In case you're wondering, this site is running on a new wiki platform that
Christian has developed over the last few months. We'll use this wiki
for the new seamframework.org site and, eventually, port
hibernate.org across. For now,
this blog is a perfect way to validate the content
and plugin architecture and test the overall stability of the platform.
The jboss.org team has posted video of an interview we did at JavaOne this year. Well, I hope it's interesting, I think I come off a bit too /easygoing/ at first, and what is up with that limp wrist? Apparently I'm in need of some masculinity training!
In this article on JavaLobby, Daniel Spiewak, the creator of something called ActiveObjects takes some pot shots at Hibernate, and compares Hibernate negatively with Ruby's ActiveRecord and ActiveObjects. Now, I'm always interested to read informed criticism, but in this case, Daniel seems to be comparing these brand new frameworks against Hibernate2, released in 2003, before I joined JBoss. He says:
I've been bloggingelsewhere about validation in Seam recently and been getting some good feedback regarding what has been found out by myself and others, so I thought I'd kick off my blogging here with a quick summary of what has been discovered.
Seam and Drools both got the nod in InfoWorld's Best of Open Source awards. Apparently the judges did not have a category for application frameworks but they were so determined to reward Seam that they decided to hand us the application server category ;-)
The RichFaces team has released RichFaces 3.1.0. This release merges the functionality of Ajax4JSF and RichFaces into a single package and adds a number of new components. You can get the new release here or try out the online demo.