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I have just received this e-mail:

Hello fellow Project Administrators, It's with a sad heart that we have to announce that the Kenai.com domain will be shutdown as part of the consolidation of project hosting sites now that Sun is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle. Project Kenai has always existed as two different things: Kenai the infrastructure, and Kenai the website (Kenai.com). While it has come time to close the domain of Kenai.com, the infrastructure (which is already used under NetBeans.org) will live on to support other domains in the future. With this decision from Oracle to close the Kenai.com domain, it is now time for project owners to begin the process of migrating their repositories and content over to other locations.

It looks like Oracle's commitment to open source has a fresh start. Yes, I do mean to be provocative.

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