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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: moving the Wiki to nagoya
Date Mon, 07 Apr 2003 21:56:55 GMT
I've come to rather like JSP Wiki.  Might be good one day to migrate 
everything to it.

-Andy

Pier Fumagalli wrote:

>On 7/4/03 18:06, "Steven Noels" <stevenn@outerthought.org> wrote:
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>>Pier (and Stefano of course),
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>>in preparation of our F2F meeting I'm looking forward to (gee, that
>>sounds way too official ;-) I would like to start thinking about the
>>migration of the Cocoon Wiki to some proper ASF Java-hosting resource,
>>aka 'nagoya' :-)
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>Fair enough...
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>>You were talking about a systems upgrade - which should presumably be
>>done prior to moving cocoon.apache.org over there, hosted by a
>>full-blown Cocoon instance, and I assume also the JSPWiki installation
>>should perhaps be postponed until then. Do you have any guestimate
>>w.r.t. this upgrade?
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>Yes, the weekend after Sun Micro grants me a license to install VXFS on that
>machine... We actually obtained one copy of the software, but now it looks
>like that we need an extra license to _RUN_ that software (why would you buy
>a CD if after that you have to buy a key to run it? Can't they ship the two
>in the same nifty little package? What am I supposed to do, keep the CD and
>hang it on the wall or something? Bah)
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>As soon as I have some news, you'll hear about it! :-)
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>Anyway... As soon as that gets in I'll do the upgrade. It'll probably take
>two weekends, one to move stuff onto the Nagoya backup (a 6-way E3500
>courtesy of an kind sponsor), do the upgrade during the week, and move back
>everything the weekend after...
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>It is a massive task, but it's the only way in which we can guarantee the
>minimum downtime and at the same time have a clean system which doesn't
>carry something like 4 years of history on its drives (binaries, libraries,
>and all that crap).
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>>JSPWiki has gone stable with 2.0.36 on 22/Feb so that's already taken
>>care off. I've bugged the authors already about dropping the existing
>>license in favor of some Apache-style license, alas only to effect of
>>http://www.ecyrd.com/ButtUgly/Wiki.jsp?page=Main_blogentry_010303_1 -
>>and LGPL still doesn't quite cut it IMHO.
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>>Still, I assume the time is there to migrate the Cocoon Wiki to ASF
>>resources, personal vents aside. I am very much willing, with your
>>Solaris expertise alongside, to help you with the JSPWiki install &
>>continued maintenance.
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>I don't see a problem in _running_ a GPL/LGPLed software, as long as we
>don't link into it. We run actually quite a lot of GPL/LGPL in the
>infrastructure, the only thing we are prevented to do from legal reasons is
>to develop software (C) ASF based on it.
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>Once the restructure is done, I have an idea on how to implement "role"
>accounts, allowing to have several people to do whatever on different parts
>of the machine (like managing eyebrowse, mail archives, all the bazillion o
>servlet containers we need to run, and stuff like that).
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>>It seems Stefano has been composing a mail alongside mine. Oh well. What
>>a great way to finish the day. :-((
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>I didn't get it... What are you referring to?
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>>Slightly confused by today,
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>Even  more than you are...
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>    Pier
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