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  • Spring Dynamic Modules v2 moving to Eclipse Gemini project

    Hi everyone,

    As part of the newly Eclipse Gemini project, Spring Dynamic Modules v2 will be moving to Quoting from Adrian's Colyer blog post:
    Gemini Blueprint Service – this is a big deal! Those of you who have been following developments in the OSGi world will know that since we started the Spring Dynamic Modules project almost 4 years ago (then called Spring OSGi) it has grown into a very popular foundation for enterprise application development on the OSGi Service Platform. Through the OSGi Alliance Enterprise Expert Group, we worked to create a standard based on the Spring Dynamic Modules programming model, and this was released as part of the OSGi R4.2 Compendium Specification as the "Blueprint Service". Spring Dynamic Modules v2 is the Reference Implementation for the Blueprint Service specification. We're still working through the details, but the Spring Dynamic Modules v2 codebase will be moving to as the Gemini Blueprint Service project, where it will continue to be developed alongside the other enterprise projects and will track the evolution of the Blueprint Specification in future OSGi Alliance updates.
    [The project] will be dual-licensed under both the EPL and the Apache License.
    More information can be found at:

    Eclipse RT:
    Eclipse Gemini proposal:
    Eclipse Gemini FAQ:
    Details on Gemini Blueprint Service:
    Adrian Colyer's blog post: announcement:

    As Adrian mentioned, while the transition details remain to be settled, we're aiming for as little disruption as possible.

    If you have any questions, remarks or feedback, let us know.