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From Henri Yandell <>
Subject Re: [IMPORTANT] Apache AxKit to be retired
Date Thu, 30 Jul 2009 19:04:54 GMT
As part of going into the attic a banner gets stuck at the top of the
page. Check out Basically a search and replace
insert after the body tag.

Ideally the same would be done there. I'm assuming isn't on :)


On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 1:09 PM, Matt Sergeant<> wrote:
> Sorry for lack of replies lately - as you can see the project has languished
> completely and the attic seems reasonable.
> I don't have any particular reason to object.
> What needs to happen to the site at Is a notice that the project
> is no longer active enough?
> On Tue, 28 Jul 2009, Gianugo Rabellino wrote:
>> (general@ and private@, apologies for double posting this - I mistyped
>> the axkit-dev address in my original message)
>> Dear AxKit community,
>> this is a message from the XML Project Management Committee, who is
>> responsible for the oversight of the Apache AxKit project, and it
>> requires your full attention.
>> The PMC noticed a general slowdown of activities in the project and,
>> more importantly, your PMC representative (Matt Sergeant) has failed
>> to report about the project status in the last few quarterly reports.
>> According to the Apache Software Foundation rules, this is a serious
>> problem, and the PMC is about to run a formal vote to retire the AxKit
>> project by having it formally enter the Attic. The main consequence of
>> retiring the project is that no further development activity and/or
>> releases will be permitted, and the project will enter a "dormant"
>> state. The process is, to some extent, reversible, but if you believe
>> there is a good reason to keep the project alive, this is a great time
>> to let us know. More information the attic process and what it entails
>> is available at
>> Please consider this as a last call. If you are willing to interrupt
>> the Attic process, please speak up now. In case we don't hear from you
>> in 72 hours, we will start a formal vote on the PMC list and we will
>> get the ball rolling.
>> Many thanks,
>> --
>> Gianugo Rabellino
>> Sourcesense, making sense of Open Source:
>> (blogging at

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