Russell, I do not maintain the Maven repository, and do not have time to do so, and it is not an official MASON thing.  I don't recall who set it up originally, but you're welcome to update it if you see fit.

MASON doesn't really have any dependencies at all if you're compiling against the jar file.  But the following libraries will extend its capabilities:

	- JFreeChart
	- JCommon
	- iText (no later than 1.2, as later versions are no longer open source)
	- Java Media Framework
	- Java3D
	- NCSA Portfolio (only the version distributed with MASON)

All of these except for Java3D are available in the file on the MASON website.


On Mar 1, 2015, at 10:44 PM, Russell Thomas <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> We are creating a software project that uses MASON and  is now in a GitHub repository.  Eventually, we want to expand this into an open source project.
> We want to use Maven to build the project, and this would be very easy if MASON and itís dependencies were registered in The Central Repository (  Apparently, this was done in the past (2009) but itís now very out of date.  Having our project and all dependencies registered in The Central Repository makes it much easier for software developers to use our libraries and stay up-to-date with a streamlined build process.
> Question: is there any plan to register MASON and its dependencies in The Central Repository?  If not, who should we talk to about this topic?
> In the meantime, we will find a short-term workaround for our project.
> Thanks,
> Russ Thomas
> Department of Computational Social Science
> George Mason University