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From "Don Brown" <>
Subject Re: wikis
Date Fri, 10 Nov 2006 01:02:16 GMT
Where should it be documented?  I set up Confluence exactly like the
other JIRA installations using the same directory structures, startup
scripts, tomcat setup, and logging policies.  If it is a matter of not
enough volunteers to administrate it, let me know and I'll get a few
other people.  I'm willing to write whatever docs or build whatever
team size infrastructure feels necessary to ensure Confluence is


On 11/9/06, Roy T. Fielding <> wrote:
> On Nov 9, 2006, at 10:52 AM, Don Brown wrote:
> > What exactly makes something a part of the "official" ASF
> > infrastructure?  I thought it was that a member of Infrastructure had
> > volunteered to maintain it, and if that's the case, Confluence is
> > indeed a part of the "official" ASF infrastructure since I, as a
> > member of ASF and Infrastructure, have volunteered to maintain it.
> When infrastructure votes to maintain it for as long as the
> projects wish to use it, then it is infrastructure.  Right now,
> Confluence is just an experiment and we made that abundantly clear.
> The first two people who promised to maintain it disappeared
> immediately after setup.  One new person is not sufficient to
> maintain anything, even though the effort is appreciated.
> To be maintainable, it must be possible for the entire team to
> maintain the working instance.  That means documenting what to do
> when it breaks, preferably somewhere that is accessible when it
> happens to be broken (like under the infrastructure subversion).
> ....Roy
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