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AW: [xmlblaster-devel] Sourceforge debate (was Re: Browser callbacks with XMLBlaster)
Why changing a running system?
I can't see the advantages of changing to Sourceforge.
I often tried to understand their workflow, but I failed.
Maybe there are some developers, who spend a lot of time and understand
Sourceforge very well. But this is not valid for all developers.
My credo is: never touch a running system, even if you have many more
But the UserGuide ist a very good idea ;-)
> -----Ursprungliche Nachricht-----
> Von: owner-xmlblaster-devel at server.xmlBlaster.org
> [mailto:owner-xmlblaster-devel at server.xmlBlaster.org]Im Auftrag von Ben
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 13. August 2002 19:42
> An: xmlblaster-devel at server.xmlBlaster.org
> Betreff: [xmlblaster-devel] Sourceforge debate (was Re: Browser
> callbacks with XMLBlaster)
> Marcel wrote:
> >Michele.Laghi at swisscom.com wrote:
> >>I think that having an own server and an own homepage is always
> an advantage. Anyway SourceForge is centralized and always a good
> page on which to start searching for Open Source projects. For
> that reason I think it would be a good idea to be present there
> too (for example JBoss has its own page and is present on
> SourceForge too). So I personally would prefere to keep our
> project where it is but at the same time publish and make it
> available on SourceForge.
> I completely agree with this.... my experience has been that my search
> for MOM (especially firewall-friendly MOM) took a lot longer than it
> might have if you had been on Sourceforge. That is generally my first
> stop, and they always have something!
> I also feel as though the development community is more likely to find
> out about it and contribute to it if it's on Sourceforge. One reason is
> that people are used to contributing to Sourceforge projects, so the
> details of the workflow activities are known and familiar.
> >If somebody is willing to do it, it is possibly a good idea.
> >I heared Sourceforge has a compile farm with all OS you can think of
> >this would be nice to test our C++ clients.
> >Probably they even have some Windows boxes which i never
> >could test on :-)
> I've never used the compile farm for client-side stuff, so I don't know
> how that works.
> I may be willing and able to spend a little time on this move in the
> next week or two, depending on my level of success and speed in using
> XMLBlaster on my paying gig! I would need a good deal of guidance and
> pointers to where everything is, how it's structured, etc. on your
> current site, but I'd be happy to do a good bit of the grunt work of
> moving and organizing things, if I have the time.
> In the meantime, I'll be trying to pick your brains in order to use
> XMLBlaster for the paying gig. Perhaps I'll take notes and start
> putting together a User's Guide. Knowing me, however, I won't :-(