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I want to use this forum to introduce our Open Source Project Imixs Workflow:
The Imixs Workflow project provides a Business Process Management Solution based on Java.
The project focus on human based business process solutions also known as workflow Management Systems (WfMS).
The goal of this project is to offer an easy to use Java based technology for building user centric workflow solutions. This means that the Imixs Workflow is typical applied for Human-To-Human Workflow applications. But it can also be used for technical business process management solutions(BPM).

The latest version 2.1.0 of the Imixs Workflow and the Imixs Java EE Workflow components are including a bunch of updates and new features.
The latest release supports Java EE 6 and is runs with Glassfish V2.1 and Glassfish V3 Application Server!
It's easy to integrate the Imixs Worklfow Engine into any Java EE web project to build a scalable, transactional, robust and simple deployable Java EE Workflow System fast and easy.

All components of the Imixs Workflow Project are provided as Maven artifacts in the central maven repository. This makes it much more easy to use the components in projects.
The Project sources are hosted on dev.java.net where the Imixs Workflow project is one of the most active Open Source projects.

Every feedback is welcome and you can read more about the project on the Imixs Project site:

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I know you talked to Paul about this and so it's fine for it to be here. Another forum you might want to post a _shorter_ version of this is in the jobs offered forum.
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