So I figure since vroom is being so nice and helping us out we should do a little tribute to him and call the new site "javamonks" (damn, I sure am original aren't I) .
I contacted the owner of javamonks.org/com/net and he is very interested in developing this and has said that he will donate the name to the project (he of course wants to be involved in it as well). So what we need now is a list of everyone who is Seriously
interested in this and willing to contribute a substantial amount of time to it.
- Chris Fairbairn
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