Roma Framework is an open-source
project conceived in April 2006 by Luca
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- Any level of Java Programming
Developers, just like users, enjoy the
ease of web application development with Roma Framework, but also wish
to contribute to the development of the framework itself.
privileges, plus Developers may:
are advanced Developers with proven
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the community. Although only Committers are
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with the community. The nomination process is initiated by publishing a
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on new feature, radical changes, important things
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Roma is a free project with a commercial
license. We need your contribution
in order to improve the work done
until now. All money will be invested in the project. Thank you!
Any project is made of people. These are the people behind Roma:
Know all the developers.
ideator, he developed the first prototype in the 2006. He's the author
of the modules: Core, Persistence-Jpox, Persistence-Datanucleus, Admin,
Users, Scripting-Java6 and View-Echo2
||Computer Engineer. Roma developer since July 2007. Designer and
(co)author of the following Roma modules: Workflow Tevere Engine and
GUI, Html View Aspect, Portlet Project, Chart jFreeChart, Service CXF,
Etl XPath, Semantic Jena
Developer of Messaging Module (External Mail implementation), Workflow
Pojo, Portal Solo. Contribution View-Echo2, Persistence-Jpox,
Etl-Xpath and Admin
||Contribution to the modules
View-Echo2, Core and Admin
||Developer of the first version of Quartz
||Developer of check, install and update console wizards
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