On 7/30/07, Chris Bowditch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Clay,
> 0.93 and 0.94 are still compatible with Java 1.3 so AIX 4.1 users will
> still be able to use it. We have clients running AIX who use Java 1.4,
> so I didn't realise AIX couldn't run 1.4. Maybe its down to exact o/s
> version. In either case, we decided to drop support for 1.3 after 0.94.
> So if 1.3 is still needed in the future users can download 0.94. And I
> think the website should reflect this.
> The reason why 0.20.5 should be removed from the website is that
> fop-users is still receiving several posts per week relating to it.
> There is now very little knowledge of it within our development team, so
> supporting it is not something we would like to continue. Therefore,
> users should be actively discouraged from downloading it. Looking at the
> website today, I get the impression that 0.20.5 and 0.94 are two
> separate development streams which both receive active maintenance.
> However, we all know that is not the case. 0.9x is a direct replacement
> for the 0.20.x series.
> It made sense to keep 0.20.5 on the website for a couple of years after
> the initial 0.9x release to give folk a chance to upgrade. But 0.9x has
> been around for a couple of years and now I believe it is time to start
> encouraging users to switch over.
> Chris

Thanks Chris! I'll look into what I can to help re-factor the site to
remove the 0.20.5 references. I agree, that with 0.93 & 0.94, the 0.20
branch information is no longer necessary.

Web Maestro Clay

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