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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: CoWarp (was Re: svn commit: r232855...)
Date Tue, 16 Aug 2005 14:21:40 GMT
Ralph Goers wrote:
> Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
>>If there is *high* community interest in hosting it at Apache I'm willing to
>>move. In fact, lack of a community was one of the main reasons in
>>creating Cowarp outside of Apache. 
> I have no idea how to become part of a community at sourceforge. Most 
> seem to have no mailing list activity.
I've not set up mailing lists yet, but could if required. Apart from
that, I don't see a real difference here: you have a repository, a
mailing list, a forum, you can add committers to the project etc.

> I do know that many folks are
> confused by our current authentication framework. I suspect that is why 
> interest in it isn't higher.  I happen to use it, but it is a little 
> clunky.  However, I've also considered looking into other authentication 
> frameworks.
>>Another advantage is that I can use Maven for building Cowarp -
>>something our build system does not provide. But for me using Maven is
>>another prerequisite :)
> Well, I vastly prefer maven as well, but I'm not sure why it is required.
Ok, "required" is perhaps the wrong term - I'm currently using Maven and
I'm enjoying it's features and I don't want to miss them.


Carsten Ziegeler - Open Source Group, S&N AG

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