Konstantin Kolinko commented on GUMP-116:

I think it is not needed.
There is <url> element in a module [1] that links to the official web site of a 
That should be enough, because the official site is the authoritative source of 
information on a project. The site is always maintained better than Gump 

[1] http://gump.apache.org/metadata/module.html#url
> Promote using html in <description/> fields
> -------------------------------------------
>                 Key: GUMP-116
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GUMP-116
>             Project: Gump
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Object Model (GOM)
>    Affects Versions: GOM-0.5
>            Reporter: Leo Simons
>             Fix For: GOM-0.5
> It would be cool if <description/> fields contained more useful content. For 
> example, it might make sense to provide links to a wiki page with developer 
> information about debugging a particular project, or links to additional 
> build functionality a project utilizes outside of gump (like nightly build 
> download locations). This would mean the <description/> content should get a 
> prominent place in gump-generated docs, the GOM docs are updated to detail 
> that one can, in fact, use HTML, and that we promote the practice in some way.
> Thinking of maven POMs, their <description/> and <longDescription/> contents 
> might need to be extended to have that kind of information relevant for 
> developers. One could have a <developerInfo/> in addition to those, I dunno. 
> Maybe the maven people have something plannen already :-D

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