Specsy's groupId will stay the same as before (net.orfjackal.specsy), at
least until Specsy 2.0, which will anyways include changes to package
names and artifactIds. Specsy 2.0 will support the Jumi test runner
(https://github.com/orfjackal/jumi - currently under development) which
among other things adds parallel execution. Specsy 2.x will also include
support for JVM languages other than Scala (probably at first Groovy,
JRuby and Java; maybe later Clojure).
I will probably still release one Specsy 1.x version, which will add
support for the "before & after class" concept. That is the last feature
I can think of which will increase Specsy's expressivity. After that I
can't think of any more features to add or remove, so Specsy is nearing
"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but
when there is nothing left to take away."
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery