James Turner | 1 Nov 10:01 2002

[ANNOUNCEMENT] Commons Validator 1.0 Released

The few but proud members of the Commons Validator team are pleased to 
announce the release of Validator 1.0.  This represents a first stable 
release that should allow develops to start using Validator for their 
projects, while we take a moment to reflect and begin development on 1.1 
(or dare we say it, even 2.0) features.

The binary and/or source distributions are available at: 
http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-commons/release/commons-validator/v1.0/

The Validator homepage is located at:
http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/validator.html

Big thanks go out to Martin Cooper for handling the nuts-and-bolts aspects 
of this release!

James Turner
Pier Fumagalli | 1 Nov 13:15 2002

Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Commons Validator 1.0 Released

"James Turner" <turner <at> blackbear.com> wrote:

> The few but proud members of the Commons Validator team are pleased to
> announce the release of Validator 1.0.  This represents a first stable
> release that should allow develops to start using Validator for their
> projects, while we take a moment to reflect and begin development on 1.1
> (or dare we say it, even 2.0) features.
> 
> [...]
> 
> The Validator homepage is located at:
> http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/validator.html

Sorry for the wrong link, the actual home page is at

http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/validator/

(This will save me 1000000 replies to webmaster <at> jakarta.apache.org) :-)

    Pier
Jon Scott Stevens | 3 Nov 23:41 2002
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Java MEETUP in San Francisco

MEETUP with other local Java developers to network with each other and talk
about jobs, code, architecture and innovation in San Francisco on Monday,
November 18  <at>  7:00PM. This is a FREE event.

Up until 3 days before the event, you can still vote on the location in San
Francisco that the JAVA MEETUP will occur at. Many people are voting for
StudioZ.tv (314 11th Street  <at>  Folsom) because Jon Scott Stevens, Java
developer and Co-Founder of the Apache Jakarta project, now owns the space
and has graciously offered drink specials all night long! StudioZ.tv has
openly available 802.11b wireless, full liquor bar, sound system and is 21+
only. 

So, please sign up for free at http://java.meetup.com and pick StudioZ.tv as
your venue. Then, the night of the event, show up and let's have some Java
geek socializing fun!

    http://java.meetup.com
    http://studioz.tv/events/javameetup

-jon

--

-- 
StudioZ.tv /\ Bar/Nightclub/Entertainment
314 11th Street  <at>  Folsom /\ San Francisco
        http://studioz.tv/
Henri Yandell | 6 Nov 18:34 2002
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[ANN] Commons CLI 1.0 Released!


The Commons CLI team are proud to announce the version 1.0 release of
their simple API for working with command line arguments and options.

http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/cli/

This is the first release of the code and incorporates features from Bob
McWhirter's werken.opt, Peter Donald and Avalon's cli and John Keyes' Optz
packages.

Downloads are available from,

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-commons/release/commons-cli/v1.0/

Henri Yandell
[on behalf of John Keyes]
Rob Oxspring | 6 Nov 18:41 2002
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Jakarta Newsletter - October 2002

Jakarta Newsletter
==================
Issue: 4
Date: October 2002
Url: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/news/200210.html

After a break for a month the newsletter is back. Over the last two months there has been lots of
organisational discussion. After
announcing the Japanese translation project last time round, a similar project in Korean has come to light
- a section below has
been devoted to bringing you up to speed on progress. The lucene guys have been making the usual steady
progress mixing on both bugs
and features while the Struts team been introducing future plans and new members.

As always, I want to thank those who contributed and hope that you enjoy the read. If you would like to comment
further on any of
the highlighted discussions then please do so on the appropriate list, if you want to comment on the
newsletter itself then please
point your comments to general <at> jakarta.apache.org.

Rob Oxspring

Contents
--------
General
Avalon
Commons
Korean Jakarta
Log4j
Lucene
(Continue reading)

Martin Poeschl | 20 Nov 20:05 2002
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[ANN] Turbine-2.2 RC2 and Torque 3.0 RC2 available

The second Release Candidates of Turbine 2.2 and Torque 3.0 are available for download.
The release also includes the TDK.

If you are using a previous version of Torque and/or Turbine you should migrate your apps now!
There will be no major changes before the final releases!

A list of changes can be found on the web-site

http://jakarta.apache.org/turbine/turbine-2/changes.html
http://jakarta.apache.org/turbine/torque/changes.html

The distributions are available at:

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-turbine/turbine-2/release/2.2-rc2/
http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-turbine/torque/release/3.0-rc2/
http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-turbine/tdk/release/2.2-rc2/

Martin
Henri Yandell | 26 Nov 01:00 2002
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[ANN] Apache Jakarta Commons Lang 1.0.1


The Commons Lang team would like to announce the release of version 1.0.1.
This version solves eight implementation bugs that have been found, most
notably that NumberRange.getMaximum returns the minimum [how we blushed].

No methods was added and no methods were deprecated. More information on
the release, including the release notes which list each bugfix, are
available at the project's homepage:

http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/lang.html

Henri Yandell
Glenn Nielsen | 1 Dec 19:49 2002
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[ANN] Apache Jakarta Taglib Releases

The Apache Jakarta Taglibs team would like to announce the release of the
following JSP Custom Tag Libraries. Except for the Benchmark Taglib 1.0
release these releases are minor bug fixes and repackaging of the release
archives.  See the individual tag library documentation revision history
for a list of changes.

Application 1.0.1
Benchmark 1.0
Datetime 1.0.1
Page 1.0.1
Random 1.0.1
Regexp 1.0.1
Request 1.0.1
Response 1.0.1
Sessions 1.0.1
XSL 1.0.1

The binary and/or source distributions are available at:

http://jakarta.apache.org/taglibs/

Glenn Nielsen

Gmane