At some point between August and September there appears to have been a number of incorrect auto-unsubscriptions against some of the Hibernate mailing lists (hibernate-dev for sure). I am not going to point fingers as to who is to blame in this. I do however apologize for any inconvenience this might have caused. If you find yourself part of this group, the current direction I am receiving is that you will just have to re-subscribe :( if you happen to still have the unsubscribe notification email I would be very interested in getting it to pass along to our mailman admins; you can forward them to me directly.
Per HHH-2412 and its design discussion I have been working on supporting JDBC4 in Hibernate. Initially I had planned on adding this in 3.6, but now leaning toward 3.5 Anyway, as outlined on the design wiki, I initially thought to add this support as separate modules. However, I quickly came to the realization that using separate modules would actually require users make an explicit choice wrt an extra jar. Especially considering that I could make Hibernate code make this determination programatically, I really did not like that aspect to using modules here. So I started looking for alternatives.
If the forums are any indication, there's quite a bit of interest in the Seam community for adding Flex interfaces to Seam applications. Members of the seam community have stepped forward and put together some interesting examples of Seam and Flex working together, and that's been good enough for our more ambitious users. But now it's time to make that integration a bit more formal. So with that, we've added the first round of Flex support to Seam.
Before I dig into the a Fusion example, I wanted to show current integration with Drools5 Templates. Rule templates are helpful when you have a number of rules which follow some sort of pattern(s). In addition you can use templates when you have reoccurring hard-coded values in your rule patterns or actions. The Seam numberguess example is not the best example for rule templates however is good enough for a simple example.