I posted this email to the NUnitAsp mailing lists today:
I'm making it official: I am no longer maintaining or supporting NUnitAsp.
That project ended years ago, but I kept NUnitAsp alive, even though I haven't written any ASP.NET code for a long time. The NUnitAsp v2.0 release last year was my last attempt to fill in the big holes. Now it supports multiple forms, has a simpler syntax, and it tests HTML as well as ASP.NET server-side components.
Despite these flaws, I think NUnitAsp is an interesting tool. I'm proud of the code and the API. If nothing else, it's a good example of what a dedicated agilist will do when faced with a brand-new platform: he finds a way to unit test it.
If you would like to take over development of NUnitAsp, and you have name recognition in the community, I will be happy to hand it over to you. If I don't recognize you, feel free to fork the code. When your fork is successful, let me know, and I will give you the keys to the "official" project. NUnitAsp still gets between one and two thousand downloads per month, so it's not quite dead yet.
Thanks for your interest in NUnitAsp and in sticking with me over the years. I'm not going away, of course--I just have other projects that are occupying my time. I write about them at jamesshore.com.