Re: Choosing against Jakarta

2003-12-18 Thread Ted Husted
No worries, mate. The Apache License is the ultimate hedge. No matter what happens, you can always set up the source someplace else. The most you could possibly lose would be the product name, and, realistically, if there wasn't a community behind the product, Apache wouldn't want it anyway :)

Choosing against Jakarta

2003-12-15 Thread Stephen Colebourne
As some of you may know, I look after my own date and time code in Java at www.joda.org. I had been hoping to bring this code to Apache, as I believe it to be a very good fit with developments within Jakarta/Jakarta-commons. Today I decided not to pursue this option for the time being, until the

Re: Choosing against Jakarta

2003-12-15 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Whatever the fate of the name Jakarta and/or Commons you can reliably assume the content housed at what is now called Apache Jakarta will persist. If it is the case that a reorganization or regrouping of PMC's does occur in response to growing pains, this is not going to result in any risk to