jini.org is currently hosted at Dreamhost and is run on Mediawiki.
I'm open to whatever the community decides. It's been frustrating combating
the spammers while trying to keep jini.org as open as possible (per wiki
culture). I'd be more defensive of keeping the site if the community had
taken greater ownership of it, but a lot of the content is stuff I copied
from the previous site (like the Jini specs and all the content from Jini
Community Meetings). I'd really hate to lose the JCM stuff, in particular.
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 8:23 AM, Rick Innis <rick@inni...> wrote:
> This is just a heads up that we have to decide if we want to
>> keep Jini.org around. The site has been around since the
>> inception of the Jini Community in 1999, and has gone through
>> a number of transformations over the years. It's current state
>> is that it is wiki-based and hosted by Dreamhost.
> I use Dreamhost for my own hosting, and I'd be happy to add the jini.orgsite to that.
> We have an outstanding bill for $239.40 that is due by July 8th to keep
>> the site going.
> I' also happy to chip in towards this.
> We can either:
>> - try to consolidate and move the content to Apache River,
>> - figure out how to fund the Jini.org site, or
>> - just let the site (and content) expire.
> I agree with Patrick that the domain name should be kept up. I think
> migrating the useful content to the Apache River project is probably a good
> idea, and eventually redirecting jini.org there - it makes it clear that
> there's one source for the project.
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