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Is Unicorn still alive ?

From: Stéphane Roucheray <stephane.roucheray@periscopemail.com>
Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2008 09:04:21 +0200
Message-ID: <48C4CE75.40703@periscopemail.com>
To: public-qa-dev@w3.org


Hi there,

I hope I talk to the right people, otherwise excuse me.

I work as a QA Manager in a french Web agency. I'm currently setuping a 
QA test environment system, using a bunch of cool Open Source project as 
hudson <https://hudson.dev.java.net/>, selenium 
<http://selenium-rc.openqa.org/> and PHPUnit <http://www.phpunit.de/> on 
top of Ubuntu 8.04. As part of the automatic validation process, I'd 
like to use the W3C validators (markup, css and link checker). I was 
looking at downloading each validators in order to install them when I 
remember there was this project : Unicorn.
I saw in the sources via the Web CVS Browser that there is still 
activity on this project while the site references are quit old (Unicorn 
Home page was apparently last updated a year ago...).

I'd like to know if the Unicorn project is still alive and if it is 
usable in production mode ?

Best regards,

Stephane Roucheray

PS : The only way to download Unicorn seems to be via CVS but the 
anonymous access does not work. I already sent a mail to the W3C Webmaster.


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