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From Hernan Cunico <>
Subject Re: going out of production
Date Wed, 23 Aug 2006 19:54:09 GMT
I'm having some serious problems receiving mails from infra@, I missed a 
lot of critical updates.

I saw the infrastructure folks have made the old wiki Immutable 
(read-only) but still you can browse it and hit it from a web search 
(e.g. google) resulting in pointers to outdated info.

I created a JIRA on infra@ to have the request of removing the 
Geronimo's Moin Moin wiki documented, here is the link:

I have also removed, actually made invisible, the Geronimo space hosted 
at Altassian. One out-of-date wiki less to deal with, no more confusion 
on that end at least.

Hopefully the infrastructure folks will take care of the Moin Moin wiki 


Jason Dillon wrote:
> I saw commits yesterday on infra@ and they made it read only...
> --jason
> On Aug 22, 2006, at 9:21 AM, Hernan Cunico wrote:
>> GREAT!!!
>> So, how do we get rid of them, both Moin Moin and the one on Atlassian?
>> I think I should be able to remove the one on Atlassian but don't know 
>> how to kill the Moin Moin one. AFAIK PMC has to make the official 
>> request. Comments anyone?
>> Cheers!
>> Hernan
>> Jason Dillon wrote:
>>> Just nuke the old wiki and be done with it already...
>>> :-\
>>> --jason
>>> On Aug 21, 2006, at 6:44 AM, Paul McMahan wrote:
>>>> Good idea Cameron.
>>>> On 8/20/06, Cameron Braid <> wrote:
>>>>> Hash: SHA1
>>>>> building geronimoPaul McMahan wrote:
>>>>> > +1  I'm all in favor of eliminating the obsolete wiki sites.  Right
>>>>> > now when I google "geronimo wiki" or "building geronimo" it comes

>>>>> back
>>>>> > with links to the MoinMoin wiki, which ain't good.
>>>>> >
>>>>> It may be a good idea to put a temporary redirector from the old
>>>>> MoinMoin wiki's domain, redirecting all urls to a page in confluence
>>>>> that explains that the content has been moved.  Then, after a few 
>>>>> weeks,
>>>>> when the spiders have updated their indexes, the domain could be
>>>>> decomissioned.
>>>>> Cameron
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