On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 6:15 PM, Arbi Sookazian <asookazian(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The project lead apparently has no say b/c this open issue has
already been decided and finalized single-handedly by GKing, no? The
community (the people who use the forums the most) has no say. One out of
hundreds decides. A dictatorship in the open-source community.
This is not a democracy. Some people contribute more to the project
than others, and those people therefore have a bigger say.
I do recall about a year or so ago that the original hibernate.org
unavailable for a week...
The outage of hibernate.org
of course had nothing to do with the wiki
software used. Oh, and of course, hibernate.org
did not even run on
seam wiki. So this is totally irrelevant to the discussion.
And the performance of sfwk.org
in North America
at least is typically abysmal...
Which, as you've already been told, is more a matter of the location
of the server. European users are not reporting problems.
No edits. No edits. No edits.
This is a deliberate decision which could of course easily be changed.
So also totally irrelevant.
Since you clearly know nothing about the issues here, how about you
just pipe down. Thanks.