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From Ryan Hoegg <rho...@isisnetworks.net>
Subject Re: Promote HttpClient out of commons?
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 04:58:44 GMT
Another downside of top-level-hood is the overhead.  Jakarta already has 
a fully functional PMC and a Charter, as well as an established brand.

Ryan Hoegg
ISIS Networks

otisg wrote:

>I am a HttpClient user and a Lucene committer.
>I don't see any problems in HttpClient moving out of Commons.
>However, before you waste time doing that, talk to people
>involved in moving projects from Jakarta and making them Top
>Level Projects (TLP).  Ant, Log4j, etc. have made this move, so
>you may want to skip the 'Commons -> Jakarta' move and just do
>the 'Commons -> TLP' move.
>Either of the two moves would bring HttpClient more visibility,
>and I think HttpClient needs and deserves it.
>Otis Gospodnetic

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