Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #openam, 2016-05-03

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01:48 Topic for #openam is now Chat about the OpenAM project - https://backstage.forgerock.com/#/downloads - OpenAM 13.0.0 is out! OpenAM 12.0.2 is out! Channel logs at: http://irclog.perlgeek.de/openam/today
07:45 balo uh, not a lot of activity
07:45 asyd morning!
07:45 balo morning asyd
07:45 asyd whats sup?
07:45 balo just had a look on this channel and saw a bunch of "day changed to ..." irssi lines :D
07:45 asyd :)
07:46 balo i did not have a chance to work with openam in the past few months
07:46 balo that's why i am a sleeping cell here :D
07:48 asyd yeah me too
07:48 asyd i'm working on databases these days
07:50 balo i hope it is not oracle db :D
07:51 asyd nop!
07:51 asyd postgresql and cassandra :)
08:01 urs I would like to meta-complain: the nasty thing about working with openAM is not openAM itself, but the bureocratic nightmare some organizations create around it.
08:02 urs I am looking at you, european space agency.
08:56 balo :D
08:58 balo thanks for sharing urs , could not agree more. that's why i left from the magenta colored telco
08:58 balo -from
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11:49 auke- We are using the apache policy agent with fine-graned url-based policies. For new rest-services we would like to deploy the service webapp with a version number (e.g. /my-rest-service-v1.0/some-endpoint or /my-rest-services/v1.0/another-endpoint), preferably without changing the related OpenAM policies. It seems that wildcards are only supported at the end of the url... How could we achieve this?
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