[NOTICE] to all jakarta committers

2003-11-13 Thread robert burrell donkin
will all jakarta committers please ensure that there apache.org email account is set up so that it forwards mail to an account that they read. this is very easy to configure - just log on to cvs.apache.org using ssh and then edit the .forward file. (one way to do this is to use vi. type vi

Re: [NOTICE] to all jakarta committers

2003-11-13 Thread Henri Yandell
Slightly OT for us at Jakarta, but would it be worth us requesting that infrastructure guys do this by default? Any person getting an apache account has another email address, so if it by default sets up a .forward as a part of the new user creation process, it'll save a lot of this pain. Hen

Re: [NOTICE] to all jakarta committers

2003-11-13 Thread Martin Cooper
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, robert burrell donkin wrote: will all jakarta committers please ensure that there apache.org email account is set up so that it forwards mail to an account that they read. Or, if not forwarded, please ensure that you read mail to your Apache account. For example, you can

Re: [Proposal] HiveMind Service Framework

2003-11-13 Thread Stephen McConnell
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've put up a limited copy of the HiveMind documentation on my personal home page: Howard: Are you open to the idea of discussing some mutual areas of interest? There are a number of aspects of the work you are doing that are complimentary with the work on-going in

Re: [NOTICE] to all jakarta committers

2003-11-13 Thread Bill Barker
28 copies of spam and viruses: I knew there was a reason I didn't read my @apache.org email :). However, I've added a .forward file so I can read more spam! Martin Cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, robert burrell donkin wrote: will all