Just a word of warning, guys; not specifically related to biojava but
just in general -
Remember that the use of third-party software impacts on software in one
of two ways:
1. If you ship jar files with jsbml you impact on the type of licence
that you can grant
2. If you don't ship the jars but require them you impact on the user
and his need to install other things to make your software work.
I'm not saying you shouldn't use existing code - it is indeed a waste of
time to keep redeveloping the same thing. But it is worth thinking about
the balance between functionality gained versus restrictions imposed by
using a particular third party software.
No criticism intended, you guys are doing a great job :-)