On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 12:25 PM, Rahul Akolkar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 6/29/08, Aaron Freeman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>>  Specifically I am considering using Mailer2 initially, but don't want to do
>>  that if it and/or the whole taglib project has been abandoned.
> <snap/>
> Mailer2 is currently listed as a deprecated sandbox library ( see LHS
> menu on home page [1] ) -- there is no current development with it at
> all AFAIK.

The download that people probably depend on was a nightly build that
has since been deleted.

> The Jakarta Taglibs project has slowed down considerably, though in
> terms of interest:
>  * Few relatively recent fixes have been made to JSTL 1.2 (by Hen)

JSTL 1.1.

Few = 30 resolved items. 12 or so patches applied.

Robert Goff just offered up JSTL 1.2 as a patch, and once he's able to
send in a software grant then we can be looking at releasing both the
JSTL 1.1.3 release and a JSTL 1.2.0 release.

>  * I'm still interested maintaining in the RDC taglib (addressing
> issues as they come)

I'm somewhat interested in merging various bits into an Unstandard
taglib, but wasn't sure if there was enough user interest in taglibs

> Finally, FWIW, since this is an all-volunteer effort, the development
> tempo can change if enough people still want to develop tag libraries
> here. In the past couple of years, we haven't seen much of that. For
> those interested, it might be best to:
>  * Ping the dev list to see how much interest there is for the taglib
> in question
>  * Post patches -- fixes, improvements -- if there is interest (you
> can post them otherwise too, but having a realistic chance of those
> being applied might mean something)


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