What if working with JMS were as easy as working with a filesystem? This would allow using JMS to become as familiar as files on the filesystem, using all the tools you're already comfortable using. Well it appears that Adam Turnbull has made this a reality.
Adam made use of the FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) and it's cousin FUSE-J to map JMS queues to the filesystem. He's asking if anyone would be interested in him open sourcing it. I'd definitely like to get my hands on it for experimentation and use with Apache ActiveMQ and to try it out with macfuse. Whatta ya say, Adam?
As for the name, my suggestion is the title of this blog entry.