involved in such discussion, there is an open question to be answered: Why the Java developers don't use Linux as development platform ?. I know Linux users could think it is...
on Nov 17, 2005