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From Martin Cooper <mart...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Forums/Mailing lists Was: Starting a java specs project
Date Sat, 31 Dec 2005 02:52:04 GMT
On 12/30/05, Thomas Dudziak <tomdzk@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 12/30/05, Martin Cooper <martinc@apache.org> wrote:
>
> > What would Jyve give us that Nabble doesn't do for us already - and
> without
> > us having to lift a finger, to boot?
>
> My wish would basically be for something that allows a user to use it
> transparently as a mailing list or forum (whatever the user wants)
> where in the first case he gets every forum post/mail and can post via
> mail and, in the latter case has to actively check what's new and has
> to use the forum UI to post.
> If both Nabble and Jyve can to this (don't know either one, could you
> perhaps supply some links ?), then I'd go for the one with the more
> features :-) E.g. better search, better forum UI (did I say that I
> really like Spring's forums :-) ).


>From an overall ASF perspective, I'd be more likely to go with the one that
has less overhead. Nabble is already there, doing the forum thing, and
completely managed outside of the ASF. Nobody at the ASF has to do anything
but add new mailing lists to it periodically.

My understanding (which could be completely wrong ;) is that Jyve would need
to be installed and managed at the ASF to provide the same kind of
functionality. That means it has infrastructure requirements - hardware,
software and especially people to maintain it. That being the case, I'd want
to see a compelling case for Jyve over Nabble, and names of people willing
to do the work.

--
Martin Cooper


Tom
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