think there is no more qualified group of people to put together such
as site than we have in Jakarta/Apache.
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Jesse Kuhnert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
You have to be kidding me..
The only problem I see is that people are all caught up in policies /
processes but I've yet to hear what the actual root problem is. I'm
sure it's intended to somehow prevent something nasty that has
happened in the past
Nathan Bubna [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
that said, i would love to see some more automation of
signature/hash/LICENSE/NOTICE/zip-tar-consistency checking. i believe
Henk Penning does have some automated signature checking set up, but
that's all i know of, and it only happens after the release
On 7/29/06, Martin van den Bemt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Henning Schmiedehausen wrote:
We should make the effort to distinguish between stable projects/code
and dormant/dead code.
Totally agree.. Though we have to figure out if slide is dormant or mature.
I cannot judge if it is one or
On 3/14/06, Thomas Dudziak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Perhaps a forum frontend would be even better for users, at least for
You mean like Nabble? (http://www.nabble.com)
I like Simon's proposal. I know I need something that better allows
me to manage the number of lists I'm
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 11:01:07 +0100, robert burrell donkin
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
given that infrastructures talking about switching off accounts on
minotaur in a matter of months and there's work that's going to be
needed to be done, it's probably worth trying to pull some stuff
On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 00:49:08 -0500 (EST), Henri Yandell
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Interested in finding out if anyone else thinks this would be a good idea.
Rather than have each subproject managing their release javadocs
separately, I think it would be good if we treated the javadoc more
From: Matthias Wessendorf [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
I have a question containing different licenses.
As far as I understand, we are not allowed to ship
JARs (for dependency) that are under LGPL.
What would be with BSD License?
BSD dependencies are fine.
robert burrell donkin wrote:
beware too many organizational layers. flat is best. having a single
sub-project with many releasables artifacts sharing the same community
space (mailing lists, committer lists, voting eligability and so on) has
proved more successful (see jakarta commons) than a
From: project member [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
anyone has a solution for this exception while i start tomcat :
java.net.BindException: Address already in use: JVM_Bind
It means you already have something running on port 8080 which
Apache Avalon has launched a new version of our website:
The site focuses the new single Avalon platform and reflects much of the
recent changes in Avalon including the spinning off of the new Apache
Excalibur project. As such, much old documentation has been
Quoting Shane Curcuru [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
A couple of other reasons to supplement Danny's reply:
And one or two of my own:
* Mailing lists are a push technology. Forums are more pull. That means I
can get the mailing list updates sent to me without having to do anything.
Forums require me
Quoting Rice, Joe [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
I'm doing a school project on Jakarta and it's Open Source process. I've
read everything that I could find online and still had a few questions:
2. What is used to determine when a release is ready? When outstanding bugs
in Bugzilla are resolved?
I think someone wanted this to get forwarded to the Avalon 'general' mailing
list, but since that doesn't exist, I thought I'd send it to our dev list.
For the Avaloners:
There's been a bit of discussion lately on [EMAIL PROTECTED] about what to do with
Hivemind seeing that it has
On Wed, 2003-11-12 at 00:20, mohammad nabil wrote:
we are talking about software here. It's no life and death matter. No one
is going to lose their life over this. It's not like a U.S. gov. official
leaking the name of a CIA operative to the public.
what that mean :s
On Fri, 2003-03-14 at 11:14, Henri Yandell wrote:
at compile-time maybe :)
But you still end up with jar duplication, you just get to avoid having to
think about it too much when compiling.
I agree that maven has an excellent jar dependency solution for
compile-time, but I don't think
With all the discussion about licensing with LGPL stuff, I thought this might
be interesting to everyone. Comes from the new Slashdot interview with Eben
2) Clarifying the GPL
One issue that I
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