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From "Leo Sutic" <leo.su...@inspireinfrastructure.com>
Subject RE: question: would we like avalon split?
Date Fri, 18 Oct 2002 09:03:31 GMT


> From: Leo Simons [mailto:leosimons@apache.org] 
> 
> Hi All,
> 
> I've ben reading reorg@apache.org. For one, it seems we might 
> be getting sourcecast, which is cool. There is also talk of 
> larger-scale reorg (like moving projects out of jakarta all 
> the way to the top conceptually), which are also especially 
> relevant to avalon as it is a kind of 'uber-project'.
> 
> Question rizes: do current avalon committers and contributors 
> like the size and scope of the avalon project?

No.

> avalon.apache.org
> phoenix.apache.org
> logkit.apache.org
> altrmi.apache.org
> ...

OK. I'm fine with the above, and I'm sure we can hammer out a 
good structure (what projects go top-level, etc.). Bu the real
brilliance is in:

> incubator.apache.org/lots-of-stuff-now-at-avalon
> graveyard.apache.org/lots-of-stuff-now-at-avalon

YES! +one million. Finally, an end to the continuous spawning
of subprojects.

> commons.apache.org/lots-of-stuff-now-at-avalon

+1

> along with probably different cvs repos, voting/access 
> rights, web pages, PMCs, etc.
> 
> but we'd maybe still keep the current mailing lists, ie not 
> completely dissolve the community. We might even end up with 
> java-framework-discussion@apache.org, if I understand 
> correctly the proposals on reog@apache.org.

That's OK.

/LS


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