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From Hernan Cunico <>
Subject Re: Apache Geronimo V1 - Documentation Draft
Date Thu, 17 Nov 2005 14:13:21 GMT
Agree, it should be under the same license as Geronimo, currently 
Version 2.0.

It would be great to have the confluence template updated but I can not 
do it since I am just a user. Is there a confluence admin that would add 
the ASF license to the footer?

As for contributing, you just need to register to have "edit" access and 
try to follow the documentation template we are using in the other 
articles. If you have any questions on the formatting, just let me know.


John Sisson wrote:
> Nice work Hernan.
> Looking at the site it isn't clear to those who wish to contribute 
> Geroniomo documentation on the Atlassian hosted Confluence wiki what the 
> license will be for the documentation.
> After looking around I found the following page that says the content of 
> this site is made available under the Apache License, but it doesn't say 
> which version of the ASF license:
> Do you or any Confluence users know if there is there a way to have a 
> link to the specific ASF license at the bottom of every page in the 
> Geronimo space?
> I think the licensing should be clear, as documentation shouldn't be 
> treated any differently to code contributions AFAIK.
> Thanks,
> John
> Hernan Cunico wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I updated the documentation and now it shows up as Apache Geronimo V1 
>> Documentation Draft reflecting the upcoming, long waited, new release.
>> Some additions for today are:
>> - Apache Geronimo project overview
>> - Security -> Concepts
>> - Security -> Login into Geronimo
>> - Troubleshooting
>> There is still a huge list of topics to cover like Architecture, 
>> Administration, Development and Deployment.
>> Is there anyone who volunteers to contribute to any of these topics?

>> Cheers!
>> Hernan

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