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From "Mark R. Diggory" <>
Subject Re: repository
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:23:07 GMT
There are now two places that code can be placed to get into the Maven 
repository at ibiblio.

1.) All apache hosted projects can publish their contents into

this makes the process of releasing a distro at apache "not" dependent 
on ibiblio (it is just a mirror of our stuff). Its important to note, 
only apache content can be placed into this repository. Any Apache 
Developer with Commit rights can complete this process.

2.) All non-apache hosted content can be submitted to ibiblio via the 
submition process designated in the maven documentation:

This however, is in flux and may change in the near future.


Torsten Curdt wrote:

> I haven't found an explicit rule in the commons
> charter but is this the trail new commons components
> need to take? ...or usually do?
> proposal -if accepted-> sandbox -later maybe-> repository
> Does a new component need to exist somewhere else
> first? Or is a plan good enough?
> Does the code need to come from an ASF
> project or just be under ASF license?

> cheers
> -- 
> Torsten
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Mark Diggory
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