Re: Missing PGP keys

2006-03-06 Thread Santiago Gala
El lun, 06-03-2006 a las 03:07 -0500, Henri Yandell escribió: I am now back in business on the signing of PGP keys etc. So I get to irritate by pointing out that we have 26 unsigned files in our distribution: http://people.apache.org/~henkp/checker/sig.html#unsig-jakarta felipeal

Re: List moderation

2005-08-10 Thread Santiago Gala
El mié, 10-08-2005 a las 11:27 +0200, Torsten Curdt escribió: Hi, I've been a moderator for the bcel-dev@jakarta.apache.org and bcel-user@jakarta.apache.org for a few months now. In that time there have been 2 valid emails from people who weren't subscribed, and a few thousand spam

Re: Need help for BadURL Portlet example

2004-01-28 Thread Santiago Gala
El martes, 27 ener, 2004, a las 15:53 Europe/Madrid, KHADABADI, BASAVARAJ DUNDAPPA (SES-ISO) escribió: Hi, We are developing a webpage for our firm.For that we are using Jetspeed.I saw one BadURL Portlet example.I just want to know the working/flow of that portlet so that we can use it

Re: Need help on groups in jetspeed

2004-01-28 Thread Santiago Gala
El miércoles, 28 ener, 2004, a las 11:15 Europe/Madrid, Naveen escribió: Hi any idea about groups/roles are assigned.i cannot understand how the concept of groups in jetspeed. Read the message you quoted: This is not the place, try [EMAIL PROTECTED] for this kind of questions. With regards

Problems with mail Was: [test] ignore

2004-01-28 Thread Santiago Gala
El miércoles, 28 ener, 2004, a las 14:42 Europe/Madrid, Henri Yandell escribió: all apache mail has stopped getting into my inbox for the last day. bizarre. My mail *to* apache is getting slow, but I'm not seeing more than a couple hours delays. My mail *from* apache is arriving well. Brian

Re: PGP Key signing

2004-01-21 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El miércoles, 21 ener, 2004, a las 01:26 Europe/Madrid, Mark R. Diggory escribió: I'm finishing up writing a PGP plugin for maven to generate public/private keypairs, sign artifacts, verify artifacts and do encryption/decryption. This should

Re: [VOTE] POI 2.0 final release

2004-01-21 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El miércoles, 21 ener, 2004, a las 11:46 Europe/Madrid, Avik Sengupta escribió: Dear Jakarta PMC The POI community has voted to release POI 2.0 final, including 5 committer yea's and no nay's. The dev list thread with the vote (and details of the

Re: mod_jk

2004-01-20 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El martes, 20 ener, 2004, a las 13:44 Europe/Madrid, Francisco Javier Fabra Caro escribió: Hi all! I'm trying to install the mod_jk with Apache 1.3.27 and Tomcat 4.1.29. I Don't do that unless it is a vendor version properly patched. 1.3.27 has

Re: [RESULT][VOTE] ORO 2.0.8 maintenance release

2003-12-29 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El domingo, 28 dici, 2003, a las 23:21 Europe/Madrid, Daniel F. Savarese escribió: The resolution to approve a 2.0.8 maintenance release of jakarta-oro has passed with 4 binding +1 votes from Jakarta PMC members and no -1 votes. Many thanks to all

Scalability and oversight (Was: Just in case you're curious)

2003-12-27 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El lunes, 22 dici, 2003, a las 16:32 Europe/Madrid, Geir Magnusson Jr. escribió: You are free to do what you want. Is this then about personal google hitcount? To the risk of re-starting a extinguishing discussion, I think google (or any outsider

Re: Ontology-based portals - RDF, LDAP, Xindice (was: java@apache)

2003-12-26 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El viernes, 26 dici, 2003, a las 07:06 Europe/Madrid, Noel J. Bergman escribió: J.Pietschmann wrote: Noel J. Bergman wrote: This could be interesting, Henri. If we had an formal description of a project, providing its name, resource (www, scm,

Re: java@apache

2003-12-26 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El viernes, 26 dici, 2003, a las 01:32 Europe/Madrid, Henri Yandell escribió: On Thu, 25 Dec 2003, J.Pietschmann wrote: Noel J. Bergman wrote: This could be interesting, Henri. If we had an formal description of a project, providing its name,

Re: [VOTE] ORO 2.0.8 maintenance release

2003-12-24 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El miércoles, 24 dici, 2003, a las 02:39 Europe/Madrid, Daniel F. Savarese escribió: [X] +1 I approve the release of jakarta-oro version 2.0.8. [ ] -1 I do not approve the release of jakarta-oro version 2.0.8. +1 From here. Just another binding +1

Re: Just in case you're curious

2003-12-21 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El domingo, 21 dici, 2003, a las 02:35 Europe/Madrid, Henri Yandell escribió: On Sat, 20 Dec 2003, Santiago Gala wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El jueves, 18 dici, 2003, a las 15:52 Europe/Madrid, Henri Yandell escribió: http

Re: Just in case you're curious

2003-12-20 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El jueves, 18 dici, 2003, a las 15:52 Europe/Madrid, Henri Yandell escribió: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/whoweare.html lists the PMC members up until the previous addition of 20 or so. That list has to go to the board etc and I plan to add them

Re: Jakarta: Confederation or Single Project?

2003-12-20 Thread Santiago Gala
El sábado, 20 dici, 2003, a las 14:00 Europe/Madrid, Geir Magnusson Jr. escribió: On Dec 19, 2003, at 2:27 PM, Ted Husted wrote: (...) A very subtle concept is that the ASF doesn't actually own the codebase. The codebase belongs to its community, and under the Apache License, that community

Re: Promotion of sub projects

2003-12-12 Thread Santiago Gala
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 El miércoles, 10 dici, 2003, a las 09:37 Europe/Madrid, David Sean Taylor escribió: I agree with David's evaluation of Jetspeed situation. Yesterday I was looking at the committer list of (jakarta-) jetspeed, jetspeed-2 and pluto, and I found:

Re: [i18n] Internationalization subproject sponsor?

2003-07-11 Thread Santiago Gala
Robert Simpson escribió: Santiago Gala, As far a document and resource translation, I'm not sure if you are referring to machine translation, or human translation. My focus has been on human translation, mainly because machine translation is still pretty far from perfect. There could be APIs

Re: Issues with XMLBeans proposal

2003-07-04 Thread Santiago Gala
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Re: Issues with XMLBeans proposal

2003-07-03 Thread Santiago Gala
think, precisely designed to enhance dialog and consensus over pure majority. I think this fact does a lot towards avoiding this kind of control traps and hidden agendas. This and the public discussions on the rationale of decisions. Regards -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http

Re: The vendors page

2003-07-02 Thread Santiago Gala
, but the project committers should be aware of them existing and supporting the project. -Andy Regards -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page=SantiagoGalaBlog - To unsubscribe, e

Re: Proposal: Jakarta should protect community email addresses

2003-06-27 Thread Santiago Gala
much power for a government or a company suing on this. -Andy On 6/27/03 10:32 AM, Andrus Adamchik [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page=SantiagoGalaBlog

Re: Gump and Unicode

2003-06-12 Thread Santiago Gala
Sam Ruby escribió: Santiago Gala wrote: Conor MacNeill escribió: (...) Just to be clear this is not a Gump issue - I think the problem would appear whenever you try to compile on any platform with a different default encoding. Yes. For this reason, I'm encouraging people to start using utf

Re: Gump and Unicode

2003-06-11 Thread Santiago Gala
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Re: Gump and Unicode

2003-06-11 Thread Santiago Gala
Santiago Gala escribió: Tim O'Brien escribió: commons-codec fails to compile in Gump because it contains an Ntilde among other characters used in languages other than English. Any ideas? I seem to recall that java source code is supposed to be written in unicode, but I could be wrong

Re: Gump and Unicode

2003-06-11 Thread Santiago Gala
platform. This brings a whole new set of issues :-( but at least you can represent all Unicode characters, and ASCII maps transparently. This is specially important fot multilingual portals, for instance. Conor -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page

Re: Sun copies Jakarta?

2003-06-10 Thread Santiago Gala
marketing trends are being set up. Now, how does this affect our ecosystem? /Steven -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page=SantiagoGalaBlog - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL

Re: Footprints to the mail (Re: [PATCH] index.xml/elsewhere.xml/binidex.xml/source.xml/project.xml)

2003-06-06 Thread Santiago Gala
changes, no need for granularity), and the mail was returned because it exceeded some list limit. This ca happen if the diff are more than 100K, I seem to recall. -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page=SantiagoGalaBlog

Re: website (was RE: [PATCH] promoted sub-projects)

2003-03-21 Thread Santiago Gala
be interesting, although difficult to maintain. (I've used gump listing as an index into java-apache projects quite a few times). I wonder if gump could generate such a listing daily/weekly/monthly, to be imported by the site module. Regards, Santiago Cheers, Scott -- Santiago Gala High Sierra

Re: Link to Avalon on WebSite

2003-03-21 Thread Santiago Gala
Ziegeler Open Source Group, SN AG - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page

Re: FW: broken links

2003-03-21 Thread Santiago Gala
be temporary but the content is currently available at http://catb.org/~esr/ . Erik -- End of Forwarded Message - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Santiago Gala

Re: [PATCH] promoted sub-projects

2003-03-19 Thread Santiago Gala
, etc. - robert -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page=SantiagoGalaBlog - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Jakarta: too many similar projects?

2003-03-18 Thread Santiago Gala
term run. And *you* should know that a Release always has some bugs left. ;-) Something we can learn for next time? Pier -- Santiago Gala High Sierra Technology, S.L. (http://hisitech.com) http://memojo.com?page=SantiagoGalaBlog

Re: so many jars

2003-03-15 Thread Santiago Gala
Danny Angus wrote: (...) The solution M$ have delivered appears to simply be a global registry (the Global Assembly Cache), but it is well thought out in respect to M$ probelm and is capable of maintaining multiple versions of the same Assemblies (think jars) and using the correct one, either

Re: Jakarta: too many similar projects?

2003-03-12 Thread Santiago Gala
Previously: Andrew C. Oliver wrote: Lets talk about what a great thing the portlet specification committee has done for the Jetspeed project. Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: Yes, lets do that. (That's 1 out of 200 or so, so while there may be a problem with that specific JSR, we might have to

Re: JCP NDA (was: too many similar projects?)

2003-03-12 Thread Santiago Gala
Rich Persaud wrote: Pier wrote: | Most of the times, in my experience, it all comes down to how receptive | the spec lead is in regards to new ideas coming from outside, and how much | weight he has in his company (the JSR sponsoring company)... | | But my experience is too little to say

Re: Jakarta: too many similar projects?

2003-03-12 Thread Santiago Gala
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: What if later we want to do a .NET portlet or a (whatever comes along that is against Sun's interest) portlet spec? I think Sun's NDA is not that bad (but I don't want to re-read it to check). Once the JSR gets public, there is no provision against free use of what

Re: Jakarta: too many similar projects?

2003-03-08 Thread Santiago Gala
Danny Angus wrote: Why create something in official Java APIs/Products when there is allready a good OSS alternative. To standardise it. Why is OSS any different? Exactly! So why bother standardizing it via Sun. If there is a ubiquitous Apache standard already, then there is NO need

RANT: Licensing, Business models and success metrics (was Re: answerto Howard or State of the POI )

2003-03-05 Thread Santiago Gala
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: This is going to be another one of my long answers to a short question... Good! (I crosspost to community. I think it really belongs there ;-) Some context: Howard M. Lewis Ship asked about Tapestry/POI usage: People keep asking me how many people are using Tapestry ...

Re: Current roster of the Jakarta PMC

2003-03-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Sam Ruby wrote: (...) OUCH! I stand corrected. Thanks Pete. When updating the official list (in the committers repository, directory board/committee-info.txt), it occurred to me that a three column format might be easier to read, so I wrote a little script. Unfortunately, a roundoff error

Re: New Project

2003-02-25 Thread Santiago Gala
Federico wrote: Fyi, http://Noodle.tigris.org/ would serve as a great framework to build such a proxy. -jon -- StudioZ.tv /\ Bar/Nightclub/Entertainment 314 11th Street @ Folsom /\ San Francisco http://studioz.tv/ Maybe you don't understand me. We have already finished the proxy's

Re: New Project

2003-02-25 Thread Santiago Gala
Federico wrote: I cannot compute finished + software together. software is like a live creature, more so a project. You are really starting, now that you are planning to have true users and go out to the real world ;-) Regards, Santiago Sorry for my english but probably in my language I

Re: PMC Nomination

2003-02-20 Thread Santiago Gala
Pier Fumagalli wrote: On 19/2/03 23:10 Leo Simons [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't think anyone expects that upon becoming a PMC member one would immediately need to gain and maintain intimate knowledge of all corners of the jakarta codebases. It is just about humanly impossible. So it is

Re: MS vs Open Source link

2003-02-20 Thread Santiago Gala
Henri Yandell wrote: (...) As for the article itself, I think it's more the open atmosphere to bug-reporting that means opensource is less buggy, and the frequent releases, than the code itself being open. So there's no reason why closed source shouldn't be the same, except that they're unable

JCP Process [Was nice ;-)]

2003-01-30 Thread Santiago Gala
Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: (...) It's the compromise we/I willingly make to be able to work inside the process to help shape it the way we/I think it should be shaped. The only alternative is to try to start another standards body, but I think you will find that, like the other standards

Re: JCP Process [Was nice ;-)]

2003-01-30 Thread Santiago Gala
Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: (...) agreed Yes - indeed. The idea is to have more public participation (vote early and often, as they say in Chicago :) in the process w/o the EG having to expand to include only the mildly interested, and w/o having constraints like an NDA placed on the

Re: nice

2003-01-29 Thread Santiago Gala
Jon Scott Stevens wrote: (...) Real life business shouldn't be bullshit. I'm not going to buy into that. It is people like you who opt into the flawed choices instead of speaking up that allow the flawed choices to continue on longer than they should. IMO, the closeness of the JCP process

Re: nice

2003-01-29 Thread Santiago Gala
Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: (...) What else would you like to know? What are your specific problems? is there a specific technology/spec that you are interested in participating in? have you ever interacted with the expert group of a JSR via their interest list or during a public, community

Re: Open ThunderGraph in Jakarta ?

2003-01-29 Thread Santiago Gala
Martin van den Bemt wrote: Love to see a gui framework / tools thingy on apache.. Working on that stuff a lot lately (of course has a Apache Style License) Jesktop (http://jesktop.sourceforge.net/) is written by Apache commiters, Avalon based and could be a good foundation for a GUI project

Re: Incubator home page (was Tapestry)

2003-01-29 Thread Santiago Gala
Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is one of my least favourite features of this forrest skin. Look at this version, which is a modified forrest skin, if it's better: http://www.krysalis.org/centipede/ I took all the suggestions from users like this one and made that

Re: (PHP interperated via Java) [Fwd: RE: [JBoss-dev] PHP]

2003-01-24 Thread Santiago Gala
Henri Gomez wrote: Andrew C. Oliver wrote: I thought this might be interesting to some folks... They're porting PHP to Java... -Andy Original Message Subject: RE: [JBoss-dev] PHP Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 19:13:23 -0500 From: marc fleury [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: [EMAIL

Re: Forum Software.

2003-01-23 Thread Santiago Gala
Jon Scott Stevens wrote: on 2003/1/22 12:28 PM, Santiago Gala [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1. Install spamassassin and server-side filtering (with procmail, for instance). ;-) (It saves me between 5 and 10 spam messages a day, quite an effort just to download and delete). You should be so lucky

Re: New Jakarta proposal: Pluto

2003-01-22 Thread Santiago Gala
Steven Noels wrote: Conor MacNeill wrote: Steven, I think these are exactly the sort of questions incubator is designed to answer. Tapestry was about seeing how an existing project can come into Apache. Perhaps Pluto is an opportunity to understand how a new project can be created and

Re: Forum Software.

2003-01-22 Thread Santiago Gala
Robert Simmons wrote: Well, once again I would like to bring up the concept of forum software for Jakarta. The reason I am bringing it up again is that mailing lists are intrusive and spammy. Daily I get flooded with a ton of email that I have absolutely no interest in reading. However if I

Re: New Jakarta proposal: Pluto

2003-01-21 Thread Santiago Gala
Alex McLintock wrote: At 17:41 21/01/03, you wrote: One more question: why not doing this as a subproject of JetSpeed ? It is an existing jakarta project, the scope matches - why creating a separate jakarta community instead of joining the existing one ? I assume that it would be a tool

Re: New Jakarta proposal: Pluto

2003-01-21 Thread Santiago Gala
Sam Ruby wrote: Steven Noels wrote: I was trying not to post the obvious, but yes: this seems largely premature. Deja vu. Check back next week for the inevitable complaint that Pluto is too mature. No code, a restricted community, too much committers coming from one company, I've

Re: New Jakarta proposal: Pluto

2003-01-21 Thread Santiago Gala
Stefan Hepper wrote: Hi, here some answers to questions asked in this thread: - Apache was one of the first memebers in the JSR 168 Expert Group and IBM asked Apache explicitly for their support before submitting this JSR. Currently the Apache resprentative in the Expert Group is David Sean

Re: PMC members, can u help me??

2003-01-21 Thread Santiago Gala
Eduardo Andrés Alfonso Sierra wrote: Hi again, I wrote this message a few days ago... Hi I'm an undergraduate student of Computer Science and I'm interested in how a group of developers that are geographically separated works. You are exactly that kind of group. I wanna know what

Re: Bug handling survey - 80:20 rule

2002-10-10 Thread Santiago Gala
Craig R. McClanahan wrote: On Fri, 4 Oct 2002, Danny Angus wrote: Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 17:45:48 +0100 From: Danny Angus [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: Jakarta General List [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Jakarta General List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: Bug handling survey - 80:20 rule So,

Re: Interesting quote....

2002-06-24 Thread Santiago Gala
, IE 5.5 - Help - About Based on NCSA Mosaic. NCSA Mosaic(TM); was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Now that's irony for you. Regards, Santiago Gala -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [ANN] in-house mail archive...

2002-05-03 Thread Santiago Gala
Pier Fumagalli wrote: It's internet explorer not sending the correct locale... Daniel's aware of that, and a fix is shortcoming... Use mozilla! :) Tis is mozilla: org.apache.velocity.exception.MethodInvocationException: Invocation of method 'get(PageTitle)' in class

Re: You make the decision (was Re: Quick! convert all your projectsto maven!)

2002-05-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Leo Simons wrote: (...) Andrew, consider using the CSS from the Tigris Style project http://style.tigris.org/. It's a new project, but already in use in several major OSS code bases, including Maven, Scarab, and Eyebrowse. I looked at these and they're a major pain in the *** to modify

Re: You guys are so funny.

2002-05-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Jon Scott Stevens wrote: Sure, the developers are working together on *some* stuff, but the core products they are not and my original Tomcat arguments were that it was lame to have two different containers. I got proven wrong from the point of view that enough people wanted T3 to survive. I

Re: webapp invoker doesn´t work

2002-05-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Edson Alves Pereira wrote: I´m using Tomcat 4.0.3 and Apache 1.3.2 and the Tomcat´s invoker doesn´t call my servlets. I think that i´ve already done everything, where i can get a good howto about? You happened to jump into the fire of a project join/split discussion. I'd strongly

Re: You guys are so funny.

2002-05-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Berin Loritsch wrote: Michael McCallum wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I do that because I believe standards are essential - even if 'simpler' pet-solutions exist. Standards are the only way to get people to work togheter - and DocBook, HTML, XSLT are the

Re: You guys are so funny.

2002-05-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: On 5/2/02 5:45 PM, Santiago Gala [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Even the Velocity vs XSLT could be a case for Worse is better :-) (Seriously, I have been thinking along these lines for the last days) That's DVSL vs XSLT. I was slightly off-focus. I was thinking

Re: You make the decision (was Re: Quick! convert all your projectsto maven!)

2002-05-01 Thread Santiago Gala
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: Nope. Perhaps your font settings differ from mine or perhaps Redhat or Ximan package different fonts? And I'm at 1600x1200 so well... dunno what the story is. Is anyone else having trouble with this? http://jakarta.apache.org/poi/javadocs/ Not with this one

[OT] OR mapping tools as a commodity

2002-04-24 Thread Santiago Gala
Jon Scott Stevens wrote: on 4/24/02 8:13 AM, Bala Kamallakharan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I personally like Zodo JDO (http://www.solarmetric.com/). It is pretty slick, it does exactly what you want to do. Given a class that you build in Java it can generate tables and make the classes

Re: So, Google uses Tomcat and Apache SOAP...

2002-04-21 Thread Santiago Gala
Paulo Gaspar wrote: http://www.beblogging.com/blog/20020417-221452 Have fun, Paulo Gaspar This is all your spamming? I see better and much longer every day :-) -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [PATCH] http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail2.html broken url

2002-04-11 Thread Santiago Gala
Daniel F. Savarese wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Santiago Gala writes: Santiago Gala wrote: I have enough karma for xml/html committing, but not for ssh to the web machine. So, could anybody with enough karma update the site? I just did a cvs update mail2.html, but it doesn't look

Re: [PATCH] http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail2.html broken url

2002-04-10 Thread Santiago Gala
Santiago Gala wrote: robert burrell donkin wrote: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail2.html has a broken url (to a tomcat user list archive). attached is a patch. - robert I have committed this one, while I was at this. Is there something else needed for the website to get updated

Re: [PATCH] http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail2.html broken url

2002-04-07 Thread Santiago Gala
robert burrell donkin wrote: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail2.html has a broken url (to a tomcat user list archive). attached is a patch. - robert I have committed this one, while I was at this. Is there something else needed for the website to get updated? partial ACK, should be

Re: [VOTE] Switching development to C#

2002-04-02 Thread Santiago Gala
Marc Johnson wrote: From: Paulo Gaspar [EMAIL PROTECTED] Do you have anything against Fortran or Cobol? Cobol, yes. Fortran, no. There will be .Net implementations for those, you know? And we could leverage the power of all those legacy academic and enterprise programmers. Nh

Re: news@jakarta list? (Re: Introducing Enterprise Object Broker)

2002-03-08 Thread Santiago Gala
Jeff Turner wrote: On Thu, Mar 07, 2002 at 06:03:21PM +, Pier Fumagalli wrote: Paul Hammant [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Folks, Enterprise Object Broker (EOB) is an application server that tries to a be a simpler EJB container. It is not complete yet, but we have many demos showing local,

Re: News, RSS, blogs, Cocoon (Re: news@jakarta list?)

2002-03-08 Thread Santiago Gala
Jeff Turner wrote: On Fri, Mar 08, 2002 at 12:00:11PM +0100, Santiago Gala wrote: ... Then could we perhaps have a news@jakarta list for this sort of thing? A lot of people find announcements like this relevant and interesting. On a related (technological) note: We Jetspeed people (actually

Re: Nominations, +1s, ...

2002-02-14 Thread Santiago Gala
Dirk-Willem van Gulik wrote: On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Santiago Gala wrote: I'm ready to give +1 to people nominated which are missing them, but I could not find any posting telling if +1 are required, or are just to be considered a form of moral support. Could anybody clarify? Personally: I do

Re: Java is dead... but it could still be saved!

2002-02-06 Thread Santiago Gala
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: On Tue, 2002-02-05 at 11:24, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote: Jon Scott Stevens wrote: on 2/4/02 1:58 PM, Kevin A. Burton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: (snip) They dropped the ball for java on the desktop: sun management decided that it will never happen: there will be no Java

Re: J2EE considered harmful (was [Fwd: cvs commit: jakarta-site2/xdocs index.xml])

2002-01-31 Thread Santiago Gala
Andrew C. Oliver wrote: To be fair, WebSphere is probably more troublesome then the other containers (at least thats been my experience with it). I do think there is a time and place for RPC. I however think better support for location independence is required. (snip) I would suggest

calendar splitting (was Re: ECS?? _TOP_ level project of Jakarta??)

2002-01-30 Thread Santiago Gala
whichever transport It makes more sense to home the calendar project in James, IMO, than in Jetspeed, specially now that standard wars will begin ;) But I think Jetspeed people will not opose to have you there either. I will present myself also. I'm Santiago Gala, working in Jetspeed. I decided

RSS problems (fwd)

2001-04-30 Thread Santiago Gala
As some of you may know already, Netscape has stopped publishing the DTD for the RSS format version 0.91. (See for instance http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=01/04/28/2119211 ) This brings big trouble to Jetspeed, as a good number of publicly available syndicated channels used this format.

RSS problems

2001-04-29 Thread Santiago Gala
As some of you may know already, Netscape has stopped publishing the DTD for the RSS format version 0.91. (See for instance http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=01/04/28/2119211 ) This brings big trouble to Jetspeed, as a good number of publicly available syndicated channels used this format.

Re: New Subprojects

2001-03-28 Thread Santiago Gala
(7?) sides of the discussion. :) Hope the input is useful. Regards, Santiago Gala - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: WARNING. You sent a potential virus or unauthorised code

2001-03-23 Thread Santiago Gala
I've just received this. I comment down. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The MessageLabs Virus Control Centre discovered a possible virus or unauthorised code (such as a joke program or trojan) in an email sent by you. Please read this whole email carefully. It explains what has happened to

Re: Patch for site docs

2001-03-13 Thread Santiago Gala
Jon Stevens wrote: on 3/13/01 9:55 AM, "Santiago Gala" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have prepared a patch for site docs, explaining an issue we found when trying to use authenticated cvs with Windows. I tried to commit, but I don't have enough Karma. I don't know if I'm