[rabbitmq-discuss] Unofficial guide to AMQP 1.0 PR3

Alexis Richardson alexis.richardson at gmail.com
Fri May 7 14:17:34 BST 2010



Just to clarify - my comments were under the assumption that you
wanted to run something in production some time soon.

I fully agree with Rafi that we welcome comments on 1-0, and questions
are good too.  If you read the spec and do not understand something,
let us know.  That way it can be clarirfied.


On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 2:00 PM, Rafael Schloming <rafaels at redhat.com> wrote:
> Alexis Richardson wrote:
>> Davorin
>> On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 7:16 AM, Davorin Rusevljan
>> <davorin.rusevljan at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> This of course raises the question should I invest my time in learning
>>> 0.8
>>> and products that use it, or try to jump the wagon of 1.0.
>>> What would you say, in what state is 1.0 specs is it about to be
>>> published
>>> soon, and what are the plans for RabbitMQ support for it?
>> The easiest path is to learn 0-8 or 0-91 which is very similar and better.
> I would differ with this slightly. Obviously if you need a production
> quality solution immediately, then you need to evaluate what projects and/or
> vendors offer right now, however I don't know if diving into a specification
> targeted at implementors is the best way to do that. Most likely you'll need
> to decide based on what features you need and whether/how they are exposed
> by the various implementations.
> On the other hand if you're interest does lie in the specification, the 1-0
> document is specifically intended *not* to require any knowledge of prior
> versions to comprehend, and in some cases familiarity with older versions
> can even result in some confusion, although Michael's unofficial guide
> certainly helps with that.
> Either way, we could definitely use feedback from people who are reading the
> 1-0 version of the document with fresh eyes that are not weighed down by the
> baggage from earlier versions of the spec. So if you have a few hours to
> spare, any comments would be greatly appreciated, although due to the lack
> of production ready implementations, this may be as much for the benefit of
> the working group as it is for you in the short term.
> --Rafael

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