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From Tim O'Brien <>
Subject Re: [all] maven sites
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2004 05:43:22 GMT
Alright, Mark I defer to your wise judgement.

Thanks, BTW, for coordinating the java-repository stuff, that's a good 
step in the right direction.


Mark R. Diggory wrote:
> Tim,
> You don't need to be working with the cvs head of maven to get this look 
> and feel, simply upgrading the xdoc plugin to its latest release (1.5) 
> produces the new L&F.
> %maven -DgroupId=maven -DartifactId=maven-xdoc-plugin -Dversion=1.5 
> plugin:download
> And your site will have the new look and feel. I think its difficult to 
> restrict developers to publishing with the "current release" of Maven 
> when they may be working with different versions of the plugins (many 
> times out of necessity). For instance, if we want to have Project 
> Documentation above the Common Navigation, we will need to be using xdoc 
> 1.5
> I'm not convinced myself that a "standardization" to this particular 
> version of Maven is going to be very beneficial at this time. I think we 
> should plan to standardize on the future official 1.0 release after 
> Maven has worked though its release candidate process.
> -Mark
> Tim O'Brien wrote:
>> Hey, someone is publishing Commons Maven sites with an unreleased 
>> version of Maven.  Probably either from Maven's CVS HEAD, or a beta 
>> version.
>> BeanUtils, Betwixt, and Digester all have the newish Maven L+F.  A 
>> decision was reached a while back to standardize on the released 
>> version of Maven.
>> Could whoever did that please get the released version of Maven and 
>> republish those sites?
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