I work on the Weld project as a Software Engineer. In addition, I am leading the Seam REST module. Previously I worked in the QE part of the Seam team.
Weld 2.0.1.Final has been released. This is mainly a bug-fixing release with 20 issues fixed since the previous one. For details, see the release notes.
Weld 2.0.0.Beta3 has been released. This is another step towards CDI 1.1 but mainly a bug fixing release. As promised, the reference guide has been updated to reflect recent changes in Weld. See the release notes for details.
The 2.0.0.Beta2 release of Weld comes less than a month after the previous release. We planned a spin this short to give you a chance to try out the CDI 1.1 preview implementation before going away for the winter break. Several bugs have been fixed. In addition, this release implements the latest changes in the CDI 1.1 specification (see the release notes for details).
Weld 2.0.0.Alpha3 has been released. This is purely a bugfixing release with more than 30 issues resolved. For a complete list of changes, see release notes. This release also comes along with and updated TCK for CDI 1.1.
Weld 2.0.0.Alpha2 has just been released. Weld 2 is an implementation of JSR-346 (CDI 1.1). The highlights of the new version are:
I am very proud to announce the very first alpha release of Weld 2. Weld is the reference implementation of Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI). In the 2.x series of Weld releases, we will be focusing on JSR-346 which is the next version (1.1) of the CDI specification.