I just found out about the Kickstarter she's running for it.
I'll be graduating in December come hell or high water, and hopefully my sanity will start creeping back in then.
Might be immediately, might be a few months, but the unfortunately-long hiatus from posts that aren't just links to news on other sites will definitely be over sometime next year.
Files affected are as follows: sca-1.1-cd04sca-binding-ejb-1.1-cd01sca-binding-jca-1.1-cd04sca-binding-jms-1.1-cd04sca-binding-sca-1.1-cd04sca-binding-ws-1.1-cd04sca-binding-ws-callback-1.1-cd04sca-contribution-1.1-cd04sca-contribution-c-1.1-cd04sca-contribution-cpp-1.1-cd04sca-contribution-java-1.1-cd02sca-core-1.1-cd04sca-definitions-1.1-cd04sca-implementation-bpel-1.1-cd03sca-implementation-c-1.1-cd04sca-implementation-composite-1.1-cd04sca-implementation-cpp-1.1-cd04sca-implementation-java-1.1-cd02sca-implementation-spring-1.1-cd01sca-interface-c-1.1-cd04sca-interface-cpp-1.1-cd04sca-interface-java-1.1-cd04sca-interface-wsdl-1.1-cd04sca-jee-1.1-wd03sca-policy-1.1-cd03sca-policy-1.1-intents-definitions-cd03I urge you to check the changes that have been made in the files for which your TC is responsible.
I also request that if any of these files need updating based on any recent issue resolutions in your TC, that the updates are done in the near future.
I just wished to send my warmest reguards to all on the anniversary of this, the commemoration of the victory of the blessed Octavian Caesar over the forces of the traitor Mark Anthony and the Witch, (hand gesture) Cleopatra at the battle of Actium!!!!May you be blessed in all your sacrifices and may all your offerings be worthy!!! I don't know how long after I finish I'll be willing to start up persona research again. I have reviewed the changes and they look correct (but the interface and implementation schema will likely change before our CD-04 due to Assembly-188). STSM, Web Sphere Enterprise Platform Software Solution Architect Research Triangle Park, NC +1 919-254-7508 (T/L 444-7508) Internet Address: Date: 12/08/2009 AM Subject: [sca-c-cpp] Change in the SCA namespace Folks, This email is to inform you of a decision made by the SCA Assembly TC at the F2F last week, which affects the XSD files owned by your TC.I have raised an issue to make the necessary changes to the C++ and C specs. The SCA Assembly TC decided that for the publication of a new CD of the Assembly spec that the namespace of the main SCA needs to be updated due to a couple of incompatible (breaking) changes made over the past few months (removal of constraining type being the biggest).As a result, the namespace is now updated to: In association with this change, I made the following changes to the XSD and XML files in the OASIS SVN repository: a) Created a branch into which all the existing XSD and XML files were copied: b) In the main directory for the XSDs, removed all the files not directly related to sca-1.1-cd04c) In the main directory for the XSDs, updated all the files to use the new namespace. IBM Hursley Park, Mail Point 146, Winchester, SO21 2JN, Great Britain.