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From Dave Fisher <>
Subject Re: Project probe: AsyncFlows Framework
Date Tue, 11 Sep 2018 01:31:02 GMT
Hi Constantine,

I took a few minutes to look into your project. You have some interesting ideas. You might
want to look into the features of some current Apache projects and incubator podlings.

(1) Events
(2) Topologies
I’m sure there are many.


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> On Sep 10, 2018, at 2:48 PM, Constantine Plotnikov <>
> Hello All!
> I would like to probe if there is interest in the project AsyncFlows that
> define DSL for asynchronous programming. The project is approximately the
> same domain as Netty, MINA, HttpCore Async, Vert.X - asynchronous network
> applications. However I belive tha the project provides higher level DSL
> and significantly more usable from developer's perspective.
> The project repository:
> The home page has small developers guilde for the framework.
> The biggest problem with the project is that there is no community for it
> now. And I'm the sole its developer, and I'm able to spend only some small
> time on it. The project is getting out of the research stage. I'm getting
> to the point of infrastructure setup (CI, maven central, etc), and
> theoretically some of this effort would not be needed if the project would
> join some meta-project like Apache, and there would be a default legal
> framework for accepting contribution.
> I'm interested:
> 1. Are there developers that interested in working on such project?
> 2. Are there developers that interested in using such project?
> 3. Is the project suitable for Apach Incubator considering that there are
> already projects for the similar domain at Apache?
> 4. Is the project suitable for Apache Incubator considering the current
> lack of community and small resources that I could dedicate to it?
> Best Regards,
> Constantine Plotnikov

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