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

Joshua Bernstein jbernstein at penguincomputing.com
Thu May 21 15:59:24 MDT 2009

Agreed :-)


Josh Butikofer wrote:
> 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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