The Struts development team have decided to retire the project and put it into maintenance mode rather than building a 2.0 version that broke backward compatability with Struts 1.2. This is really good news. When I look at the path that many other projects have taken, I realize that big new versions sometimes ruin everything or are largely academic exercises. Is anybody really excited about Perl 6? Perl 5 is great at what it does, and so Larry Wall and friends have gone off to make something completely different. Perl is finished. So is Struts. Making a new Struts would just be writing a new framework altogether, and that’s what the Struts developers have decided to do. Now I can keep Struts on my r