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From Gary Gregory <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Math TLP...
Date Tue, 27 Aug 2013 13:57:42 GMT
Hi All:

I'm only a casual [math] user (we use [math] at work for some *very* simple
things), but I hope that we, the wider [commons] community, has been
beneficial in sharing expertise in Java, design, and other non-mathematics
but programming related issues. That whole thread about exceptions a while
back for example.

I'm note sure what difference having one less dot in the domain would do
for you. I can't see it changing how Google would answer queries

This would just be a marketing move IMO with a potential loss of shared
expertise from [commons].

I won't stop it but I would think it sad to see it go ;)


On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 9:31 AM, James Carman <>wrote:

> It was mentioned the other day, so I thought I would propose a formal
> discussion.  Is it time to let [math] "leave the nest"?  I would doubt
> there are very many of us qualified to work on such a library here in
> Commons.  I have a degree in Mathematics, but I haven't used the
> advanced math in such a long time that I probably wouldn't even really
> know where to start.  Would it be easier to build a larger community
> around a new TLP?  Would it be more visible that way, as opposed to
> being tucked away in our little neck of the woods?
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