EDIT: it's not that I'm bitter or anything, it's just that I expect most people around here haven't found anything in java.net's system useful enough that they really care what happens with java.net.
I'm not sure there's anything to say to the java.net community, seeing as the general consensus appears to be that java.net's collabnet system is a PITA to many of us, and appears to get in the way at almost every opportunity
I'm guessing it's just the wrong tool for the job, but I haven't yet found a single feature of collabnet that I was pleased to have (and it's the first system I've met that made me positively *yearn* for PHPgroupware!). The fact that it's so slow (page loads) doesn't exactly win points either
Shrug. Maybe it's just me. But as it stands the only aspect of java.net I care about is to get the javagaming stuff off it as fast as possible
, and get us better webpages, better features, faster servers, and dispense with the confusing and timewasting collabnet permissions system - and then maybe it would be sufficiently easy for the GTG to do the things they've wanted for the last few years but haven't that they could actually do them. (things like posting articles etc).
It would be nice to have a system sufficiently usable that people made that their entrance to jgo, rather than the forums (or has this now changed? I remember last time it came up that most people claimed to be coming direct to the forums rather than the front page of jgo...and I still do).