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From Brandon Goodin <brandon.goo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Struggling with insertion of Clob into the database. PS:
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2005 15:42:17 GMT
We are already using JIRA for issue tracking.

Dev list traffic is minimal.

Brandon


On Fri, 25 Mar 2005 10:39:20 -0500, John Fereira <jaf30@cornell.edu> wrote:
> At 08:10 AM 3/25/2005 -0700, Clinton Begin wrote:
> >Yes.  Absolutely.
> >
> >I've never been a fan of MoinMoin.   It's crap.
> >
> >Confluence is big, slow and overcomplicated.  But at least it works.   :-)
> 
> Yes, Confluence (and especially when you add Jira) is big.  I also found it
> to be slow when I first deployed it on a 1.1ghz Pentium III with a gig of
> memory. We've since upgraded the memory to 3 gig and it runs quite fine.  I
> also don't find it overcomplicated and, in fact, quite end user
> friendly.  Having the full notation guide available from any page being
> editing is quite helpful and I find the confluence notation to be more
> intuitive.  If you're going to try and deploy Confluence I would also
> recommend the Jira issue tracking system (it can also be evaluated and
> freely deployed with a OSS license).
> 
> BTW, I have no vested interest with Atlassian, but up until I started using
> Confluence (through my participation with the uPortal project) I wasn't
> sold on using wikis but confluence changed my mind.
> 
> Since you're using the Apache hardware infrastructure and available wiki
> you may have to deploy confluence (if you choose to go that way) on a
> server installed elsewhere.
> 
> 
> >Anyone else have experience with good Wiki solutions?
> >
> >(This thread should probably be moved to the ibatis-dev list).
> 
> I'm not currently subscribed to the dev list.  What's the traffic level like?
> 
>

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