From: David Blevins [mailto:david.blevins@gmai...]
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 3:47 PM
To: users@open... Subject: Re: Using @EJB/@Inject to lookup on remote interface running on
separate standalone OpenEJB server
On Jun 27, 2012, at 11:25 AM, exabrial wrote:
> Wahoo! Do I win a prize?
You win a free beer!! [some restrictions apply; must be of legal age;
redeemable at any conference I happen to attend; void where prohibited]
> I have a couple of notes though:
> Put a link to the markdown syntax in the edits
Good tip. I'll see if I can add that.
> You might want to implement spam protection
All submissions stay in a sandbox and have to be reviewed before reaching
the site. Still some possibility for spam as the dev list gets a diff of
all submissions, but we could potentially moderate those too.
> I'm unsure of the proper way to link between pages. Most wikis you
> just put [pageName]. I used a full anchor tag, which is a fixed path.
> Not sure if thats the best way.
You did it right. [Link title](the/relative/path/to/file.html)
Absolute paths work too.
> Are you planning on spinning the wiki implementation off to it's own
> project? Sort of reminds me of the git / linux relationship.
It was created by the ASF Infra team and I suspect will stay where it is for
the near term, though it is publicly available and could theoretically be
used externally with some tweaking: