Babeldoc Proposal

2003-06-03 Thread McDonald, Bruce
All, I am the project leader for the Babeldoc project (http://www.babeldoc.com) and have been tasked to see if we can join the Jakarta project. We are currently an open source project (GPL) hosted on SourceForge but we have found ourselves relying more and more on Jakarta code. Additionally

Re: Babeldoc Proposal

2003-06-03 Thread Peter Donald
Hi, If you are serious about this then there is a couple of things I would do to make Jakarta peeps take note. * change the license to Apache-like or lighter (ie BSDL) * change the way you run the project to be in the Apache tradition (ie meritocracy and our decision making process) * start

Re: Babeldoc Proposal

2003-06-03 Thread Paul Hammant
Two more things.. 1) Be aware that you cannot ultimately import any GPL (or LGPL without explicit permission of authors) code to org.apache.* packaged code (policy). 2) Read up on the chatter concerning the POI project's arrival that started 15 months ago. Hard for them, but worth it. See

RE: Products List available as of 31st May, 2003

2003-06-03 Thread Larry Isaacs
Hi Tetsuya, A minor change. Jakarta Tomcat should be 3.3.1a instead of 3.3.1-alpha. The a is indicating it is a patched release derived from the 3.3.1 release, which was done to address a security problem. Thanks, Larry -Original Message- From: Tetsuya Kitahata [mailto:[EMAIL

cvs commit: jakarta-site2/xdocs index.xml

2003-06-03 Thread hlship
hlship 2003/06/02 10:47:11 Modified:docs/site binindex.html sourceindex.html news.html docs index.html xdocs/site sourceindex.xml binindex.xml news.xml xdocsindex.xml Log: Add Tapestry 3.0-beta-1 release notice, and Tapestry

cvs commit: jakarta-site2/xdocs/stylesheets project.xml

2003-06-03 Thread hlship
hlship 2003/06/02 11:09:47 Modified:docs/site news-2000.html decisions.html faqs.html guides.html vendors.html methodology.html packageversioning.html understandingopensource.html mission.html contact.html

Re: Products List available as of 31st May, 2003

2003-06-03 Thread Tetsuya Kitahata
On Mon, 2 Jun 2003 12:21:27 -0400 (Subject: RE: Products List available as of 31st May, 2003) Larry Isaacs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Tetsuya, A minor change. Jakarta Tomcat should be 3.3.1a instead of 3.3.1-alpha. The a is indicating it is a patched release derived from the 3.3.1

Bug in maven b9, affecting some jakarta releases

2003-06-03 Thread Brian Ewins
There is a bug in Maven Beta 9 (the current release) that causes jars to be produced with invalid manifests. The problem with the manifests only comes to light when using the jars inside an Extension aware program - eg. Tomcat (releases that use org.apache.catalina.loader.Extension) Jakarta