And yes, we will be addressing the Maven 2 issue that so many of you have asked about. It's important to note that adopting Maven 2 is not as easy as dropping a pom.xml into the project as some might lead you to believe. Using Maven 2 is costly and I'm going to make sure it doesn't get out of control.
Unfortunately, this proposal got rejected. The reason cited was
it shows no sign of thought or effort and will not be considered.The truth is, a lot of the ideas of still stuck in my head.
But don't despair because it's not the end of the effort. Over the last couple of weeks I have worked on building out Maven-based examples in Seam 3. From there, I am going to move on to creating some archetypes. Once that is setup, then the seed will be spread for beginning work on seam-gen encore. So I'm still looking for people interested in helping out. I'll keep you posted with any progress made.