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From Sam Ruby <ru...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [proposal] creation of communitity.apache.org
Date Sun, 01 Dec 2002 23:07:54 GMT
My opinions exactly match Ken's below.

- Sam Ruby

Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
> it looks like several issues are getting conflated again.
> 
> 1. should people be permitted to have/publish *.apache.org/~name pages?
> 2. should they follow any sort of guidelines?
> 3. should there be a list of them?
> 4. should a list be mandatory or opt-in only?
> 5. is it an all-or-nothing proposition (everyone has them or no-one does)?
> 
> here's my personal take on these questions:
> 
> 1. should people be permitted to have/publish *.apache.org/~name pages?
> 
> +1
> 
> 2. should they follow any sort of guidelines?
> 
> -0 (+1 if it's no more than 'don't put anything here that might reflect
> poorly on the asf')
> 
> 3. should there be a list of them?
> 
> +1.  data-driven, either through something in peoples' cvs.apache.org/~name/
> directory, like the one-off '.nopublish' i mentioned earlier, or a ~/.homepage
> like sam (?) suggested, or whatever.
> 
> 4. should a list be mandatory or opt-in only?
> 
> opt-in, of course.
> 
> 5. is it an all-or-nothing proposition (everyone has them or no-one does)?
> 
> -1.  someone tries to force its opinion on me about how i may choose to
> express myself and describe my participation in the asf, i tell it to sod
> off in no uncertain terms.  if someone doesn't like it, then it should
> a) not do it, and b) not look at others.  but don't obstruct people who
> think the idea has value, particularly since it won't affect *you* in any way.
> (generic 'you' there, not anyone in mind at all.)


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