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From Zvi Avraham <>
Subject Re: [Proposal] New Cocoon Committer
Date Wed, 12 Jan 2000 16:23:53 GMT
+1 for Sam Ruby, I know that he is very active in the Jakarta project

about me:

In the last few months I had some major changes at work (get Server Team
Leader position etc...)
but at the end I decided to quit my job, in favor of more interesting
things, like Cocoon, for example :)
I have an 18 days army service soon. And then when I'll return from the army
in second half of the February, I'll be dedicated to my Cocoon-based
project. Right now I trying to port it to Cocoon 1.6dev (still unfortunately

Yes, I still afraid to commit to Cocoon CVS. So if somebody have _short_
explanation/FAQ how to commit I'll happy to see it.


Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> People,
> there are currently 4 people on this list that have commit access on the
> CVS. These are:
> - myself
> - ricardo
> - donald
> - zvi
> now, being this "open development", I want more people involved directly
> in this project. Cocoon has a very strong modular framework that allows
> very clean separation of working contexts. In fact, all four rarely
> stepped on our respective toes. So I'm very happy about who things are
> doing, but if we stop there, we're dead since sooner or later, each one
> of us will be too busy to continue.
> I know donald has been busy lately and Zvi, well, I honestly don't know
> his status, but it doesn't matter.
> I would like to propose Sam Ruby ( as a new committer.
> Sam has been recently voted to be the release manager for Jakarta
> Tomcat, he's the guy that continues Ant development, the guy interested
> in porting JSP under all possible scripting languages and the head of
> the ECMAScript standardization effort.
> Sam is a great guy and expressed interest to partecipate to Cocoon
> actively on these fields:
> - better Ant integration
> - multilanguage support for XSP
> - better Tomcat integration (where possible)
> I think he's a great guy and very talented developer, also, he seems to
> have a natural ability to deal with open source projects in a very
> neutral and effective way.
> So, give me a bunch of +1 :)
> --
> Stefano Mazzocchi      One must still have chaos in oneself to be
>                           able to give birth to a dancing star.
> <>                             Friedrich Nietzsche
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