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From Eric Pugh <ep...@upstate.com>
Subject Re: Help getting Apache's Scarab up again
Date Mon, 08 Aug 2005 21:06:30 GMT
I missed the thread as well, but I can help, especially if it is  
something specific that needs an Apache committer/account.  Although,  
in general Scarab stuff, Jorge's knowledge will be deeper..

On Aug 7, 2005, at 5:35 AM, Jorge Uriarte wrote:

> Hi there,
> following suggestion from Henning Schemiedehause...
>> I'd like to encourage the people that spoke up in this thread  
>> (Thomas,
>> Jorge) to get in contact with the ASF infrastructure team
>> (infrastructure@apache.org) and sort out the Scarab issues and maybe
>> volunteer as Scarab maintainers.
> ...I'd like to offer my help in what you might need to get your  
> Scarab instance up again.
> Even though I'm implied in Scarab myself, this help is not bound to  
> anything;
> If you want help to get it running so you can extract the issues,  
> that's fine.
> If you want help migrating to an uptodate (and much better ;-) )  
> version of Scarab, that's even better!
> If I (or other Scarab committers) can help maintaining Scarab it  
> would be great, because you bet, loosing Apache visibility is a  
> great loose for our project, but I fear I'm not a committer in any  
> Apache prokect, and there might be political/community reasons to  
> disallow this.
> In this case, I will still be glad to help others to do it.
> Whatever decision you find better, let me know and we'll look for  
> the best way to start.
> Greetings,
> _
> Jorge
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