Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Sightings - Drools needs your help!

I want to revive the old Drools 2.x testimoney page, I'm hoping that two years on and with a vastly bigger community we can get a lot more references this time :)

There are two types of references. The official one which is handled via our marketting department and involves formal agreements between RedHat and the client - for obvious reasons these are time consuming to do and hard to get people to agree too. The other side is simply a page that has anything from a simple list of "users" and "integrators" listing company names, optional inclusions of logos and even small summary sentences or large case studies - nothing is too small or too big :)

So this is what I have so far:
http://labs.jboss.com/drools/sightings.html

We can't do this without you and it really is important for helping the adoption and growth of the software, lack of known users is often a blocker for large corporation adoption. So please if you can help, speak to your manager, and email me letting us know.

Mark
mproctor at redhat dot com

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mark,
    I talked to my CEO about showcasing DROOLS and sent an email to you from office email address(vineet.khosla@zementis.com). Afraid it might have been caught in the spammer.
    Please let me know if you are wanting to continue with the 'sightings'.
    In brief..... I recently joined this analytic AI company (Zementis). We primarily work with predictive models based on PMML specification and DROOLS is the rule engine which works in tandem with predictive models to deliver decisions. We have incorporated DROOLS with the existing PMML based scoring engine...thereby harnessing the the two competing theories of AI...rules & predictive networks. We are a company of all scientists and engineers who really appreciate DROOLS team developing an industry standard rule engine to go with our PMML scoring engine....

    thanks,

    Vineet Khosla
    (Business Rules Analyst)
    p.s.:for my masters thesis I developed my own expert system shell based on Prolog...wish i had used DROOLS and made my life easier.

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