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From Dain Sundstrom <dsundst...@gluecode.com>
Subject Installing Confluence
Date Tue, 07 Sep 2004 17:08:20 GMT
Does anyone know where we are at with this?  I am more than willing to 
help.

-dain


On Jul 22, 2004, at 9:11 PM, jastrachan@mac.com wrote:

> I'm willing to help out - I just about qualify for the requirements I 
> guess.
>
> On 23 Jul 2004, at 02:51, Jeff Turner wrote:
>> Would anyone else be willing to help with care and feeding of an ASF
>> Confluence instance?  Requirements for the job:
>>
>>  a) an ASF committer, preferably been around a few years
>>  b) know how to deploy a webapp and admin a Tomcat instance
>>  c) somewhat unix-savvy
>>  d) willing to commit random bits of time for months to come to do 
>> things
>>     like upgrades
>>
>> If there's a volunteer or two, I guess the next steps would be to 
>> hold a
>> (PMC-ratified) vote and send a mail off to infrastructure@ for advice.
>> They may wish to delay installation until a successor to nagoya is 
>> ready.
>>
>>
>> --Jeff
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 22, 2004 at 05:11:40PM +0100, jastrachan@mac.com wrote:
>>>
>>> On 21 Jul 2004, at 17:15, Matt Kurjanowicz wrote:
>>>> Hmm, are we moving a little too fast on moving to Confluence?   Like
>>>> someone said earlier, we've already switched wiki's once, and I 
>>>> don't
>>>> know (beyond wiki -> xdoc) what benefits Confluence has over Wikis.
>>>
>>> Security, features, wiki language, macros for integrating with unit
>>> test code / JIRA reports - but mostly its just a nice tool to use 
>>> etc.
>>>
>>> Its like saying, hey this JIRA things OK but whats wrong with 
>>> bugzilla.
>>> If you've used both you'll know what I mean.
>>>
>>>
>>>> It may even be easier to update the tool (wiki->xdoc) to understand
>>>> the wiki we have now, rather than transferring the entire site over 
>>>> to
>>>> a different wiki system, with yet another syntax...
>>>
>>> There's not that much content. But we could start with just the 
>>> manual
>>> in the new wiki, then see how we get on. The great thing about this
>>> internet thing is we can link across websites :). So even if the old
>>> wiki stays around for a while its no biggie
>>>
>>> James
>>> -------
>>> http://radio.weblogs.com/0112098/
>>>
>>
>>
>
> James
> -------
> http://radio.weblogs.com/0112098/
>


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