Great job Shane. I'm sure I speak for everyone when I say that I really appreciate how smoothly and swiftly you handled this tedious work. Hopefully this is the last major change for a while ;)


On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 6:46 AM, Shane Bryzak <> wrote:
The code freeze is now over - thanks everyone for being patient.  You
can now find all the Weld-related projects in the following locations: - Weld core projects - Weld extensions - CDI TCK - Weld integration
with JBossAS

All Jira projects have been migrated also: - Weld core issues - Weld extensions issues - CDI TCK issues - Weld integration issues

If you still find any instance or mention of "Web Beans", "WB", etc can
you please let me know so I can continue my quest to eradicate it from
the face of the earth.


On 08/10/09 12:13, Shane Bryzak wrote:
> The code freeze is now in effect.  Please hold off on any commits to
> until further notice.
> On 07/10/09 13:46, Shane Bryzak wrote:
>> I am going to shortly begin working on a major refactor of the RI and
>> TCK to remove any remaining references to "webbeans" by either the
>> source code or docs.  Could everyone please ensure that you have all
>> code checked into SVN within the next 24 hours.
>> I'll send another announcement out when the freeze is in effect, and I
>> anticipate that we will require a maximum of 24 hours for refactoring.
>> Thanks,
>> Shane
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