The Bundle-Bee Project hast moved to GitHub.
Please find us here: https://github.com/innoq/bundle-bee
I just uploaded the BundleBee Version 0.5.3 Files to a Wuala mirror: http://bit.ly/bb-wuala-053
We just opened the Subversion Repository of Bundle-Bee to the world.
Feel free to have a look at the sources and make yourself a picture.
We are currently working on a public accessible Repository.
This year will present Bundle-Bee to all interested people at the booth at http://www.sigs-datacom.de/oop.html.
Currently, we're working on some tutorials that explain the usage of Bundle-Bee for some usecases of distributed computing.
Volunteers are welcome!
The new fractal Demo in our release 0.5.2 is only runnable with Java 1.6. We are working on that issue to make our next release 1.5 compatible again.
We proudly announcing Bundle-Bee release 0.5.2.
To learn about the new features in this release,
please visit http://bundle-bee.org/wiki/bundle-bee/ReleaseNotes_0_5_2.
Previously Bundle-Bee was hosted among others on another server. It was quite inconvenient to work with. Now, Bundle-Bee got it's own project location.
If you find broken links, please let us know!
We're happy to present the recent developments of Bundle-Bee at SEAcon conference in Hamburg. It's time to break the silence of the last months.
We're offering several interesting topics for students who want to investigate, design, or implement certain aspects of Bundle-Bee grid infrastructure. If you want to specialize yourself in the area of code analysis and model checking or if you want to investigate concepts for job splitting and distribution, we would be happy to hear from you.
Examples for available topics:
- compare Bundle-Bee roadmap with roadmaps of other grid platforms
- design a code analyzer to decide which grid binding should be injected to which method
- implement the distributed grid monitoring facility
- investigate and document limitations of automatic distribution
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