[linux-elitists] Yugma online meeting site testing Linux support (was: Followup on "Show us the Code" letter)

Don Marti dmarti@zgp.org
Thu Apr 26 11:00:50 PDT 2007


For all you Free Java testers out there:

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Hi Don,

 

A colleague just sent me the short thread below. My sincere apologies for not
being clear about where beta release supporting Linux sits. I see that Matthew
Galgoci at Red Hat tried to test Yugma out, but he went to the production site
at www.yugma.com instead of the beta test site http://test.yugma.com . I will
write to him immediately to let him know. The only caveat about the beta
version on the test platform is that the services and bandwidth is not the same
level as available in our production systems. So if people see slower
performance, it’s due to the nature of the test platform.

 

Also, we are planning to move the Linux compatible version of Yugma to the
production site over the weekend. It supports Red Hat Enterprise 4.0, Mandriva,
Open SUSE, Fedora, Debian, and Centos. We are currently still testing Ubuntu.

 

If you could be so kind as to mention this update to the linux-elitists group,
that would be really great.

 

Thanks!

Karel

 

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[linux-elitists] Followup on "Show us the Code" letter

Matthew Galgoci mgalgoci at redhat.com
Tue Apr 17 06:29:58 UTC 2007

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> Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 22:48:02 +0000

> From: Don Marti <dmarti at zgp.org>

> To: linux-elitists at zgp.org

> Subject: [linux-elitists] Followup on "Show us the Code" letter

> 

> Karel wants to organize a discussion among Linux

> users involved in "Show us the Code".  Passing this

> on at his request.

> 

> (Anyone tried this service with Linux and Free Java?

> If so, you might want to tell them it works and ask

> for an addition to the "Mac and PC Compatible" line

> on their site.)

 

Tried with the libgcjwebplugin from libgcj-4.1.2-8. No workee.

 

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