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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject Re: [VOTE] New Committer Dan Sandberg
Date Sat, 25 May 2002 03:19:02 GMT
costinm@covalent.net <costinm@covalent.net> wrote:

> On Fri, 24 May 2002, Pier Fumagalli wrote:
> 
>>> If you want my advice - create a sourceforge account, do all the work
>>> on SSI there, and have fun. ( and maybe give access to other
>>> tomcat commiters who are interested to work on SSI ).
>> 
>> Very constructive, Costin, indeed... See my next email (at least I'm trying
>> to propose something)...
> 
> I believe I proposed something as well.

Indeed a very nice contribution... Go and fork our code out somewhere,
kewl... Nice, I like it...

> Sourceforge is an excelent place to write code and have fun.

I don't know, I don't play with them... I have a hard time enough in
maintainig our infrastructure, trying to write a module, and getting a
paycheck every month to feed my cats...

> And you can make the projects as open as you want and have the
> same technical resources ( or more ).

It still hurts that I kicked you out of Nagoya, huh? :)

> There are quite a few projects there that are doing pretty
> well ( JBoss ? ).

I would like to share what actually that community thinks of this community:

http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2002/03/20/jboss_interview.html

Nice freaks! :)

> I'm playing with ant-contrib and cpptasks right now, they even have a
> nice community. I think Coyote started as a sf project as well ( Remy ? )
> Same for Cactus, etc.

Why then you don't go and fork your own little Jakarta project at
sourceforge? I'm legally bound to this organization, and I have
responsibilities towards the other members of this community (like trying to
keep those mailing lists going) and frankly I kinda like it, but you're not,
nothing ties you down here... If you go on SourceForge, you can even write
an up-to-latest-version-of-the-spec compliant servlet engine... Loook! :)

    Pier


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