Thursday, June 12, 2008

Google Summer of Code project

Anton Arhipov (a drools contributor who has worked on some Eclipse stuff in the past) - got a proposal accepted as a Google Summer of Code project.

His project is to make Guvnor (the BRMS) work with multiple content types - and more importantly have "pluggable" content editors (something that is kind of new to do in GWT - as GWT code is statically compiled into javascript).

He blogs about his experiences here.

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