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From Nick Chalko <n...@chalko.com>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] End Gump builds for sandbox projects
Date Tue, 02 Mar 2004 00:28:32 GMT
As long as project don't decide to use gump anyways and cheat relying on 
a version sandbox projects jar checked into CVS then I think this is a 
reasonable thing.
Stephen Colebourne wrote:

>This is a proposal to begin to end the abuse of the sandbox. (The sandbox
>was intended as a temporary 'play area' for new ideas, not a long term
>project home)
>
>Gump is the key mechanism used in apache to ensure that everything keeps
>building. By removing the sandbox projects, we should encourage other
>projects not to depend on the sandbox unless they are willing to help push
>the project to a release.
>
>Normally decisions such as this have been left to each project, but IMHO its
>time for commons-dev to take control. Any views? Do we vote or just do it?
>
>Stephen
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