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From Carl Ludewig <c...@cjsoftware.net>
Subject Re: Village dependency
Date Fri, 19 Nov 2004 17:20:54 GMT
I believe that village was originally written by Jon Stevens, but I'm 
not sure of his current email address.


On Nov 14, 2004, at 11:59 AM, Henning P. Schmiedehausen wrote:

> Vidas Simkus <vidas@simkus.org> writes:
>> In reference to this:
>> http://db.apache.org/torque/dependencies.html
>> It states that Torque requires '2.0-dev-20030825', yet there's no
>> reference to that particular version anywhere on the Village site.  I
>> checked out the latest version for their CVS...and the build.xml has
>> '2.0-dev' as the version property.  Is this the correct version of
>> Village to use?
> Ok folks, I will teel you the whole and dirty truth... :-)
> I tried to get the Village code donated to the ASF by whichever.com
> who developed the code. However, as far as I can see, this this will
> not happen.
> However, the code _is_ released under BSD license. So it will be
> possible to simply fork off it. While I consider it impolite without
> an explicit permission from the original author, I see no other chance
> to keep the base of Torque stable and add the various bug fixes that
> are floating around applied _and_ get a release from this.
> While many people (including the authors) do consider Village "ready"
> and there is no work going on on the Village code, there are some
> issues with database specific stuff (like the Oracle patches).
> This cannot happen under an ASF umbrella (so I don't expect to get
> org.apache.village which I really would have prefered) but it might
> happen under another name. In fact, I do have the village code base
> reorganized and building with maven right here; I cleaned up some of
> the PMD and findbugs issues (just minor stuff) and added a few unit
> tests with hsqldb (taking the TestMySQL class apart) here at the
> ApacheCon Hackathlon.
> I will just dump a source tarball at my home page @ apache as soon as
> I get a better network connection here at Apachecon.
> As Torque is probably the biggest generic Village user, we can discuss
> work on @ torque-dev. Feel free to send me patches to Village that you
> would like to see applied (diff -u please and a short description).
> 	Regards
> 		Henning
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