JAXenter speaks to WANdisco CEO David Richards on the recent controversy regarding Subversion.
The ASF announce that Apache OODT is now a Top-Level Project.
The bottom line is that WE CARE because we have a deep vested interest in this Subversion stuff.
‘WANDisco is attempting to portray themselves as leading the Subversion community.’
Apache bring related projects under the ASF umbrella, with new hosting site.
Jim Jagielski posts alternative resignation notice.
Peter Kriens renews his argument that the OSGi Alliance should step into the JCP’s shoes.
Oracle accuse Apache of standing in the way of progress.
JSRs 334, 335, 336 and 337 pass the EC vote.
Are things looking up for Google Wave?
Oracle and the ASF fire off another round of public responses.
Celix, currently under incubation at the ASF, is targeting interoperability between Java and C.
Apache get a new Board of Directors and Github Compare View Goes Cross-Repository.
JAXenter speaks with iBATIS creator Clinton Begin, on the project’s recent split with the ASF.