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From Chip Childers <>
Subject [ASFCS40] Fwd: Question about development release candidate distribution site
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2012 20:40:46 GMT
Hi all,

Below is a message that I sent to infra@, in order to figure out where
the "dev" dist directory gets hosted.

I've done the following today:

1 - created a "RC1" release candidate as SOURCE ONLY.  I'm using that
to iron out the process itself (for example, the issue below).

2 - documented the release creation steps here:

3 - staged an update to the cloudstack website here: (NOTE:
this is staging, and not published yet)

4 - added a script to help with this process here:;a=blob;f=tools/build/;h=f9e05dbbf412c527b3a00702d2ca9f0876a9f2e9;hb=HEAD

I know that several others are looking at getting the build functional
again, so I'm focused on the source bundle only right now.  Hopefully
we'll have a working build ready to package the RPM / DEB artifacts
for Thursday (and hopefully I've got answers to my queries of the
infrastructure team).


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Chip Childers <>
Date: Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 4:33 PM
Subject: Question about development release candidate distribution site

Hi all,

The CloudStack community is trying to begin the process of
establishing release candidates, and I need a little help / guidance
from this list.

I've been trying to understand how the directory
gets published to a website (and the mirrors).  I've been reviewing
the releases FAQ, and also looking at the other projects that have
content in the "dev" portion of the dist repo, but am unable to
determine where artifacts stored within "dev" are hosted.

Any help or pointers would be appreciated.


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