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From jlo...@br.ibm.com
Subject Re: Fw: Subscribing a new Project into Jakarta
Date Thu, 13 Oct 2005 16:29:49 GMT
>jlopes@br.ibm.com wrote:
>>>On Wed, 12 Oct 2005, robert burrell donkin wrote:
>> 
>>>>jakarta's been self consciously shrinking over the last few years 
(it's
>>>>just too big and too complex) with a lot of old sub-projects 
graduating
>>>>to lop level status. it's more difficult now to persuade people that 
>>>>new
>>>>sub-projects should be accepted. (of course, this doesn't mean that
>>>>JFTP4I couldn't aim for top level or for a sub-project of another
>>>>project)
>> 
>>>Effectively it's turning into a component container, a larger variant 
of 
>>>Commons. All of our server-like parts have moved to top level, and it 
>>>sounds like JFTP4I would (despite not being just an FTP server) still 
be 
>>>very much a server-like project. So definitely a TLP example.
>> 
>> Yeah, i'm just i little confuse of how to initiate the process. Who to 
>> talk, what email to send, and so on.

>Have you seen FtpServer in incubation [1]? I would think there is 
significant 
>overlap between projects, so may be instead of creating new project, you 
could 
>join efforts with existing one?

Yes i saw. This could be a good idea, but i don´t have any clue of who are 
the developers/Mentors involved, and my project is not intended to be 
"only" a FTP Server, but an Application Server that delegates all requests 
to an existing user defined FTPAction. Maybe we could fit together both 
projects, but still, i must ask this to the FtpServer developers (i don´t 
know who they are). I didn´t find this information on the site.

        Tks anyway :-).

        João

>Vadim

>[1] http://incubator.apache.org/projects/ftpserver/

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