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From Joe Bohn <>
Subject Re: Apache Tuscany Logo in Geronimo Wiki
Date Wed, 07 Jul 2010 19:08:21 GMT
OK, it looks like doing a manual export fixed all of the links again for 

But since we still don't really understand what is causing this or how 
to fix it (as I mentioned earlier manual export didn't fix it a few 
weeks ago) ... then I don't know when it will happen again or for 
certain how we can resolve it.

This is just strange.


On 7/7/10 2:54 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:
> Actually, I think all of the GMOxDOC30 and GMOxDOC21 doc has/had the
> Tuscany logo (not just the clustering page). It seems that most of the
> GMOxDOC22 doc is clean with the exception of the clustering-and-farming
> link that you mention and perhaps some others (I didn't look at all the
> pages ;-) ).
> I did spend some time looking into this a few weeks back for 3.0 but
> didn't find a cause or solution at the time. Here's what I tried:
> - Validating the the export template for the space hadn't been
> corrupted. It looked OK to me and matched what we have in svn.
> - Forced an update of the template with what we saved in svn (even
> though they looked the same) - didn't help.
> - Forced a minor change to the template in confluence - also didn't help.
> - Moved the license header below the macros - Donald mentioned that this
> may have fixed it when he looked into it earlier - but it didn't fix
> anything when I tried it.
> - I also posted a question on infra@ about it but didn't get any responses.
> I ran out of ideas and gave up.
> However, after seeing this I thought I'd try to force an export again
> and see if anything changed. I tried it for 3.0 and to my surprise it
> seems to have fixed that one. I'll try on the others as well.
> This leads me to think that it is somehow timing related based upon
> Tuscany exports ... but I really don't have a clue. Does anybody else
> have any ideas?
> Joe
> On 7/7/10 12:59 PM, Kevan Miller wrote:
>> On Jun 2, 2010, at 5:44 AM, chi runhua wrote:
>>> G2.2 don't have the problem and I think we could just apply the
>>> changes we made to G2.2 for G2.1 doc space .
>> There are still parts of our Wiki documentation that still have the
>> Tuscany logo. See:
>> If somebody can help get these cleaned up, that would be great.
>> --kevan

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