Dear JGraphT community,
I started JGraphT because I needed a graph library and no existing =
suited my needs. I needed high performance graphs with low memory
consumption, and wanted the vertices to be of ANY type (annoyingly, many
libraries require the vertices to implement some Vertex interface). =20
At some point I realized that others might find JGraphT useful, so I =
the project open-source. People indeed used it, reported bugs, =
features, and contributed code. Some even joined in and the whole thing
became a lot more fun than I anticipated! The quality of the library =
improved continuously thanks to the received contributions and criticism =
it was a very convincing example how open source development produces =
In the last year I became less and less available to admin JGraphT. =
situation is unlikely to change in the near future, so we are making a =
change. John V. Sichi, who has been a JGraphT developer and a co-admin =
a long time, is now taking the lead. John is now the chief maintainer =
JGraphT, and although I'm staying involved, you should address project
issues to John.
JGraphT is going forward! Version 0.6.0 was recently released and =
0.7.0 that will support Generics is now cooking... The move to Java 5.0 =
thanks to the contribution of Christian Hammer. If you can't wait for =
new candies, you might want to lend a hand and help making 0.7.0 ready
Thanks to everyone for making it so much fun, and special thanks to John =
Sichi who volunteered to lead JGraphT onwards.
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