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From "Srilakshmanan, Lakshman" <>
Subject Article on Maven Usage
Date Thu, 01 Nov 2007 00:07:27 GMT
Hi All,

I saw the following at
" If you are writing an article on Maven we suggest contacting the
developers on the mailing list as we would be happy to provide feedback
to help ensure accuracy in your article. Just ping us on the dev mailing
list <mail-lists.html>  to get in touch. "

I am hoping you would be able to help me, but if this is not the correct
forum please direct me to the appropriate one.

I have been an avid Maven user since 2004. I have greatly enjoyed and
appreciated it.

I am preparing an article for my company and I have been asked to
provide evidence of 'large, i.e. 100 person' projects using Maven. 
I personally don't agree with their request because, Maven promotes
component based development and therefore you cannot have  100 people
working on a single component. In my opinion the days of Large
Monolithic projects are dead and gone.

But, Unfortunately I am not **yet :) ** the decision maker, therefore I
have to comply with their request.

Would it be possible to provide a list of, even apache foundation,
projects with size in LOC using maven. I would try and use the size of
the project based on LOC rather that people.

Any assistance in this regard is greatly appreciated.



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