Well, tempus fugit, and all that. In the last three weeks we got a few new developers on board. There is doogie, who has almost single-handidly beaten a few thousand warnings into the ground last week. And there is Jim Huang, who's been testing a lot of interesting stuff with Kaffe in preparation for an interesting Kaffe Multi-Media Project.
Thanks to jpick, we've got a release plan for 1.1.5. It's due in three weeks. As usual, there is a ton of things I'd like to see happen before the release. I've been hacking on A,C,F and I from that list, and it looks like I'll be able to get gjdoc into kaffe very soon now, mostly thanks to efforts from Arnaud Vandyck on integrating libxmlj into GNU JAXP.
In other news, Guilhem has been quite busy recently fixing kaffe's kjc, java.text implementation, NIO, and almost everything else he could get his hands on. He's a great hacker to have on board. I was also pleased to see Helmer return with a series of patches, to improve ARM support, among other things, and Ito tracking down a few ugly bugs.