Swordfish Termination Review
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The Swordfish project was proposed in August 2007. Its goal was to provide an extensible service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework that can be complemented by additional components such as a service registry or a BPEL engine to form a comprehensive open source SOA runtime environment. Starting with Galileo it was part of several Simultaneous Releases, but never was able to gain a wider community and noteworthy diversity. For more than three years there was no commit into the source repository.
All remaining committers voted to set the project dormant.