Project Proposal: JFX
richard.bair at oracle.com
Fri Oct 28 03:43:34 UTC 2011
Ya, sorry for the confusion, when I think of infrastructure I'm thinking of bug database and code review systems, but for workspaces, project pages, and mailing lists we would use all the OpenJDK infrastructure from day one.
On Oct 27, 2011, at 8:13 PM, Brian Beck <brian.beck at oracle.com> wrote:
> Hi Fernando:
> Just to be clear the project will be using the OpenJDK infrastructure. The Mercurial repos, mailing lists and project pages will all be under openjdk.java.net. It's just that the bug database will stay where it is on Kenai until a) all the source has been opened and b) OpenJDK has a public bug database that we can use. As you say, it's common sense to put our project at openjdk.java.net.
> On 10/27/11 8:01 PM, Fernando Cassia wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 23:26, Richard Bair<richard.bair at oracle.com> wrote:
>>> So rather than convert over now and then again later, we'll just likely
>>> wait for the new infrastructure. Also, I _think_ our version of JIRA is
>>> newer than the java.net one.
>> Hi Richard,
>> My comment was based purely on brand name recognition. I never understood
>> the need for "Kenai" anyway, Java.net was just fine.
>> But given that there are two similar projects, Kenai.com and Java.net, my
>> common sense guess is that Java-related projects would go to Java-net and
>> non-Java open source projects would go to Kenai, right?.
>> I remember reading earlier this year (February-March I think that all the
>> old Java.net infrastructure was moving to the kenai back-end under the
>> hood, so, I wonder if you have checked lately for the version of Jira on
>> Java.net. Chances are that by now both are synced, ie running under the
>> same back-end.
>> But of course, I could be wrong. :)
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