Before You Begin, learn how to use your wiki space (instructions for the project Captain).
The text in the fist row of the table below taken from the initial description of your project proposal. Feel free to edit it and update it BUT please keep it no longer than 1-2 sentences. Your detailed description can be added in the Features and Capabilities section at the bottom of this page. If you want to change this structure, no problem, but we suggest that you keep the table at the top of the page since visitors MUST see these project details clearly!
| Project Description
|| A black box solution allowing to offload the delivery of RSS content to the appliance built on top GigaSpaces.
| Current Project Version
|| Specify your project version, for example: 1.00.
| Project Maturity
| Project License
|| Apache License 2.0
| Compatible GigaSpaces XAP Version
|| List the GigaSpaces XAP versions supported by this project, for example: GigaSpacesXAP6.02. If you haven't decided on this yet, leave this as "N/A".
| Project Captain
|| yitzhaki yitzhak
|| Link to all your Space Cadets' usernames, in addition to yourself; see exact syntax here.
Features and Capabilities
Today sites are faced with a major load problems when providing the ability to subscribe to RSS feeds. When providing RSS feeds, major sites need to provide support for both static and dynamic RSS content. If we take the BBC site as an example, it needs to provide a static feed of all the different news items, as well as dynamic RSS feeds for comments posted on each news item.
The RSS appliance will be a black box solution allowing to offload the delivery of RSS content to the appliance built on top GigaSpaces. The appliance will allow to register it with different RSS feeds, and it will act as a mediator between the different RSS clients and the actual RSS content. Using GigaSpaces SBA model, the periodic fetching of the actual RSS content will be done with processing units, while the actual delivery of RSS content to the clients will be done based on GigaSpaces caching support.
Add more details about what your OpenSpaces extension does, features you are planning and how they will work.
When you're finished, don't forget to edit your project documentation page (for detailed documentation of what you're developing) and your downloads page. If you don't have any downloads or further documentation, just leave these pages as-is.