Another thing, that I'd like to bring up. We're approaching a state where FOP Trunk code is usable for more serious use cases. The important FOs are all implemented. In the past, we talked about making 1.0 meet XSL 1.0 Basic Conformance. I believe to do that would be bad for the project in its current state. We can't wait much longer and we desperately need to attract active contributors. I don't mean that the first release has to be a 1.0. But IMO we should get close to that. Maybe call the first unstable preview release 0.9pr1. Once we have a stable code base with a reasonable feature set and updated documentation we should IMO call it 1.0 and go on from there.
I believe that we could do an initial unstable preview release with big disclaimers all over the place in about two months. My next tasks are to update the PostScript renderer and to make sure that PDF, PS and Java2D output is more or less on the same level. After that we should do a testing/bugfixing round to make the overall package real-world-usable. Your thoughts? Jeremias Maerki