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Last August I posted a blog on setting up a project on http://java.net. I spent a paragraph on how I posted my project's JavaDoc API. I've worked with that solution for seven months, but I'm not really happy with it. I'd like to ask the people who run java.net for a better way, but I'm not sure exactly what to ask for. The Problems with using CVS for JavaDoc I have two problems with using CVS...
on Mar 8, 2005
I started writing the code that's grown into JDigraph in an algorithms class in 1995. I wanted to share it with some friends in 2000, so I added a BSD license on it in 2000 and hung it on sourceforge. I've got stronger loyalties to java.net, so I wanted to move JDigraph. I had a few spare evenings in August, so I moved JDigraph to http://jdigraph.dev.java.net. Here's what I learned while moving...
on Aug 31, 2004
The Java Community Process's stated goal is to produce "high quality specifications in 'Internet time' using an inclusive consensus building approach...Consensus around the form and content of the draft is ... built using an iterative review process that allows an ever-widening audience to review and comment on the document" (JSR-215, 2003). In my own experience and that of several others, the...
on Oct 26, 2003