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Staying informed (via our mailing lists)

One of the easiest ways to stay informed of what’s going on with many open source projects is through their mailing lists and blogs. You’ve obviously found the blog for the JBoss DNA project, but did you know about our mailing lists?

JBoss DNA has several mailing lists, and you can always find them (and how to subscribe) off our main project page or on the mailing lists. Here’s a summary:

  • dna-announce is, well, for announcements. This list won’t have much traffic, as we’ll really just be announcing releases and such.
  • dna-users is the list for anyone who wants to use JBoss DNA but doesn’t want all the nitty-gritty about the inner workings. You can use this list or the forum to
  • dna-dev is the list for those of us developing the project and those that wish to listen in.
  • dna-issues is the automated list of notifications made to JIRA issues.
  • dna-commits is the automated list of SVN commits.

My advice would be to start with dna-users and dna-announce, and then subscribe to the others as you see fit.

One important note: you must subscribe to a list before you can post to it. There’s no getting around that.

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a lightweight, fast, pluggable, open-source JCR repository that federates and unifies content from multiple systems, including files systems, databases, data grids, other repositories, etc.

Use the JCR API to access the information you already have, or use it like a conventional JCR system (just with more ways to persist your content).

ModeShape used to be 'JBoss DNA'. It's the same project, same community, same license, and same software.



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