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From Gary Gregory <garydgreg...@gmail.com>
Subject release vs. SNAPSHOT sites.
Date Tue, 22 Jul 2014 23:07:54 GMT
Hi All:

Snapshots site are useless to users and somewhat useful to developers.

It is nice to be able to republish a site at will to fix documentation bugs
_without_ releasing a new version.

But, this is usually done by dragging along a SNAPSHOT version of
everything.

What to do?

We need to publish the current version of a component and keep it there, as
is. What about doc only changes? What if those fixes are Javadoc fixes?
Does not seem doable.

We could have, on the side a SNAPSHOT site.

That means two sites: RELEASE and SNAPSHOT.

Thoughts?

Gary

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