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From Thilina Gunarathne <>
Subject Re: Welcome to
Date Thu, 04 Nov 2010 22:05:14 GMT
How about using prefixes for each project and then adding filters in the
mail clients, just like how we used to do in Axis2 as well as in ws-commons.


On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 4:26 AM, Jochen Wiedmann

> On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 1:11 AM, Daniel Kulp <> wrote:
> > The BEST model to look at is the commons project at Apache.   They have a
> very
> > diverse set of sub projects and have been very successful at being able
> to
> > provide adequate oversight on all the projects.   How do they do it: they
> > MANDATE that there are not separate dev lists for each project.
> It is also the best example of a mailing list with an extremely bad
> ratio between noise and content, at least for me.
> > If the traffic about a particulare subproject grows enough to overwelm
> the
> > rest of the projects, that's usually a sign that it's ready to spin out.
> > Thus, if you don't like it, start participating with XML-RPC, submit
> patches,
> > foster ideas, etc.... and help it grow to a point where it's ready to
> > graduate.
> XML-RPC is most likely not a project which will grow. It is in
> maintenance mode and has been just that for a couple of years. It is
> extremely unlikely that you have a chance to attract interest for the
> ws project under its contributors / users, unless they move their
> professional interest, which would be an event unrelated to either
> projects.
> Jochen
> --
> I Am What I Am And That's All What I Yam (Popeye)


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