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From Jean-Baptiste Quenot <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: The future of the wicket stuff mailinglists
Date Tue, 21 Aug 2007 09:37:13 GMT
* Martijn Dashorst:
> I know this is a touchy feely issue and we have discussed this over
> again. With the migration of Wicket to Apache, the wicket stuff
> projects are more remotely administered than before. All the Wicket
> mailling lists have been migrated to Apache lists, and our community
> is gathering steam again at our new home.
> 
> There is one thing that still troubles me: the wicket stuff projects
> and the mailing lists of the project.
> 
> Wicket stuff can't live currently without the main wicket lists. The
> main lists (dev, commits, users) have a solid user base and that base
> needs to be informed about new initiatives, new releases etc.
> 
> Personally I really don't mind having the discussion concerning 'stuff
> projects on our Apache lists, in fact I prefer that, because it keeps
> the community together, and allows us to keep monitoring the projects
> for possible inclusion at Apache. Furthermore, most of the projects
> are maintained by core members, so it is odd to have discussions on
> separate lists, where even discussions may have consequences to the
> other project.
> 
> I propose the following bold move:
> 
>     shut down the wicket-stuff lists in favor of the apache based lists.

+1
-- 
     Jean-Baptiste Quenot
aka  John Banana   Qwerty
http://caraldi.com/jbq/

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