Proximity Publisher's description
from Tamas Cservenak
Proximity is a cross between an HTTP proxy and a pro-active mirror.
Proximity project is a cross between an HTTP proxy and a pro-active mirror. One of its primary uses is as Web application to serve as a Maven proxy on a company's intranet.
As for reducing outgoing traffic (caching central and other maven repos), aggregating more repositories (reducing project config) with acting as one logical repository and for publishing in-house and other external maven artifacts which are not uploadable to ibiblio (like commercial projects, J2EE Jars, etc...).
What's New in This Release:A major SNAPSHOT expiration problem was fixed.
A major "too many open files" problem was fixed.
GZIPped stream recognition in httpRemotePeer was fixed.
A GroupMapping feature was added to Proximity core.
Stats are working and were extended.
The event mechanism is finished.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall