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From "Mark R. Diggory" <>
Subject Re: [all] maven sites
Date Thu, 19 Feb 2004 12:36:57 GMT

No, everything should now stay the same no matter your version of Maven. 
This css style is actually hardcoded into

Stephen Colebourne had initially added this css to the commons-build as 
the global. If there isn't agreement on the styles, I'd recommend we 
discuss alternatives (or have some sort of voting process/competition 
for the overall L&F that everyone is welcome to be involved in).

I agree that the logos are bad, if you currently look on the math site 
you may find there are other logos available with appropriate white 

the url for this particular image:


Henri Yandell wrote:
> I've mavenised the [el] project. Bit confused as to why it looks so
> different from the Digester/Lang sites etc. It has the same css. Am I
> using a bad version of Maven? [I'm on rc1].
> Anyway, it's:
> The look and feel isn't good, the logos are bad, and the javadoc report
> doesn't seem to happen. Now, I can understand the lack of a project logo,
> but I've not looked into why any of the others are bad yet.
> Hen
> On Sun, 15 Feb 2004, Tim O'Brien wrote:
>>Hey, someone is publishing Commons Maven sites with an unreleased
>>version of Maven.  Probably either from Maven's CVS HEAD, or a beta version.
>>BeanUtils, Betwixt, and Digester all have the newish Maven L+F.  A
>>decision was reached a while back to standardize on the released version
>>of Maven.
>>Could whoever did that please get the released version of Maven and
>>republish those sites?
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Mark Diggory
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