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From Helmut Tessarek <tessa...@evermeet.cx>
Subject Re: [Discuss] Time to rewrite/rethink modules.apache.org?
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2013 22:39:04 GMT
On 25.01.13 5:24 , Daniel Gruno wrote:
> - Authors that have created or updated a module within the last two
> years will be notified that there is a new site, and encouraged to
> submit their modules to this site.

I know, I don't have the right to vote, but I still would like to know, why
you don't migrate the 'old' data to the new site?
If you want to get rid of unmaintained modules this is one thing, but there
might be modules on the old site that are still valid despite the fact that
they haven't been touched within the last 2 years.
With the 'old' data, you can at least populate all fields (except the long
description).

> - We are, as always, looking for volunteers!! If you'd like to help out
> managing the  modules.apache.org site, please do speak up. We will be
> possibly adding some LDAP tie-ins later, making Apache committers
> moderators by default, but that is for another thread to discuss in.
> Currently, we will be only allowing Apache committers to apply as
> moderators, but we will be having a discussion about that in the other
> thread I'll start.

Ok, what does 'managing' the site mean? How many hours do you have to put in
per week/month (just a ballpark)?
I'd be interested.

Cheers.

-- 
regards Helmut K. C. Tessarek
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