[antlr-interest] anybody have opinions on blogging systems written in Java?
parrt at cs.usfca.edu
Sat Feb 28 11:29:42 PST 2004
On Feb 27, 2004, at 11:20 PM, Kaleb Pederson wrote:
> I've been much less than impressed with the jguru message board, if
> what its officially called. There's very little activity and, in
> most people don't seem to get many responses. Jguru, however, does
> have a
> lot of nice faq information.
The issue is that there is the mailing list and the forum; people are
rightly only interested in monitoring one area.
> I would like to see a really active forum, but not as a replacement to
> mailing list. It's much easier for me to look through a folder in my
> as I have time than it is to go out to a forum when I only have a
> minute or
Any system I come up with must have an email gateway in/out. :)
> Sometimes the breakdown of topics makes it harder to find things as
> depending on the size and activity of the board as well.
> I suppose that doesn't really answer your question, but I guess it
> fits under
> my opinion ;)
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