Benson Margulies wrote:
For certain purposes, Kenai has a significant lack: no maven support.
It certainly doesn't have a hosted Maven repository manager, but it's
got a WebDAV support, so projects can easily host a Maven repository on
In any case, we can and should continue to push to the current Maven
repository to reduce the user disruption.
As an ASF member let me join the ASF plugging society here. I'd be happy to
help facilitate the discussion.
Thanks for the offer.
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