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From e...@jansman.eu
Subject Re: Introducing myself
Date Fri, 05 Apr 2013 11:53:15 GMT
> Hello Erik,
> On Apr 4, 2013, at 13:30 , <erik@jansman.eu> wrote:
>> Last week I subscribed to the mailing list and I think it's appropriate
>> to
>> introduce myself. My name is Erik Jansman, I'm a Dutch student currently
>> doing an internship @ Thales Hengelo where Pepijn Noltes is supervising
>> me. When I'm not working I like to spend my time reading thrillers,
>> enjoying a good whisk(e)y or spending time with friends and family.
> Welcome!
> <off-topic>
> As a whiskey enthusiast, surely you know the great reviews by Ralfy?
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns0nQgc_29w
I do know them but sadly don't have enough time to view them all
> </off-topic>
>> The first years of my programming career as a student I have spend on
>> web-development, Java programming and the last two years I have started
>> to
>> move into the embedded software.
> Great!
>> For my internship assignment I'm working on Remote service. This is
>> where
>> I learned about OSGi and Apache Celix. At the moment I'm researching the
>> possible ways of doing the transport for remote services in Celix. On of
>> the possibility's is using ZeroMQ or another Message queue system. As
>> soon
>> as one a way of communicating is selected I will start implementing that
>> system.
> I'm assuming at some point you want to donate this implementation to Celix
> (since you're posting here)? If that is the case, I'm sure we all would be
> interested in receiving regular updates on the project and/or a pointer to
> some repository you use during development. As a side-note: please in your
> research also take into account licensing of such implementations so you
> don't end up picking one with an incompatible license. [1] When in doubt,
> ask! :)
I do plan on giving regular updates and I hope to be able to donate the
implementation at the end of my project. It depends on if it is stable and
if I'm allowed to donate it.
> Greetings, Marcel
> [1] http://www.apache.org/legal/3party.html

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