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From Bruce Atherton <>
Subject Re: Updated Apache Ant listing in the EOS Directory
Date Wed, 07 Nov 2007 00:37:26 GMT
Hi, Ryck.

The Ant developer mailing list is probably the best place to post 
messages that are meant to address the community of Ant committers. This 
would likely be true of many other open source projects, as well. I've 
cced the mailing list so that others have a chance to review your Ant 
page and offer any information to enhance it. If you don't wish to 
become a member of the mailing list, you can follow any subsequent 
conversation by reading the archives[1].

I think that where a link to your site would make the most sense on the 
Ant site is on the Ant resources page[2] and/or the ExternalResources 
Wiki page[3]. Typically, you would provide a patch for the resources 
page in order to make that happen.

I hope that helps.

[3] wrote:
> Dear Bruce,
> I'm Ryck Lent, Community Manager of the Enterprise Open Source 
> Directory (EOS Directory). I'm not sure if you're the right person to 
> contact but I wanted to check in with someone associated with Apache 
> Ant about the project's updated listing in the EOS directory, located 
> here:
> If you're not the right person, please help me by forwarding this 
> request to the right project team member.
> Ant has been submitted, published and has earned a 3-star rating in 
> our directory of enterprise-class open source solutions. Congratulations!
> Here are some ways Ant team members could enhance the information  in 
> the directory:
>     * If you have case studies available, please upload them here: 
> You may need to complete 
> a short registration first.
>     * If you'd like to showcase Ant's rating and participation in the 
> directory, please use the widget code snippet below on your project 
> site. It links directly to Ant's entry in the directory and lets 
> visitors get more third-party validation of your project's 
> highly-rated characteristics. Look at the bottom of the Ant listing in 
> the directory to see the ratings widget.
>     * There is NO fee or other consideration for contributing case 
> studies or using the EOS rating widget. They're free.
> The EOS Directory provides IT decision makers and the global 
> enterprise open source community with an in-depth resource for 
> locating and learning about enterprise-ready open source platforms, 
> components, frameworks and solutions. EOS Directory components include:
>     * The Software Directory:
>     * A library of EOS case studies:
>     * The EOS News blog:
>     * User forums for each project:
>     * Background information on selecting and implementing  enterprise 
> open source solutions:
> Feel free to contact me with additional background material such as 
> case studies, version upgrades and licensing enhancements to keep the 
> Ant directory listing up-to-date. Contributions to the blog and to the 
> Ant dedicated EOS forum are also welcome.
> Welcome to the EOS Directory -- please keep in touch!
> Ryck Lent
> Community Manager
> Here's the ratings widget code for your site:
> <a href=""><SCRIPT 
> type="text/javascript" language="Javascript" 
> src=""></SCRIPT> </a>

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