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From Svetoslav Neykov <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Apache Brooklyn 0.7.0-M2-incubating [rc3]
Date Fri, 12 Dec 2014 15:46:51 GMT
> 3. Build from source distro without running tests gives an error [3]

I think it’s the same as <>.
Happens if you don’t clean after a repository clone (i.e. execute mvn install directly).


> On 12.12.2014 г., at 17:36, Richard Downer <> wrote:
> Thanks Hadrian for trying this out and giving your feedback.
> On 12 December 2014 at 14:59, Hadrian Zbarcea <> wrote:
>> +1 (binding) contingent on noting the issues below and following up with
>> another rc soon-ish.
> Could you help me with a point about incubator votes? I notice that
> your vote is "binding", and that you are on the IPMC. I had assumed
> that on this vote (to dev@brooklyn list) binding votes were only from
> the Brooklyn PPMC, including the Brooklyn mentors. Is it the case that
> an IPMC member can always issue binding votes wherever a PPMC can?
> Not that this is a complaint of course - the more binding votes the better :-)
>> 3. Build from source distro without running tests gives an error [3]
> I'm not aware of this error and I haven't been able to reproduce it
> myself - would you be able to file a bug report and/or post to the
> Brooklyn list with some more information?
>> 4. Build from source distro and running tests gives another error [4], I
>> think it is known one.
> Yes this one is known and is fixed on the master branch. The problem
> is that the release has taken a while so far, so the release branch is
> now missing several fixes that are on master. If you believe that this
> issue is important enough, then we should be able to cherry-pick this
> bug into the release branch (there is likely to be another rc before
> we take this to the general@incubator list for their vote)
>> 5. Sources are in the "brooklyn" package, I think moving to
>> "org.apache.brooklyn" would be a mandatory prerequisite for graduation.
>> Easier to get it done earlier.
> Yes, this is something that we were aware of that needs to be
> addressed before graduation. It's something that needs to be planned
> carefully because it can cause significant disruption to our
> community, by breaking the builds of anybody who has written their own
> integrations for Brooklyn.
> Thanks again for taking the time to do this!
> Richard.

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