Fairly certain this list is not active anymore. I've been sending direct messages to
Ed if needed.
On Feb 27, 2010, at 1:34 AM, Dan Allen wrote:
To answer the question/request about reviewing changes, it does not
appear that Google Sites supports this feature. The closest request I found for this
feature in the forums is unanswered.
That's just one reason why Google Sites is a temporary measure until we can setup a
CMS of our own. That is obviously a longer discussion.
I had not planned on publishing current content, news if you will, about JSFDays. Though
I was a bit vague in what I meant, so let me clarify and at the same time collect
It can be very difficult for the Java EE community to connect with and trust an EG if
they cannot see that they are real people and familiar faces. We've had tremendous
success in our recent outreach to Java EE developers at conferences: JavaOne, JSFSummit
and JSFDays. From these conferences, we have three distinct group pictures which
collectively cover most of the current EG members. My idea is to put these pictures on a
page titled "Faces of the JSF EG", similar in spirit to the slide that has been
used in the JSF presentations that has been going around.
I've attached the candidate photos. The pictures from JavaOne and JSFSummit are
already posted on the web.
On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 6:14 AM, Kito Mann <kito.mann(a)virtua.com> wrote:
Does Google Sites have any functionality that would let you actually review changes, or
should we just do a simple vote for anything other than simple edits?
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On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 1:32 AM, Ed Burns <Ed.Burns(a)sun.com> wrote:
I kindly request that the EG has the opportunity to review changes to javaserverfaces.org
before they are made, especially one so big as adding pictures to the site. Remember,
adding current content to the site was explicitly *not* a part of the initial charter. I
would think that kind of content would be better on jsfcentral.com
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