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Subject svn commit: r850509 - in /websites/staging/maven/trunk/content: ./ community.html maven-site-1.0-site.jar
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2013 15:22:51 GMT
Author: buildbot
Date: Wed Feb 13 15:22:50 2013
New Revision: 850509

Log:
Staging update by buildbot for maven

Modified:
    websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/   (props changed)
    websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/community.html
    websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/maven-site-1.0-site.jar

Propchange: websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/
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Modified: websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/community.html
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--- websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/community.html (original)
+++ websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/community.html Wed Feb 13 15:22:50 2013
@@ -229,7 +229,7 @@
     </div>
     <div id="bodyColumn">
       <div id="contentBox">
-        <div class="section"><h2>The Maven Community<a name="The_Maven_Community"></a></h2><p>Maven,
like any other opensource project, relies heavily on the efforts of the entire user community
to be ever vigilent for improvements, logging of defects, communicating use-cases, generating
documentation, and being wary of other users in need. This is a quick guide outlining what
members of the Maven community may do to make the system work better for everyone.</p><div
class="section"><h3>Helping With Maven<a name="Helping_With_Maven"></a></h3><p>There
is already a comprehensive <a href="./guides/development/guide-helping.html">Guide to
Helping With Maven</a>. That guide focuses upon beginning as a supporter, with information
on how to help the coding effort.</p><div class="section"><h4>Commit Questions
or Answers to the Maven User FAQ<a name="Commit_Questions_or_Answers_to_the_Maven_User_FAQ"></a></h4><p>Documentation
is currently a very high priority for the Maven community. 
 Please help out where ever you can, specifically in the work-in-progress <a class="externalLink"
href="http://docs.codehaus.org/display/MAVENUSER/FAQs">FAQ Wiki</a>.</p></div><div
class="section"><h4>Help Log Defects in JIRA<a name="Help_Log_Defects_in_JIRA"></a></h4><p>Just
as any other healthy project requires a quick turn-around on defects, and a transparent method
of users to have their wishes heard, so too does Maven need your help. Refer to the <a
href="./issue-tracking.html">Issue Tracking</a> page.</p></div><div
class="section"><h4>Developers<a name="Developers"></a></h4><p>For
Maven developers, commiters, PMC: there is a <a href="./developers/index.html">Developers
Guide</a>.</p></div></div><div class="section"><h3>Being
a Good Maven Citizen<a name="Being_a_Good_Maven_Citizen"></a></h3><p>The
concept of a public repository built into the core architecture of Maven makes it necessarily
community-centric. There are a few simple things that Maven users may do to help k
 eep that community thriving.</p><div class="section"><h4>Be a Kind Public
Repository User<a name="Be_a_Kind_Public_Repository_User"></a></h4><p>The
best thing that a user can do is to set up their own remote repository mirror containing the
projects needed. There are several tools to make this simpler, such as <a class="externalLink"
href="http://nexus.sonatype.org/">Nexus</a> or <a class="externalLink" href="http://maven.apache.org/archiva/">Archiva</a>.
This reduces strain on the Maven central repository, and allows new users to get acquainted
with Maven easier and quicker. This is especially important for power-users and corporations.
The incentive behind this is, controlling your own servers can give you desired level of security
and more control over uptime, resulting in a better experience for your users. With that said,
keep the following sentiment in mind:</p><p><i>DO NOT wget THE ENTIRE REPOSITORY!</i></p><p>Please
take only the jars you need. We understand this is 
 may entail more work, but grabbing all 9+ Gigs of binaries really kills our servers.</p></div><div
class="section"><h4>Host a Mirror<a name="Host_a_Mirror"></a></h4><p>As
an extention to the previous statement, if you have access to a large data repository with
lots of bandwidth, please consider becomming a mirror for the Maven central repository.</p><p>As
you can imagine, thousands of users downloading can put quite a strain on one server. If you
wish to be a mirror, please file a request in the <a class="externalLink" href="http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MPA">Maven
Project Administration</a> JIRA project.</p></div><div class="section"><h4>Host
a Public Repository<a name="Host_a_Public_Repository"></a></h4><p>If
you have any projects that you wish others to use, host them on your own public repository.
That way, your users can simply add your repository to their own project repo list, and viola!
Maven can keep you and your users in synch, growing your user-base due simply 
 to its new-found ease of use.</p></div></div><div class="section"><h3>User
Gathering Spots<a name="User_Gathering_Spots"></a></h3><p>These are
a few of the watering holes around which Maven users tend to gather.</p><div class="section"><h4>Mailing
Lists<a name="Mailing_Lists"></a></h4><p>Maven has a number of <a
href="./mail-lists.html">Mailing Lists</a>, and the Maven User List is specifically
dedicated to answering questions about all Maven things.</p></div><div class="section"><h4>IRC
(Internet Relay Chat)<a name="IRC_Internet_Relay_Chat"></a></h4><p>Log
into the <tt>#maven</tt> IRC channel on <tt>irc.codehaus.org</tt>.
If you would like to access this over a web interface, you can do so at <a class="externalLink"
href="http://irc.codehaus.org/">http://irc.codehaus.org/</a> or <a class="externalLink"
href="irc://irc.codehaus.org/maven">irc://irc.codehaus.org/maven</a>.</p></div></div></div>
+        <div class="section"><h2>The Maven Community<a name="The_Maven_Community"></a></h2><p>Maven,
like any other opensource project, relies heavily on the efforts of the entire user community
to be ever vigilent for improvements, logging of defects, communicating use-cases, generating
documentation, and being wary of other users in need. This is a quick guide outlining what
members of the Maven community may do to make the system work better for everyone.</p><div
class="section"><h3>Helping With Maven<a name="Helping_With_Maven"></a></h3><p>There
is already a comprehensive <a href="./guides/development/guide-helping.html">Guide to
Helping With Maven</a>. That guide focuses upon beginning as a supporter, with information
on how to help the coding effort.</p><div class="section"><h4>Commit Questions
or Answers to the Maven User FAQ<a name="Commit_Questions_or_Answers_to_the_Maven_User_FAQ"></a></h4><p>Documentation
is currently a very high priority for the Maven community. 
 Please help out where ever you can, specifically in the work-in-progress <a class="externalLink"
href="http://docs.codehaus.org/display/MAVENUSER/FAQs">FAQ Wiki</a>.</p></div><div
class="section"><h4>Help Log Defects in JIRA<a name="Help_Log_Defects_in_JIRA"></a></h4><p>Just
as any other healthy project requires a quick turn-around on defects, and a transparent method
of users to have their wishes heard, so too does Maven need your help. Refer to the <a
href="./issue-tracking.html">Issue Tracking</a> page.</p></div><div
class="section"><h4>Developers<a name="Developers"></a></h4><p>For
Maven developers, commiters, PMC: there is a <a href="./developers/index.html">Developers
Guide</a>.</p></div></div><div class="section"><h3>Being
a Good Maven Citizen<a name="Being_a_Good_Maven_Citizen"></a></h3><p>The
concept of a public repository built into the core architecture of Maven makes it necessarily
community-centric. There are a few simple things that Maven users may do to help k
 eep that community thriving.</p><div class="section"><h4>Be a Kind Public
Repository User<a name="Be_a_Kind_Public_Repository_User"></a></h4><p>The
best thing that a user can do is to set up their own remote repository mirror containing the
projects needed. There are several tools to make this simpler, such as <a class="externalLink"
href="http://nexus.sonatype.org/">Nexus</a> or <a class="externalLink" href="http://maven.apache.org/archiva/">Archiva</a>.
This reduces strain on the Maven central repository, and allows new users to get acquainted
with Maven easier and quicker. This is especially important for power-users and corporations.
The incentive behind this is, controlling your own servers can give you desired level of security
and more control over uptime, resulting in a better experience for your users. With that said,
keep the following sentiment in mind:</p><p><i>DO NOT wget THE ENTIRE REPOSITORY!</i></p><p>Please
take only the jars you need. We understand this is 
 may entail more work, but grabbing all 9+ Gigs of binaries really kills our servers.</p></div><div
class="section"><h4>Host a Mirror<a name="Host_a_Mirror"></a></h4><p>As
an extention to the previous statement, if you have access to a large data repository with
lots of bandwidth, please consider becomming a mirror for the Maven central repository.</p><p>As
you can imagine, thousands of users downloading can put quite a strain on one server. If you
wish to be a mirror, please file a request in the <a class="externalLink" href="http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MPA">Maven
Project Administration</a> JIRA project.</p></div><div class="section"><h4>Host
a Public Repository<a name="Host_a_Public_Repository"></a></h4><p>If
you have any projects that you wish others to use, host them on your own public repository.
That way, your users can simply add your repository to their own project repo list, and viola!
Maven can keep you and your users in synch, growing your user-base due simply 
 to its new-found ease of use.</p></div></div><div class="section"><h3>User
Gathering Spots<a name="User_Gathering_Spots"></a></h3><p>These are
a few of the watering holes around which Maven users tend to gather.</p><div class="section"><h4>Mailing
Lists<a name="Mailing_Lists"></a></h4><p>Maven has a number of <a
href="./mail-lists.html">Mailing Lists</a>, and the Maven User List is specifically
dedicated to answering questions about all Maven things.</p></div><div class="section"><h4>IRC
(Internet Relay Chat)<a name="IRC_Internet_Relay_Chat"></a></h4><p>Log
into the <tt>#maven</tt> IRC channel on <tt>irc.codehaus.org</tt>.
</p></div></div></div>
       </div>
     </div>
     <div class="clear">

Modified: websites/staging/maven/trunk/content/maven-site-1.0-site.jar
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