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From Clay Leeds <cle...@medata.com>
Subject Re: rearrange Components in Jira Issue Tracker
Date Tue, 02 Nov 2004 17:05:51 GMT
On Nov 2, 2004, at 8:55 AM, Dave Brondsema wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Nov 2004, Clay Leeds wrote:
>> On Nov 2, 2004, at 2:42 AM, Juan Jose Pablos wrote:
>>> David Crossley wrote:
>>>> Now is a good time to rearrange our Component names.
>>>> Here is my first proposal. Please tweak or propose
>>>> something else.
>>>> --------------------------
>>>> Building Forrest ................... Build
>>> Compile maybe?
>>> Build seems a very common word in our  scope.
>
> +1 Compile
>
>> For that matter, 'Run' is fairly common as well. I have a tough time
>> determining whether someone is asking me to do a /forrest/ run or a
>> /forrest run/.
>>
>>>> Forrest live webapp (Jetty) ........ Run (Jetty webapp)
>
> While we're at this big renaming/restructuring game, why don't we 
> change
> "forrest site" -> "forrest static" and "forrest run" -> "forrest live".
> And remove any default target, so that users must specify forrest 
> static.

I like that idea. One other thing. It might make sense to insert 
something to the effect of "Are you sure you want to run /forrest seed/ 
in this directory? This will *erase* all current content in here." (or 
whatever makes sense...)

As for the Jira list itself, you might want to change it like this:

Building Forrest ................... Build (Ant)
shbat distribution - Forrest CLI ... forrest static (command-line)
Forrest live webapp (Jetty) ........ forrest live (Jetty webapp)
Forrest skins ...................... Skins
Forrest website .................... Documentation and Website
.................................... Forrestbar
Forrestbot ......................... Forrestbot
XML grammars & validation .......... XML grammars & validation
.................................... Plugin: IMSManifest
.................................... Plugin: OpenOffice.org
.................................... Plugin: Simplified Docbook
Core operations .................... No Component
Other .............................. No Component

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