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From lukaszlen...@apache.org
Subject [struts-site] branch master updated: Converts page to MD
Date Tue, 03 Oct 2017 18:26:04 GMT
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lukaszlenart pushed a commit to branch master
in repository https://gitbox.apache.org/repos/asf/struts-site.git


The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/master by this push:
     new a62b89d  Converts page to MD
a62b89d is described below

commit a62b89dcc1f4111917363745520d9e7692d6ea81
Author: Lukasz Lenart <lukaszlenart@apache.org>
AuthorDate: Tue Oct 3 20:25:53 2017 +0200

    Converts page to MD
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 source/mail.md   | 110 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 2 files changed, 110 insertions(+), 208 deletions(-)

diff --git a/source/mail.html b/source/mail.html
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----
-layout: default
-title: Mailing Lists
----
-
-<h1>Mailing Lists</h1>
-<p>
-  A mailing list is an electronic discussion forum that anyone
-  can subscribe to. When someone sends an email message to the
-  mailing list, a copy of that message is broadcast to everyone who is
-  subscribed to that mailing list. Mailing lists are the primary means of
-  communication for people working within the Apache Struts Project.
-</p>
-
-<p class="alert alert-block alert-error">
-  <strong>HEADS UP!</strong><br/>
-
-  A message sent to a public mailing list
-  cannot be unpublished. Although we might be able to modify our own
-  mail archives, the message is mirrored to a lot of other archiving
-  systems which we do not have under control. Therefore
-  almost 100% of all delete requests are denied. Please make
-  sure you <strong>do not send any potential sensitive information to the mailing list</strong>,
-  including passwords, server names, ips and so on.
-</p>
-
-<h2>Subscribing</h2>
-
-<table class="table table-striped table-condensed">
-  <tr>
-    <th>Name</th>
-    <th>Subscribe</th>
-    <th>Unsubscribe</th>
-    <th>Description</th>
-  </tr>
-
-  <tr>
-    <td><a href="https://lists.apache.org/list.html?announcements@struts.apache.org">Struts-Announcements</a></td>
-    <td><a href="mailto:announcements-subscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=subscribe&amp;body=subscribe">announcements-subscribe@struts.apache.org</a></td>
-    <td><a href="mailto:announcements-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=unsubscribe&amp;body=unsubscribe">announcements-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org</a></td>
-    <td>Major Announcements, low-volume, read only</td>
-  </tr>
-
-  <tr>
-    <td><a href="https://lists.apache.org/list.html?user@struts.apache.org">Struts-User</a></td>
-    <td><a href="mailto:user-subscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=subscribe&amp;body=subscribe">user-subscribe@struts.apache.org</a></td>
-    <td><a href="mailto:user-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=unsubscribe&amp;body=unsubscribe">user-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org</a></td>
-    <td>Contact to other Struts-users and ask questions on installation or features</td>
-  </tr>
-
-  <tr>
-    <td>Users Digest</td>
-    <td><a href="mailto:user-digest-subscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=subscribe&amp;body=subscribe">user-digest-subscribe@struts.apache.org</a></td>
-    <td><a href="mailto:user-digest-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=unsubscribe&amp;body=unsubscribe">user-digest-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org</a></td>
-    <td>Get a daily digest of the Struts Users list</td>
-  </tr>
-</table>
-
-<p class="alert alert-success">
-  You can use a web interface as well if you want to post a question <a href="https://lists.apache.org/list.html?user@struts.apache.org">https://lists.apache.org/</a>
-</p>
-
-<a class="anchor" name="archives"></a>
-
-<p>
-  You can read the <a href="http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/struts-user/">ASF
Mail</a>
-  or the <a href="http://markmail.org/list/org.apache.struts.users/">Mark Mail</a>
Archives if you
-  are looking for older discussions. There are many other archives out there as well.
-</p>
-
-<p class="alert alert-success">
-  If you want to <strong>discuss patches or contribute to Struts</strong> you
should
-  subscribe to the <a href="dev-mail.html">developers list</a>.
-</p>
-
-<h2>Guidelines</h2>
-<p>
-  Mailing lists provide a simple and effective communication
-  mechanism. With potentially thousands of subscribers, there is a
-  common set of etiquette guidelines that you should observe. Please keep
-  on reading.
-</p>
-
-<p class="alert alert-box alert-error">
-  <strong>
-    Join the lists that are appropriate for your
-    discussion.
-  </strong>
-  <br/>
-  Please make sure that you are joining the list that is
-  appropriate for the topic or product that you would like to discuss. For
-  example, please do not join the Struts mailing list and ask
-  questions about Tomcat. Instead, you should join the Tomcat User list and ask your
-  questions there.
-</p>
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="respect"></a>Respect the mailing list type.</h3>
-
-<p>
-  The "User" list is where you can send questions and comments about
-  configuration, setup, usage and other "user" types of questions.
-  The focus of the user list should be one "how" to do
-  something with the framework we have today.
-  The focus of the dev list is how we want to do something
-  with a future version of the framework.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-  The "Developer" (or "Dev") list is where you can send questions and
-  comments about the actual software source code and general
-  "development" types of questions. Questions about the "future" of Struts are
-  best addressed to the dev list.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-  Some questions may seem appropriate for posting on both the
-  "user" and the "developer" lists. In this case, pick one and only one.
-  Do not cross post, unless a Committer asks that the
-  thread be moved to the other list.
-</p>
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="post"></a>Do not cross post messages.</h3>
-
-<p>
-  In other words, pick a mailing list and send your messages
-  to that mailing list only. Do not send your messages to multiple mailing
-  lists. The reason is that people may be subscribed to one list and not to the
-  other. Therefore, some people will only see part of the conversation.
-</p>
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="reply-to"></a>Watch where you are sending email.</h3>
-
-<p>
-  The majority of our mailing lists have set the Reply-To to
-  go back to the list. That means that when you Reply to a message, it will
-  go to the list and not to the original author directly. The reason is
-  because it helps facilitate discussion on the list for everyone to benefit
-  from. Be careful of this as sometimes you may intend to reply to a message
-  directly to someone instead of the entire list.
-</p>
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="plain"></a>Do not send HTML emails to the
list.</h3>
-
-<p>
-  If you are using Outlook or Outlook Express or Eudora,
-  chances are that you are sending HTML email by default. There is usually a
-  setting that will allow you to send "Plain Text" email.
-</p>
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="short"></a>Keep your email short and to the
point.</h3>
-
-<p>
-  If your email is more than about a page of text, chances
-  are that it won't get read by very many people. It is much better to
-  try to pack a lot of informative information (see above about asking
-  smart questions) into as small of an email as possible. If you are replying
-  to a previous email, it is a good idea to only quote the parts that you
-  are replying to and to remove the unnecessary bits. This makes it
-  easier for people to follow a thread as well as making the email archives
-  easier to search and read.
-</p>
-
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="trolls"></a>Don't feed the trolls.</h3>
-
-<blockquote>
-  <p>
-    "In Internet terminology, a troll is a person who posts rude or offensive messages on
the
-    Internet, such as in online discussion forums, to disrupt discussion or to upset its
-    participants (see Anonymous Internet posting). "Troll" can also mean the message itself
or be a
-    verb meaning to post such messages. "Trolling" is also commonly used to describe the
activity."
-  </p>
-
-  <p>
-    For more, see
-    <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_trolls">Internet Trolls</a>
-    in the Wikipedia.
-  </p>
-</blockquote>
-
-<p>
-  If someone makes an off-topic post that offends you,
-  our best advice is to filter posts from that person to the trash.
-  When subscribers do choose to respond, sometimes a thread
-  will feed on itself, and grow out of control.
-  When that happens, our best advice is to filter the entire thread to the trash.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-  Our spam filters will catch most types of commercial spam,
-  but troll spam is a hard for software to spot.
-  The best defense is to withhold from the troll what he or she wants most: A response.
-</p>
-
-<h3><a class="anchor" name="smart"></a>Ask smart questions.</h3>
-
-<p>
-  Every volunteer project obtains its strength from the
-  people involved in it. You are welcome to join any of our mailing lists.
-  You can choose to lurk, or actively participate; it's up to you.
-  The level of community responsiveness to specific questions is
-  generally directly proportional to the amount of effort you spend formulating
-  your question. Eric Raymond and Rick Moen have even written an
-  essay entitled
-  <a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html">&quot;Asking Smart
Questions&quot;</a>
-  precisely on this topic. Please read the essay, follow its advice,
-  and then post your smart questions to the appropriate list.
-</p>
diff --git a/source/mail.md b/source/mail.md
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9f7fab3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/source/mail.md
@@ -0,0 +1,110 @@
+---
+layout: default
+title: Mailing Lists
+---
+
+# Mailing Lists
+A mailing list is an electronic discussion forum that anyone can subscribe to. When someone
sends an email message 
+to the mailing list, a copy of that message is broadcast to everyone who is subscribed to
that mailing list. Mailing 
+lists are the primary means ofcommunication for people working within the Apache Struts Project.
+
+**HEADS UP!**
+
+A message sent to a public mailing list cannot be unpublished. Although we might be able
to modify our own mail archives, 
+the message is mirrored to a lot of other archiving systems which we do not have under control.
Therefore almost 100% 
+of all delete requests are denied. Please make sure you **do not send any potential sensitive
information to the mailing list<**,
+including passwords, server names, ips and so on.
+{:.alert .alert-block .alert-error}
+
+## Subscribing
+
+|Name|Subscribe|Unsubscribe|Description|
+|----|---------|-----------|-----------|
+|[Struts-Announcements](https://lists.apache.org/list.html?announcements@struts.apache.org)|[announcements-subscribe@struts.apache.org](mailto:announcements-subscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=subscribe&amp;body=subscribe)|[announcements-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org](mailto:announcements-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=unsubscribe&amp;body=unsubscribe)|Major
Announcements, low-volume, read only|
+|[Struts-User](https://lists.apache.org/list.html?user@struts.apache.org)|[user-subscribe@struts.apache.org](mailto:user-subscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=subscribe&amp;body=subscribe)|[user-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org](mailto:user-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=unsubscribe&amp;body=unsubscribe)|Contact
to other Struts-users and ask questions on installation or features|
+|Users Digest|[user-digest-subscribe@struts.apache.org](mailto:user-digest-subscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=subscribe&amp;body=subscribe)|[user-digest-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org](mailto:user-digest-unsubscribe@struts.apache.org?subject=unsubscribe&amp;body=unsubscribe)|Get
a daily digest of the Struts Users list|
+  
+You can use a web interface as well if you want to post a question [https://lists.apache.org/](https://lists.apache.org/list.html?user@struts.apache.org)
+{:.alert .alert-success}
+
+You can read the [ASF Mail](http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/struts-user) or the
[Mark Mail](http://markmail.org/list/org.apache.struts.users)
+Archives if you are looking for older discussions. There are many other archives out there
as well.
+{:.anchor name=archives}
+
+
+If you want to **discuss patches or contribute to Struts** you should subscribe to the [developers
list](dev-mail.html).
+{:.alert .alert-success}
+
+## Guidelines
+
+Mailing lists provide a simple and effective communication mechanism. With potentially thousands
of subscribers, there 
+is a common set of etiquette guidelines that you should observe. Please keep on reading.
+
+**Join the lists that are appropriate for your discussion.**
+
+Please make sure that you are joining the list that is appropriate for the topic or product
that you would like to discuss. 
+For example, please do not join the Struts mailing list and ask questions about Tomcat. Instead,
you should join the Tomcat 
+User list and ask your questions there.
+{:.alert .alert-box .alert-error}
+
+### Respect the mailing list type
+
+The "User" list is where you can send questions and comments about configuration, setup,
usage and other "user" 
+types of questions. The focus of the user list should be one "how" to do something with the
framework we have today.
+The focus of the dev list is how we want to do something with a future version of the framework.
+
+The "Developer" (or "Dev") list is where you can send questions and comments about the actual
software source code 
+and general "development" types of questions. Questions about the "future" of Struts are
best addressed to the dev list.
+
+Some questions may seem appropriate for posting on both the "user" and the "developer" lists.
In this case, pick one 
+and only one. Do not cross post, unless a Committer asks that the thread be moved to the
other list.
+
+### Do not cross post messages.
+
+In other words, pick a mailing list and send your messages to that mailing list only. Do
not send your messages to multiple 
+mailing lists. The reason is that people may be subscribed to one list and not to the other.
Therefore, some people will 
+only see part of the conversation.
+
+### Watch where you are sending email.
+
+The majority of our mailing lists have set the Reply-To to go back to the list. That means
that when you Reply to a message, 
+it will go to the list and not to the original author directly. The reason is because it
helps facilitate discussion 
+on the list for everyone to benefit from. Be careful of this as sometimes you may intend
to reply to a message directly 
+to someone instead of the entire list.
+
+### Do not send HTML emails to the list.
+
+If you are using Outlook or Outlook Express or Eudora, chances are that you are sending HTML
email by default. There is 
+usually a setting that will allow you to send "Plain Text" email.
+
+### Keep your email short and to the point.
+
+If your email is more than about a page of text, chances are that it won't get read by very
many people. It is much better 
+to try to pack a lot of informative information (see above about asking smart questions)
into as small of an email as possible. 
+If you are replying to a previous email, it is a good idea to only quote the parts that you
are replying to and to remove 
+the unnecessary bits. This makes it easier for people to follow a thread as well as making
the email archives easier 
+to search and read.
+
+### Don't feed the trolls.
+
+> "In Internet terminology, a troll is a person who posts rude or offensive messages on
the Internet, such as in online 
+> discussion forums, to disrupt discussion or to upset its participants (see Anonymous
Internet posting). "Troll" can 
+> also mean the message itself or be a verb meaning to post such messages. "Trolling"
is also commonly used to describe 
+> the activity."
+>
+> For more, see [Internet Trolls](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_trolls) in the
Wikipedia.
+
+If someone makes an off-topic post that offends you, our best advice is to filter posts from
that person to the trash.
+When subscribers do choose to respond, sometimes a thread will feed on itself, and grow out
of control. When that happens, 
+our best advice is to filter the entire thread to the trash.
+
+Our spam filters will catch most types of commercial spam, but troll spam is a hard for software
to spot. The best defense 
+is to withhold from the troll what he or she wants most: A response.
+
+### Ask smart questions.
+
+Every volunteer project obtains its strength from the people involved in it. You are welcome
to join any of our mailing 
+lists. You can choose to lurk, or actively participate; it's up to you. The level of community
responsiveness to specific 
+questions is generally directly proportional to the amount of effort you spend formulating
your question. Eric Raymond 
+and Rick Moen have even written an essay entitled [Asking Smart Questions](http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html)
+precisely on this topic. Please read the essay, follow its advice, and then post your smart
questions to the appropriate list.

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