good as I can say. As you may don't
know the server is located in Germany and therefore there might be some
problems in North America.
But please don't use this style of speech here, it might be proper for
blog but not for this mailing list. :-(
On 18.3.2010 23:15, Arbi Sookazian 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.
I do recall about a year or so ago that the original hibernate.org
unavailable for a week... And the performance of sfwk.org
in North America
at least is typically abysmal... No edits. No edits. No edits. Loving
it. I can't edit a damn post but I can on almost every other forum. A
Congratulations, we have a winner! A winner that lost years ago.
Beat it down...
On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 3:00 PM, Dan Allen<dan.j.allen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 5:20 PM, Jay Balunas<tech4j(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>> Honestly, either way this goes, I think that any changes on this should
>> wait until Pete returns from vacation. This is a major change for the
>> project and one that the project lead needs to be part of. I'm not aware of
>> all the conversations related to this, so won't comment on the choices.
>> Pete will be back the first week in April, and since I don't think there
>> is any critical need to make the move I have a suggestion.
> April 6th I believe.
>> If you need new wiki pages, create them in the sfwk.org
wiki. If you
>> want keep them separate from other wiki pages ( tags, naming, links,
>> whatever ) and self contained. This way no one will be stopped from doing
>> what they need to do, and either way the choice goes you will already have a
>> head start.
>> The Seam 3 information does need updating, as I can attest with reviewing
>> the current builds and pages, but lets start with this approach, and then
>> work this out as a team when Pete returns.
>> My $.05,
> As always, thanks for the tremendously practical insight. I'd say it's
> worth much more than $.05. We'll proceed with your suggestion as we await
> Pete's return. That way, we allow the project lead to be part of this
> decision, as it should be.
> Dan Allen
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