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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] casetudy.xml
Date Sun, 23 Nov 2003 19:56:22 GMT
Thank you kindly.  We appreciate it!  I've no good way of doing an automated
system for sourceforge.  For Apache it's rather easy with the mentioned
email verification, but anyone can get a sourceforge account.  Only apache
committers can get an apache account.  That being said there are over 700
committers to Apache as a whole and many of them work for IBM and other
large companies.  I'd suggest select a limited set of projects to which you
feel gratitude, grab the committers's names and put them on a list.  Not
everyone conducts surveys, of course, so understand some folks may not take
you up on it.  Just my suggestion.

For me, your spirited testimonial is thanks enough.  It makes it easier to
make a case for POI when folks show that the path has been successfully
taken by others.  Thanks again!


On 11/21/03 1:15 PM, "Vivek Bhaskaran" <vivek@questionpro.com> wrote:

> Hello Guys:
> I'd like to submit a patch to the case study web page. Attached is the cvs
> diff for the casestudy forrest xml file.
> I cannot tell you guys how POI saved our butt! I love it! It's the baddest
> opensource framework I've used so far...So much relevant!
> I'd really like to "Give back" to the open-source community. I am trying
> to devise a mechanism to give free licenses to the commiters of
> open-source projects (apache, sourceforge etc.) to our online survey
> service.
> I cant think of a good way (automated) of doing this except for checking
> for email addresses (username@apache.org)... If someone can give me a good
> idea I'd really appreciate that...
> Anyways, if you have any questions about the patch.. I'll be monitoring
> the mailing list...
> Thanks,

Andrew C. Oliver
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