In order to improve the design and modularity of future releases of the Fedora Repository software, the developers are considering some changes that will affect how Java plugins are written for Fedora[1][2]. We would like to provide backward compatibility with existing plug-ins wherever possible, and in order to do that, we need your help!

Have you written, or do you use any custom (third-party) Modules or any other Java code that runs inside your Fedora server? If so, please let us know by filling out this short survey.

[1] Move to Dependency Injection Framework
[2] Re-Implementing Service Deployment

* 1. Which version(s) of Fedora do you run?

* 2. Which low-level storage (ILowlevelStore) module(s) do you use with Fedora?

* 3. Do you use any other alternative Pluggable, Module or Server implementations? For example, a custom Management module, or a DOManager subclass.

* 4. If the answer to question 3 is yes, please describe what the customization does and how it plugs in to Fedora (if you know). Also, if you're running a version earlier than 3.3, has your customization prevented you from upgrading to the current version?

* 5. May we contact you for more information? If so, please enter your email address.

Thank You!