29 Jun 2001 LukeyBoy   » (Observer)

Released jMarks yesterday. It's a sweet online bookmark repository written entirely in Java. The best part is that, thanks to the servlet 2.2 spec, the binary distribution of jMarks is one WAR file and you just drop it in your app server and you're good to go (except for creating a directory for it to store bookmarks). It's pretty robust and handles multiple users - the administrator of course has an option of making the system public or private. Check it out if you need a central location for your bookmarks. After it's stable, I'm gonna host it on my server for public access.

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