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From "Adam Fowler" <>
Subject RE: Newbies UNITE!
Date Sat, 24 Feb 2001 20:54:00 GMT

Maybe it would be better and a hell of a lot simpler to form a
"documentation group" to get the docs done. Then everyone could use them and
live happily ever after.

Come to think of it, who is responsible for the tomcat/mod_jk docs atm?


Adam Fowler
Second year Computer Science undergraduate
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Carroll College, WI, USA(2000-2001)
"Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end"

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of aras
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2001 4:40 PM
Subject: Newbies UNITE!

I admit it, I'm a ... newbie.  It makes me ill having to admit that
I've been coding for almost twenty years.  Old dogs new tricks.

Here's the deal.

I've been trying to use TomCat for about a month.  That time isn't work
because I'm doing this at night (2-3 hours per).  Anyway, I've been on this
list for all that time and have seen literally thousands of emails.  Most of
them being in the newbie variety.

Here's what I'm thinking.  If there are ten to fifteen newbies out there who
are in somewhat of my situation, let's join forces and kick this thing in
butt.  Now, I would imagine if your using TomCat 8 HR/Day (meaning "it's
job"), you'll be going too fast for us.  You might want to stick to this

We need the ability to exchange massive amount of information.  Everything
e-mail to chat.  In fact, if you have any communications ideas I'm willing
listen.  I guess it would be almost like a TUG (TomCat User Group) except we
won't have any experts.  We'll be able to use tomcat-user list for the
type questions.  I'd like us to develop "our own" How-To's and eventually ,
they turn out correct, submit them to the project.

Reply directly to me and include to this list if you'd like

The time is now.


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