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From "Hirsch, Richard" <>
Subject AW: Moving content from GoogleCode to Apache
Date Wed, 15 Apr 2009 07:11:43 GMT
Now we just have to integrate the forrest site with the Apache wiki. There is currently a partial
data overlap.


Von: Anne Kathrine Petteroe []
Gesendet: So 12.04.2009 17:17
Betreff: Re: Moving content from GoogleCode to Apache

I have moved most of the content to the Apache wiki.
The only content still on Google Code is everything related to the AIR 
client and the old WAR/library files.


On 4. april. 2009, at 11.54, Hirsch, Richard wrote:

> Right now, there is still a lot of content at our old Google Code 
> site ( and
>  that I think should be moved to the Apache site. There is just too 
> little traffic at the Google site and a content consolidation is 
> critical if we are to expand our community.
> What is the best way to do this? In particular, what are the IP 
> implications /issues? The Google site has a Apache License 2.0 for 
> the code but I have no idea about the licensing for other content 
> that is located there.   Should/Can we move the content to Apache or 
> leave it at the Google site and just reference it from our pages at 
> Apache.
> D.

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