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From Henning Schmiedehausen <...@intermeta.de>
Subject [Fwd: ReOrg of the Turbine CVS repositories]
Date Fri, 13 Aug 2004 07:40:37 GMT

you didn't got this mail when I first sent it out, so I resend it. I
really would like to talk to you about a possible promotion of JCS out
of the Turbine project.


-----Forwarded Message-----
From: Henning Schmiedehausen <hps@intermeta.de>
To: turbine-jcs-dev@jakarta.apache.org
Cc: Turbine Development List <turbine-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Subject: ReOrg of the Turbine CVS repositories
Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 23:32:40 +0200


on the turbine-dev list, we had a little discussion about the various
jakarta-turbine-* projects. One of these is jakarta-turbine-jcs, which
seems to be alive and well, but no longer connected to the main Turbine

There was a discussion on general@jakarta about turbine-jcs which went

I remember from the discussion (actually I cheated. I looked into my
mailbox :-) that there was thinking about moving JCS into jakarta
commons, a move that I personally no longer consider wise, because the
current state of commons would suddently pour a host of fellow jakarta
developers with commit rights over JCS.

My question now is: Are you folks feeling comfortable being "hidden"
under the umbrella of Jakarta Turbine or can we (we as in
"jakarta-turbine developers outside jcs")  somehow help you to promote
the JCS project into 2nd level status in either Jakarta or DB? 

It would be nice to reduce the twelve (!) different jakarta-turbine-*
CVS repositories back to a more sane number.

Opinions? Please send me a Cc or keep turbine-dev on the Cc list,
because I only browse the jcs-dev list on eyebrowse.

Dipl.-Inf. (Univ.) Henning P. Schmiedehausen          INTERMETA GmbH
hps@intermeta.de        +49 9131 50 654 0   http://www.intermeta.de/
RedHat Certified Engineer -- Jakarta Turbine Development  -- hero for hire
   Linux, Java, perl, Solaris -- Consulting, Training, Development

"Fighting for one's political stand is an honorable action, but re-
 fusing to acknowledge that there might be weaknesses in one's
 position - in order to identify them so that they can be remedied -
 is a large enough problem with the Open Source movement that it
 deserves to be on this list of the top five problems."
                       --Michelle Levesque, "Fundamental Issues with
                                    Open Source Software Development"

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