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The leader of OpenJDK6, Joseph Darcy is stepping down from his release management duties
for the project this week. Kelly O'Hair will take on his responsibilities in the coming weeks. Release management repositories for OpenJDK6 have already been passed to O'Hair. OpenJDK6 sources claim that the OpenJDK project will be on target with their upcoming milestones.
Joseph Darcy is shifting his time to other OpenJDK projects, such as Project Coin.
Apple Hands Gold Master copy of iOS 4.3 Over to Developers
Released and Ready! CentOS 4.9
Two weeks after the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.9, the CentOS team released
their free RHEL clone. In this version, OpenOffice 2.0 is included as a Technology Preview. OProfile Support has also been added for Intel Xeon processor performance events. An update to SystemTap to version 1.3 allows support for more advanced probe capabilities.
Sinatra 1.2 Released
The next major milestone of the Sinatra microframework has been reached! This newest release of Sinatra has significantly increased
its template functionality. Support for the Slim Template Engine allows for fast, lightweight templating power. Users can now implement their own lookup logic for folder viewing. Additionally, a URL helper has been added as an optional feature.
Here's the next up-and-coming release in the Spring Social lineup. Thanks for contributing the link, Craig!
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