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From Werner Keil <>
Subject Re: Data 2.0 gone?
Date Mon, 10 Aug 2015 11:12:18 GMT
As a coincidence, Babel was also started by IBM, Adobe and others. still shows "Adobe Systems Inc" among top 3

Imagine, someone like Reza simply deleted a word or entire language "he
doesn't like"...?
Commercial products by IBM, Adobe, Red Hat, Oracle, SAP and dozens of other
giant vendors would suddenly look different or no longer work;-O

On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 11:46 AM, Werner Keil <> wrote:

> Btw. it's not just Data 2.0.
> No clue what "a", "b", "c"... under
> are
> supposed to mean, but they're all empty, too.
> Anyway, unlike data this won't be missed for reasons mentioned enough, so
> if recovered, it would belong to /whiteboard/<something> instead.
> Even before this "scorched earth" tactic, I don't recall ever having seen
> the translator between 1.0 and 2.0 files in the repository.
> Whether it's 1.0 to 2.0 (XML to JSON) or both ways, there should be an
> appropriate tool also as part of DeviceMap, so it can be done in a
> sustainable way or even automated by Jenkins (like the ones we started
> getting again now;-)
> Eclipse has similar "bots" in the Babel project, so it's not the first
> "data driven" OS project I participate in either.
> On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 10:59 AM, Werner Keil <>
> wrote:
>> Unless the JSON "experiment" was considered no interest, just focus on
>> getting it back.
>> It isn't the first time, Reza destroyed things here without prior vote or
>> notice, you should be tired of that, but I assume it would be a waste of
>> time asking him not to do so;-|
>> There was some sort of vote, but it was mostly to rubber-stamp Reza's
>> ideas and suggestions. I dont't recall real input other than me suggesting
>> to keep attribute names like so many other repository providers do
>> regardless of them using XML, JSON or whatever they prefer.

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