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Subject svn commit: r159527 - struts/core/trunk/doc/volunteers.xml
Date Wed, 30 Mar 2005 22:00:31 GMT
Author: niallp
Date: Wed Mar 30 14:00:30 2005
New Revision: 159527

Add Hubert, move David to 'active' and correct Chair


Modified: struts/core/trunk/doc/volunteers.xml
--- struts/core/trunk/doc/volunteers.xml (original)
+++ struts/core/trunk/doc/volunteers.xml Wed Mar 30 14:00:30 2005
@@ -82,14 +82,18 @@
                <strong>James Turner</strong>
                (turner at</li>
+               <li>
+               <strong>Hubert Rabago</strong>
+               (hrabago at</li>
+               <li>
+               <strong>David Geary</strong>
+               (dgeary at</li>
          <section name="Emeritus Committers" href="comitters.emeritus">
-               <li>David Geary</li>
                <li>Luis Arias</li>
                <li>Pierre Delilse</li>
@@ -106,7 +110,7 @@
          <section name="More About Us" href="about">
-            <h4 id="craigmcc">Craig R. McClanahan -- PMC Chair</h4>
+            <h4 id="craigmcc">Craig R. McClanahan -- PMC Member</h4>
             <p>I've been involved with servlet and JSP technology since around 1998.
It started out that I needed a way to build some web applications for several projects, and
liked Java a lot better than the alternatives. I also liked the price tag of open source software,
and started using Apache JServ -- later, getting involved in the project (like many people,
I was whining about the twelve months it took to get from version 0.9 to version 1.0, and
my son said "Dad, you know Java -- go help them finish it!" -- so I did :-).</p>
@@ -148,7 +152,7 @@
             <p>From a professional point of view, I have a Ph.D. in computer science.
I have worked for 3 years in the R&amp;D department of a worldwide company developing
Internet banking solutions. I am now a researcher at a university, and work European research
projects. My main research interest is WWW, Distributed Systems and Object Oriented Design.
When developing code, I always try to first propose reusable pieces of code.</p>
-            <h4 id="martinc">Martin Cooper -- PMC Member</h4>
+            <h4 id="martinc">Martin Cooper -- PMC Chair</h4>
               Early in the year 2000, I was asked, by my employer at that time,
               to investigate the best way to develop a new web-based application

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