jRendezvous: Java and Rendezvous Working Together
Subject:   Link to compiled, patched jar for jrendezvous is invalid.
Date:   2003-07-30 08:41:44
From:   anonymous2
should link to
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  • Link to compiled, patched jar for jrendezvous is invalid.
    2003-07-30 08:53:30  sethladd1 [View]

    Sorry about that. I'll get it fixed right away.

    • jxta, rendevous, jini
      2003-08-04 12:38:49  anonymous2 [View]

      hie. just wanted to say i think you would help alot of people if you did a comaprison of the technologies mentioned in the title (if u have insider info on uPnP (MSs Rendevous) that would even be better.

      there are so msny technologies coming out that one does not know what to learn and what not to. at time they do the same thing , at other times no.

      i am a beginner just learniing java but i am interested in learning how to develop p2p and networked apps (from scratch prefferably then using other people's libraries and frameworks), but with all these technologies its difficult to filter what does what, whats necessasry - whats not, (kind of like the problem i am having deciding between jdo and ejb)
      • jxta, rendevous, jini
        2003-08-04 16:03:46  sethladd1 [View]

        It's a good question. I responded to something similar above. What specifically would you like me to elaborate on? Maybe I can convince O'Reilly to let me writing an article on the subject, since you're the second person to ask. :)
        • jxta, rendevous, jini
          2003-08-14 02:10:52  anonymous2 [View]

          Yes, lets get a good article on these technologies. It looks like apple, again have kicked what up to now has very much been in the relm of experimenters and research into the mainstream.

          But what can Jini do that Jxta can't and what can they do that Rendezvous can't? (I know you outlined it above, but some more depth would not go amiss).

          Come on Oreilly, we need this sort of overview as well as these technical drill downs.