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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject JMeter now (almost) fully detached from Jakarta
Date Tue, 08 Nov 2011 19:26:40 GMT
JMeter is now a fully independent TLP; the website was moved earlier today.

As far as I know, the only references to JMeter under the Jakarta
website are historical references in news items etc.

SVN has been moved; download pages have been moved.

The only remaining active Jakarta reference is in the mirrors.

The current JMeter release is served from

www.apache.org/dist/jakarta/jmeter.

[Likewise for BCEL, BSF and JCS.]

It looks as though some ex Jakarta projects have moved all their
distributions out of Jakarta, including the archives.
For example, there are no commons or httpcomponents executables under
www.apache.org/jakarta or archive.apache.org/jakarta.

Should we follow the same strategy with JMeter, BCEL, BSF and JCS?

If so, is there a standard process for doing the work to minimise disruption?
I don't think it's difficult, but it's easy to overlook something so
I'd rather follow an established procedure if there is one.
If not, then perhaps we can discuss the process here first.

S...

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