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From "Niall Gallagher (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (MAVENUPLOAD-2198) Please upload simple-4.0.1 to central Maven 2 repo
Date Wed, 03 Sep 2008 18:35:48 GMT


Niall Gallagher commented on MAVENUPLOAD-2198:


This project is associated with the existing maven/org.simpleframework project. So it would
be good if it was filed with the existing simple-xml.* archives.


> Please upload simple-4.0.1 to central Maven 2 repo
> --------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: MAVENUPLOAD-2198
>                 URL:
>             Project: Maven Upload Requests
>          Issue Type: Wish
>            Reporter: Gary S. Weaver
>         Attachments: simple-web-4.0.1-bundle.jar, simple-web-4.0.1.jar
> Simple ( ) is self described as: "The goal of Simple
is to bring the power of simplicity to the world of server side Java. The primary focus of
the project is to provide a truly embeddable Java based HTTP engine capable of handling enormous
loads. Simple provides a truly asynchronous service model, request completion is driven using
an internal, transparent, monitoring system. This allows Simple to vastly outperform most
popular Java based servers in a multi-tier environment, as it requires only a very limited
number of threads to handle very high quantities of concurrent clients. Simple has consistently
out performed both commercial and open source Java Servlet engines and has a fully comprehensive
API that is as usable for experienced Java developers as it is for beginners. Best of all,
Simple is completely free, and is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License, LGPL, which ensures its availability for use by open source and proprietary developers
> Simple is also mentioned here (where I found reference to it):
> I think it would make a good addition to the central Maven 2 repository, and I'd consider
using it in a project I'm developing. I also mentioned it on the maven users mailing list.
> I will attempt to contact the developer to inform him of this.
> Bundle attached.

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