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From Ittay Dror <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Graduation
Date Thu, 18 Sep 2008 16:33:54 GMT
FWIW, I've used buildr to build a product with 55 modules, and i'm 
adding new ones.

Tests show that buildr is fast (faster than ant/maven for the modules i 
have), robust and above all easy to understand, extend and maintain.

It has superb documentation (site, in code), a well thought api and the 
integration with existing maven artifacts makes it easy to drop in and use.

So, from a user point of view, +1.


Btw, One thing I'm still missing is a better process for accepting ideas 
and patches. Maybe my ideas were not good enough so far, but my feeling 
was that sometimes the discussion just died. A better roadmap is also 
required IMHO.

Matthieu Riou wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm more and more of the opinion that Buildr is getting ready to graduate.
> The project meets all the incubator requirements and guidelines and has been
> hanging around here for long enough. There have been several releases (some
> smoother than others ;) ), the community is growing steadily, no pending IP
> issues and development is still pretty active.
> So what do you say?
> Matthieu

Ittay Dror <>

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