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From akaras...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: incubator-directory/www/community/who akarasulu.html
Date Sun, 01 Feb 2004 21:46:10 GMT
akarasulu    2004/02/01 13:46:10

  Modified:    www/community/who akarasulu.html
  Log:
  spell cheks and grammer
  
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  1.3       +15 -16    incubator-directory/www/community/who/akarasulu.html
  
  Index: akarasulu.html
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  RCS file: /home/cvs/incubator-directory/www/community/who/akarasulu.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- akarasulu.html	1 Feb 2004 21:08:09 -0000	1.2
  +++ akarasulu.html	1 Feb 2004 21:46:10 -0000	1.3
  @@ -669,10 +669,10 @@
         
             Alex first experimented with a centralized database to initially store
             user accounts, passwords and authorization profiles for various
  -          applications and resources within an enterprise.   Unfortuneatly the 
  +          applications and resources within an enterprise.   Unfortunatly the 
             use of an RDBMS was inhibiting.  It was a single point of failure 
             which wound up becoming a bottle neck.  Furthermore the RDBMS was
  -          not very conducive towards managing heirarchical data and delegating
  +          not very conducive toward managing heirarchical data and delegating
             control over it.  A new storage and access paradigm was required and
             that's when Alex encountered the directory.
           
  @@ -699,22 +699,21 @@
             which had support for triggers and stored procedures.  On this day he 
             registered a Sourceforge project called LDAPd and began building an
             LDAP server.  He also founded the LDAPd Group which worked on the 
  -          LDAPd server.  Eventually others joined the project like, 
  -          Jeff Machols, Robb Penoyer, Wes McKean and others.  Before a year the
  -          server had 3 releases at sourceforge and an invitation was made by
  -          the Avalon team to have the LDAPd project move to Apache.   A proposal
  -          was written and submitted for the Apache Directory Project on 
  -          September 3rd 2003.  The proposal was accepted by the ASF into the 
  -          Apache incubator on October 30th 2003.
  +          LDAPd server.  Eventually Jeff Machols, Robb Penoyer, Wes McKean and 
  +          others joined the project.  Before a year the server had 3 releases at
  +          sourceforge and an invitation was made by the Avalon team to have the 
  +          LDAPd project move to Apache.   A proposal was written and submitted 
  +          for the Apache Directory Project on September 3rd 2003.  The proposal 
  +          was accepted by the ASF into the Apache incubator on October 30th 
  +          2003.
           
       </p>
      
       <p>
         
  -          Alex hopes to make the dream of a robust pure Java LDAP server a 
  -          reality before exiting the incubator.  Most importantly the server 
  -          will be free and supported by a healthy community of developers here
  -          at the ASF.
  +          The dream of a robust pure Java LDAP server will be realized before 
  +          exiting the incubator.  Most importantly the server will be free and 
  +          supported by a healthy community of developers here at the ASF.
           
       </p>
      
  @@ -768,8 +767,8 @@
      
       <td>
         
  -              This is the old LDAPd Sourceforge project that Alex started before
  -              the Directory Project existed at the ASF.
  +              This is the old LDAPd Sourceforge project started before the 
  +              Directory Project existed at the ASF.
               
       </td>
      </tr>
  @@ -793,7 +792,7 @@
      
       <td>
         
  -              This is the proposal Alex submitted to the ASF to start the 
  +              This is the proposal submitted to the ASF to start the 
                 Directory Project as an incubator project.
               
       </td>
  
  
  

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