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From Joe Schaefer <>
Subject Re: Staging OOo Site: Bugs and Improvements
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2011 00:00:24 GMT
TJ: you have commit (tm) to every document at
the site, so feel free to do actual
work on them instead of filing bugs for others to
do work on your behalf.

Ditto for the OOo sites.

>From: TJ Frazier <>
>Sent: Monday, October 31, 2011 7:47 PM
>Subject: Re: Staging OOo Site: Bugs and Improvements
>On 10/31/2011 18:22, Dave Fisher wrote:
>> On Oct 31, 2011, at 3:15 PM, TJ Frazier wrote:
>>> Hi, Dennis,
>>> On 10/31/2011 16:13, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: <snip>
>>>> Yes, I am subscribed to ooo-commits.  Unfortunately, the CWiki
>>>> commits don't come over as diffs but as complete text before and
>>>> after.  So I rarely read them.  For me, all they serve as is a
>>>> reminder to go to the CWiki page and find out what really
>>>> happened.  I find ooo-issues much easier to handle.
>>> <snip>
>>> This is a matter of how you set your preferences in Cwiki. You have
>>> to allow delivery of notices in HTML, because the diffs come in
>>> color, just like what you see on the Cwiki when you click, "view
>>> changes". I'm getting both diff and full-text at the moment, which
>>> is very handy: if I need to see the change in full context, I can
>>> look at the second message, otherwise not. --/tj/
>> That is true. Unfortunately according to this[1] it is against ASF
>> Policy. One of the motivations for the Apache CMS was how poorly
>> Confluence  performs. [2]
>> Regards, Dave
>> [1]
>Hi, Dave,
>Thanks for the fascinating links. I expect to be making a lot of use of 
>Apache CMS: to my proof-reader's eye, many of the ASF pages look 
>somewhat shabby and neglected. One example is the penultimate sentence 
>My bad: since the discussion was in the context of coo-commits, I should 
>have made it clear that I was talking about watch-list messages, sent 
>straight to the watcher.
>(I find the general ban on HTML obnoxious, though I understand at least 
>some of the rationale. I am absolutely /lost/ without my /stress 
>italics./ :-) )
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