I agree with that too - we have also been using it for 3 years now and
no major complaints. A couple of things could of course be improved,
but they are definitely not showstoppers.
One wish at this stage would be a official Maven 2.0 release of the
current trunk - we have cut our own release of the trunk to allow us to
use the Maven dependency stuff. But again, nothing that can't be fixed
in your own pom in any case.
Juliano Viana wrote:
> Couldn't agree more.
> After using Hivemind over the last 4 years in many projects, I can say I
> have no wish list for feature improvements at the moment. It could use
> better documentation but once you start using it , it simply works.
> I really don't believe using annotations as was planned for Hivemind 2.0
> would be a big improvement in the way it works, maybe quite the
> opposite. So I believe this project, while no longer in active
> development, is far from dead.
> - Juliano
> Johan Maasing wrote:
>> We use hivemind in our web portal, serving a lot of customers. So I
>> would say that our organization is pretty dependent on hivemind and we
>> are slowly increasing the use of hivemind to wire together frameworks,
>> both web-portals, plain java applications and webservice frameworks.
>> So why are we not involved in developing hivemind further?
>> Because "it just works". We have no big problems with hivemind, it has
>> all the features we need. The configuration and contribution-trick in
>> hivemind is a killer feature, I know no way to do the same thing as
>> easily in spring, guice or the others. Perhaps there is but I don't
>> know how. So for us hivemind is a very nice tool that just works.
>> So the hivemind project on apache might be slow and appear dead but
>> that shouldn't stop you from using it. It is mature, tested in battle
>> and works.
>> 2008/11/18 James Carman <james@carm...>:
>>> HiveMind hasn't been in active development for quite some time.
>>> On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 10:19 AM, fan_42 <frank.bommeli@nose...>
>>>> I just stumbled up HiveMind.
>>>> it sound interesting to me, but is it dead or is it on hold?
>>>> View this message in context:
>>>> http://www.nabble.com/-DISCUSS---REPORT--HiveMind-November-2008-tp20437346p20561587.html >>>>
>>>> Sent from the HiveMind - Dev mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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