Certain portions of the web site change with the times, but I was referring to the top level page athttp://jogl.dev.java.net/
which says "Welcome to the JOGL API Project!" and appears to be JOGL central. But I don't think it ever changes. I believe the front pages at opengl.org or mozilla.org are updated daily, so it gives you a reason to check back periodically. Daily updates aren't necessary, but I think the front page for an evolving project should be as recent as any content within the site. It would be nice if it said something like "The latest version is ___. Download it _here_." That just makes you feel like there's a little bit of life at the site and you're not wasting time reading a snapshot in time from a year ago.
I don't think the page reflects the current status of the project. For instance, the getting started section seems to focus on building the library rather than using it, which gives the impression that its still in a construction phase and, perhaps, not fully ready for use beyond contributors and early adopters. And the FAQ link at the top doesn't lead anywhere. I eventually found my way to the downloads and the forum, but some potential users that heard about JSR 231 and want to check the status may get the wrong impression and give up.