What is ashkelon?
Ashkelon is an open source software tool for Java software developers. It is a system for documenting java source code and for efficiently referencing java source code, lots of java source code. Here is a more elaborate description of ashkelon.
Under what software license is ashkelon provided?
Ashkelon is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Among other things it means that it is open. You have access to the source and can make modifications. You're also free to use it. Although it's free of charge, I welcome donations if you find that ashkelon saves you time and effort.
What are the origins of the project name (ashkelon)?
How can I help?
What is ashkelon's sourceforge project home page
What's the best way to correspond with project developers?
Whom do I contact for feedback?
The ashkelon-devs mailing list on sourceforge is probably best.
A public instance of ashkelon used to be available online at that url. At the moment there is no online instance of ashkelon, though one is planned. jdocs.org, which is based on ashkelon is available online. It does not use ashkelon's dhtml ui however.
Why is dbdoc.org no longer online?
Well, there are fees associated with hosting the site. Also, the maintenance of the site also has an associated cost (updating apis as new versions come out for example). Having said that, I do plan to resurrect dbdoc.org. Stay tuned.