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From Ben Hyde <bh...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [Proposal] SuperXMailer
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 22:04:31 GMT
No way, not until the board clarifies project's reply-to header policy.

On Tuesday, April 1, 2003, at 03:35 PM, Andrew C. Oliver wrote:

> GREAT!  Add yourself as a committer to the wiki page!  I'm glad there 
> is so much community enthusiasm for this!
>
> Ben Hyde wrote:
>
>> +1, I'm seriously considering doing an Ada port!
>>
>> On Tuesday, April 1, 2003, at 03:03 PM, Andrew C. Oliver wrote:
>>
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> I'm pleased to finally propose the SuperXMailer for Jakarta via the 
>>> incubator.  I'd like for the Jakarta PMC/committers to vote a tacit 
>>> approval of the project before we work on acceptance into the 
>>> incubator.  I'm sure that despite the inevitable controversy, folks 
>>> will see a true value in this project and its active community.  
>>> Unfortunately the source repository and mail archives are down at 
>>> the moment, but I'm sure they'll be restored soon.
>>>
>>> Note that there is also something strange with the bug database.  We 
>>> now have email deobfuscation which defeats schemes like 
>>> acoliverNOSPAM@NOSPAMapache.org and such, as well as acoliver at 
>>> apache dot org.  No worries, the mail will be harvested and get 
>>> through!
>>>
>>> Thanks for your consideration.  Please feel free to submit your vote 
>>> in advance.
>>>
>>> -Andy
>>>
>>> http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?SuperXMailerProposal
>>>
>>> [0] rationale
>>>
>>> SuperXMailer, the project hosted at 
>>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/superxmailer/ is a tool for 
>>> harvesting email addresses from web pages and mail lists, storing 
>>> them in any database or XML file, and sending them email addresses. 
>>> It features opt-out lists, email verification and much more.
>>>
>>> The project is the creation of a number of Apache committers and is 
>>> run as a meritocratic community-developed project.
>>>
>>> Presently the CVS repository and mail lists are down (as of 3/30), 
>>> but we have opened up a support request and will have it up again 
>>> soon.
>>> [0.1] criteria
>>>
>>> Meritocracy:  SuperXMailer follows the Apache meritocracy rules, 
>>> with a core of committers including ASF members.
>>>
>>> Community:  SuperXMailer has a modest, but very active community.  
>>> Its users are very pleased with its performance and capture 
>>> capabillities.
>>>
>>> Core Developers.  SuperXMailer has an active and dedicated team of 
>>> committers.  The project was founded by Andrew C. Oliver, who is 
>>> extremely dedicated to SuperXMailer and authored the majority of the 
>>> codebase.  Nicola Ken Barrozzi and Glen Stampoultzis are frequent 
>>> contributors of components and bug fixes as well as some significant 
>>> extensions.  Sam Ruby has offered to provide Web Services extensions 
>>> via Axis.
>>>
>>> Alignment:  SuperXMailer makes use of Lucene, POI, Struts, Velocity, 
>>> Turbine, Xerces, Tomcat and Xalan.
>>>
>>> Scope:  SuperXMailer is entirely a server-side application, well 
>>> aligned with the overall goals of the Jakarta project.
>>>
>>> [1] scope of subproject
>>>
>>> The project shall create and maintain packages written in the Java 
>>> programming language constituting the framework, management tools, 
>>> search/database and mailer, a standard library of additional 
>>> components, documentation, a web site and additional examples.
>>>
>>> [2] identify the initial source from which the project is to be 
>>> populated
>>>
>>> The project currently resides on the SourceForge 
>>> (http://tapestry.sf.net).
>>>
>>> [3] identify the Jakarta resources to be created
>>>
>>> [3.1] mailing lists(s)
>>>
>>> superx-user
>>> superx-dev
>>>
>>> [3.2] CVS repositories
>>>
>>> jakarta-superx
>>>
>>> [3.3] Bugzilla
>>>
>>> framework - superx
>>> components - web site, contrib library, documentation, examples
>>>
>>> [3.4] Wiki
>>>
>>> The SuperXMailer developers would like to make use of the ApacheWiki 
>>> in order to facillitate the admittedly spartan documentation.  
>>> However, its extremely easy to use.  Many Apache committers have 
>>> received mail from persons using it with great results.
>>> [4] identify the initial set of committers  (Any Jakarta commmitter 
>>> is welcome to add their name here)
>>>
>>> Andrew C. Oliver
>>>
>>> Nicola Ken Barrozzi
>>>
>>> Glen Stampoultzis
>>>
>>> [5] identify apache sponsoring individuals (Any Apache member is 
>>> welcome to add their name here)
>>>
>>> Andrew C. Oliver
>>>
>>> Nicola Ken Barrozzi
>>>
>>>
>>>
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