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manishaa sharma
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Hi All,

Where can i post JMX related questions?


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Ulf Dittmer
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Other JSE/JEE APIs would be a good place.


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paul wheaton
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As we speak, Andrew Monkhouse is developing some new stuff for the forum software that would make it so that anybody can create a new forum whenever they want.

So this we be a good time to send a shout out to andrew about how much you would like this feature, and how handsome he is (might be best to use an acount with a female name for that).


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Darryl Burke
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paul wheaton wrote: (might be best to use an acount with a female name for that).


Um, manishaa *is* a female name


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Darryl Burke wrote:
paul wheaton wrote: (might be best to use an acount with a female name for that).


Um, manishaa *is* a female name

Yes, but she didn't say Andrew was handsome.

Andrew:


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