Thanks to all suggestions. I would also suggest for the time
being to put a link in the jakartaee GitHub wiki to existing
just to make sure developers expecting information on that wiki
have a pointer where to look for the information. I will take an
action to do this.
On 2019-06-27 10:42 a.m., Edward Bratt
e we have found is that the Eclipse wiki appears to be one
place where anyone in the community can become an author (If I
recall, all that's needed is an Eclipse account, but I'm sure
someone will set me straight if that's incorrect). The GitHub
repositories all have write-access limitations, specific to the
project within which they reside.
Personally, I would prefer this lives someplace that other
community members could, if they are so inclined, make updates
Let's try this -- start with the Eclipse wiki, add some
pointers from various top-level locations (https://jakarta.ee,
github.com/eclipse-ee4j/wiki, github.com/jakartaee/wiki etc.)
and see if that helps. If we are still having this trouble in a
month or two, we can look for another home location. You think
that works for you (and anyone else reading this thread)?
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