[jdom-interest] jdom and dom4j

James Todd jwtodd at pacbell.net
Tue Jun 18 21:55:57 PDT 2002

congrats dude. t'was a long haul i'm sure.

- james

Jason Hunter wrote:
> Legally we weren't allowed to progress JDOM as an open source JSR.  So
> "Step 1" had to be to change that.  See
> http://jakarta.apache.org/site/news.html#0326.1 for everything I've done
> on that front as Apache's representative.
> As of *tonight* we've finalized the legal agreement with Sun, and
> Apache's chairman is signing the appropriate legal documents.  (You all
> are the first non-Apache/non-Sun people to hear that.)
> So now with that 10 hours per week obligation getting off my plate and
> the legalese cleared away, we might actually make some progress as a
> JSR.
> -jh-
> Sam wrote:
>>I agree. The fact that the JSR has not moved an inch on the JCP
>>page in a years time (Expert group is being formed) speaks for itslef.
>>JSR's have known to be abandoned in the past... so I wouldnt put
>>too much weight behind this.
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