[jdom-interest] Opinion Poll: - JDOM2 and minimum-required Java - Java5 or Java6

Jason Hunter jhunter at servlets.com
Fri Nov 18 10:31:54 PST 2011

Rolf, your mail made it to the list:

Cecil, your mail didn't because you're subscribed as @ae.ge.com and posted as @ge.com.  I force-subscribed @ge.com and marked it not to get mail, so now you can post as either.

For people with multiple email addresses, the trick is to subscribe as all of them so the anti-spam filters let you through no matter how you send, but mark only one as actually receiving mail.  There's a NOMAIL flag you can set.


On Nov 18, 2011, at 10:22 AM, Rolf Lear wrote:

> Thanks Cecil.
> I'm replying to this not just to say thanks, but because sometimes the
> mailing list gets stuck, and I've got this message from you but it's been
> two hours and it has not come through the mailing list system, and not
> shown up in the markmail archive either. Other mails messages may be stuck
> too.
> Perhaps you are not subscribed properly, or perhaps the list is stuck.
> Jason, CC'd you.
> Thanks
> Rolf
> On Fri, 18 Nov 2011 11:06:31 -0500, "New, Cecil (GE Aviation, US)"
> <cecil.new at ge.com> wrote:
>> I know our company is very conservative about changing java versions.
>> But even we have been using Java 6 for quite some time.  Everyone is
>> more security conscience these days and we are much better at using
>> supported products.  Java 5 end of life was October 2009... just some
>> data points consider

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