[torquedev] binary change to .JB files in 2.3-fixes branch!

Josh Butikofer josh at clusterresources.com
Thu May 21 15:43:18 MDT 2009

Well it sounds like we agree that we agreed that a community website would be 
good. :)

I wasn't arguing against having Bugzilla or a community website. I was just 
giving an example of how we have listened to the cry for greater community 
involvement in the past and it didn't work out as expected because the community 
didn't get involved (for whatever reason) even though the tool was provided. It 
would behoove all of us to make sure we try to utilize the new tools as much as 
possible--otherwise they do us no good. That's all I was saying.

Josh Butikofer
Cluster Resources, Inc.

Joshua Bernstein wrote:
> Glen Beane wrote:
>> On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 12:36 PM, Josh Butikofer
>> <josh at clusterresources.com> wrote:
>>> A few years ago the community wanted the docs on a wiki so they could be
>>> refined by people other than CRI. The theory was great, but 
>>> unfortunately
>>> the wiki was underutilized
>> Yeah, that was a bit of a failure as far as community participation
>> went.  I do think the wiki was kind of confusing though.  I couldn't
>> figure out how to create an account and login until someone told me I
>> had to create an account to download Maui and the wiki would use the
>> same username/password!
>> I think a community web presence might help foster community
>> contributions to things like a wiki, rather than burying it on a
>> corporate website
> I couldn't agree more. I feel like its been since at least around the 
> time of SuperComputing 08 that I've been pushing for more of a community 
> style website for TORQUE rather then something corporate. If anything, 
> it would surely foster more community participation.
> -Josh

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