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From Nicola Ken Barozzi <>
Subject Re: cvs commit: incubator/site/projects xmlbeans.cwiki
Date Tue, 29 Jun 2004 07:29:42 GMT

Cliff Schmidt wrote:

> Noel J. Bergman wrote on Monday, June 28, 2004 10:53 PM:
>>I'm not sure we want to delete all the content.  Just move it to the
>>successful part of the projects page, and leave the content as a
>>record of what had happened.  Mind you, nothing is lost, since the
>>page is maintained in source control if people want to see the
> Your last point is exactly why I thought it would be okay to get
> rid of the long check list on the page.  I just thought that if 
> someone stumbled upon the web page, that it should be very clear
> about it no longer being an active page and that they should go
> to the project web site.  
> However, I don't really feel that strongly about it.  I can 
> restore the content.  I'll try to find a way to highlight the
> fact that it is no longer an active page.


> Another question is whether we want successfully incubated 
> projects to still be listed under the Projects tab?  

Nope :-)

> If so, the
> tab will eventually get pretty long; if not, would removing a
> project from the tab (from site.xml) lead to other consequences, 
> such as not being able to link to the status page from the 
> "Successfully Incubated" projects table?

Forrest renders any link it finds on his way, be it in the navigation or 
not. But indirect linking needs the name to remain in the site.xml.
Just remove the label, and it can remain in site.xml without being 
rendered on the site.

> BTW, in doing these changes (xmlbeans move and beehive addition),
> I noticed the Geronimo page was getting a 404.  See the link
> from  After 
> rebuilding the site, it worked fine on my machine.  So, once the
> new check-in to incubator-site goes live, I think the 404 will
> be fixed.  I didn't originally move geronimo because I wasn't 
> sure what was going on with the 404, but if it is all back and
> working again I can take care of that at the same time I roll
> back the xmlbeans status page.

Nicola Ken Barozzi         
             - verba volant, scripta manent -
    (discussions get forgotten, just code remains)

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