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                         <td>The latest release of Quartz is:</td>
-                        <td><b>Quartz 1.4.0-beta1</b> <i>(5/20/2004)</i></td>
+                        <td><b>Quartz 1.4.0-beta3</b> <i>(6/02/2004)</i></td>
                         <td>The current stable version of Quartz is:</td>
 	<br />
-	Please use the <a href="http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/quartz/?sort_by=date&sort=desc">
-	SourceForge download</a> page for downloading Quartz.
+	Please use the <font size="+1"><a href="http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/quartz/?sort_by=date&sort=desc">
+	SourceForge download</a></font> page for downloading Quartz.

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-    <p><b><i>Quartz is in the progress of being moved to the OpenSymphony 
-    project, please excuse any bad links etc. within the documentation as the 
-    dust settles. Thanks!</i></b></p>
     <h3>What is Quartz?</h3>
     <h3>What can Quartz do for you?</h3>
-    <p>If your application generates tasks that need to occur at given moments 
+    <p>If your application has tasks that need to occur at given moments 
     in time, or if your system has recurring maintenance jobs  then Quartz may 
     be your ideal solution.</p>
         <li>System Maintenance: Schedule a job to dump the contents of a database 
         into an XML file every business day (all weekdays except holidays) at 
         11:30 PM.</li>
     <h3>Free as in Beer?</h3>
     donation system</a> on SourceForge.</p>
-    <h3>Who makes Quartz?</h3>
-    <p>Quartz is largely due to the design and development efforts of James 
-    House, though there have been many other project contributors. Please feel 
-    free to participate at any level you wish. See details in the <a 
-    href="community.html">community</a> section of our web site.</p>
-    <p><b><i>Quartz has recently joined the OpenSymphony project.</i></b> 
-    Development of Quartz 2.0 is now underway, interested people can participate 
-    via the mail list identified on the "<a href="community.html">community</a>" 
-    page.</p>
-    <h3>Who's using Quartz?</h3>
+    <h3>Who is using Quartz?</h3>
     <p>Quartz is in use by thousands of people, many of whom have directly 
     embedded Quartz in their own applications, and others who are using products 
         <li><b>PartNET Inc.</b> - uses Quartz for scheduling application event and driving workflows within many of its products.</li>
         <li><b>U.S. Department of Defence</b> - uses Quartz at various points within an electronic commerce application.</li>
         <li><b>Level3 Communications</b> - uses Quartz to drive software builds and deployments.</li>
-        <li><b>Atlassian</b> - uses Quartz within their JIRA product.</li>
+        <li><b>Atlassian</b> - uses Quartz within their JIRA and Confluence products.</li>
         <li><b>Cisco</b> - uses Quartz in various in-house systems.</li>
         <li><b>Apache Jakarta</b> - Quartz is used within (or as plugins to) several products falling under the Jakarta umbrella.</li>
         <li><b>OpenSymphony</b> - Uses Quartz to drive the OS Workflow product.</li>

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     - <a href="http://jira.opensymphony.com/secure/BrowseProject.jspa?id=10060&report=roadmap">Roadmap</a><br>
     - <a href="http://jira.opensymphony.com/secure/BrowseProject.jspa?id=10060&report=changelog">Changelog</a><br>
-    - <a href="http://wiki.opensymphony.com/space/Quartz">Quartz Page</a>
+    - <a href="http://wiki.opensymphony.com/display/QRTZ">Quartz Page</a>