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From Jason van Zyl <>
Subject Re: Getting together a release
Date Wed, 20 Dec 2006 02:22:47 GMT

On 19 Dec 06, at 9:14 PM 19 Dec 06, Joakim Erdfelt wrote:

> Jason van Zyl wrote:
>> On 19 Dec 06, at 4:31 PM 19 Dec 06, Brett Porter wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I am going to start looking into the issue with Archiva hanging on
>>>, then look at getting a release together, since
>>> there has been a spike in interest and we can't really just  
>>> recommend
>>> people grab it from SVN.
>>> Other than that issue, does anyone have any "must fixes" for a  
>>> release?
>> Two concrete show stoppers I think are that it doesn't convert
>> repositories properly. I've found several things and the groovy
>> conversion problem that cropped up a few days ago.
>> Even on local setups Archiva will fall over. Joakim has found this
>> with his install and I have found it with mine.
>> Over the course of December the only things that have been worked on
>> are Security, some conversion to common stuff, and the logo. No work
>> done on the conversion, the proxy, or the reporting. I just honestly
>> don't think it does anyone any service releasing it like this.
> I've been trying to get archiva pulled into a decent profiler so I can
> track down the apparent memory leak we have.  The reason there hasn't
> been any commits is because I don't have a solution yet. ;-)
> As for the release.  I think making an 1.0-alpha-1 release would be  
> good
> at this point.

Yup, an alpha is fine.

> It will help if we have more people banging away at it.
> Having more test cases.  Having more jiras around it.  We know form  
> our
> own testing what needs to be fixed.  We can start with that list for
> 1.0-alpha-2.  By then we'll hopefully have more input from other  
> peoples
> out there.

Sounds perfectly reasonable.


> - Joakim

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