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From Matt Hogstrom <>
Subject Re: Questions about site
Date Tue, 02 May 2006 14:07:29 GMT
I agree that in principle its different with the following exceptions.

* IBiblio is maintained by a staff of engineers at Chapel Hill.  I believe their availability

requirements and staffing are an order of magnitude above what is currently available for
Geronimo Plugins Site.

* We do not point to IBiblio for a running server, we use it to build the server.  I think
there is 
a different constituency of people that would be depending on availability.

* IBiblio is a mirror of other content sites so if it is down there are other places to get
information contained on their site.

Again, I'm in favor of the plugin concept and Aaron has brought it to life.  I also think
the is a great way to distribute a variety of material that is non-ASF
  However, from a project perspective I think we should make the default and have the as an alternate site
in the 
dropdown list along with any other sites that people choose to put up.

I do not think we should make the geronimoplugins site the default and we need an ASF option
as the 


David Jencks wrote:
> I haven't looked in detail at the current plugin site, but I don't see 
> how it is different in principle to the primary maven repo at ibiblio, 
> which is certainly not on apache hardware, as it distributes oodles of 
> non-asl compatible stuff.  Just as there is an apache maven repo that 
> gets synched to the ibiblio one, I have no problem with an apache 
> geronimo plugin repo that is synched to a more inclusive one.
> Is the plugin site essentially a maven 2 repo with specialized content?  
> I would hope that we have a maven (2) plugin to install plugins into a 
> server, so the process of building the server for your application can 
> be somewhat integrated into your build process.
> thanks
> david jencks
> On Apr 30, 2006, at 10:32 PM, John Sisson wrote:
>> I noticed that the 1.1 console has the site as 
>> a default value for the URL in the "Import/Export Configurations" 
>> page.  This was introduced in  
>> .
>> I have a few questions:
>> Was the plugin concept, site etc. discussed on the dev list?  I 
>> haven't been able to find much at all.
>> Where is this site currently hosted?
>> Will it be an ASF hosted site before the 1.1 release goes out?
>> Where is the source for the site?
>> Thanks,
>> John

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