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Apache Geronimo To Miss August 6 Launch Date Target

Apache Geronimo To Miss August 6 Launch Date Target

  • Invitation: Join in Apache J2EE Efforts

    Geir Magnusson Jr, chair of the Apache Software Foundation's Geronimo project, has said that it won't manage to release the code for what, when complete and certified, will be be the world's third open-source Java application server in time for its its target release date - until now - of August 6.

    Instead, Geronimo will first take its place alongside JOnAS and JBoss later this year, once the code has been completed and after it has undergone the meticulous process of J2EE certification.

    Developers and enterprises looking forward to the release of the Geronimo application server for free under Apache's open-source license will therefore have to wait a few weeks, says Magnusson.

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