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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Google searches 3.x
Date Sat, 16 Jan 2010 16:01:15 GMT
Tony Poppleton wrote:
> Hi,
> When I search on google for "httpclient" (on google.co.uk) the first hit points me to
> The fact that google is not directing people to the latest version (at least in the UK)
is probably hindering the uptake of 4.0.  Can I recommend that the 3.x website have a prominant
warning pointing to the newer version 4.0 in the header at the top of every page?
> Thanks,
> Tony

This basically reflects the current state of things. 3.x code is still 
in a widespread use and there is probably more references to the old 
documentation, which explains its higher ranking in the Google index. 
Ahh, well, the real trouble is I am getting old and lazy, and do not 
feel like touching Maven1 even with a barge pole. Once HttpClient 4.1 GA 
is ready it would be time to officially declare 3.x code line 'end of 
life' and put a big fat disclaimer on all legacy web pages.


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