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From Daniel Gruno <>
Subject Re: Please add your release data for 'maven'
Date Tue, 03 Mar 2015 21:26:37 GMT
Hi Karl,
If you don't want to add release data for plugins, you can simply 
disregard the email, it is not a requirement but merely a help to others 
that want to track how Maven is doing. Whether you add data for all 
plugins or just Maven is entirely up to you.

The artifact is the PMC that releases. If you need to put a project or 
plugin name into it, just use the version field.
We'll figure out a smarter way to display the release timeline soon 
enough :)

With regards and thanks for adding things,

On 2015-03-03 22:22, Karl Heinz Marbaise wrote:
> Hi,
> as a PMC member i received based on a new release the following email...
> I have taken a look and i have reported some versions...
> The problem i have currently is that only for Maven itself there are 
> entries....but in we release a large number of 
> plugins...can be seen  the question is:
> Is it intended to add also the releases of those plugins etc. as i 
> did...but based on the template it allows only a single artifact 
> "Maven" with a version...
> Kind regards
> Karl Heinz Marbaise
> On 3/3/15 9:55 PM, Apache Reporter Service wrote:
>> Hi,
>> This is an automated email from
>> I see that you just pushed something to our release repository for 
>> the maven project.
>> If you are a PMC member of this project, we ask that you log on to:
>> and add your release data (version and date) to the database.
>> If you are not a PMC member, please have a PMC member add this 
>> information.
>> While this is not a requirement, we ask that you still add this data 
>> to the
>> reporter database, so that people using the Apache Reporter Service 
>> will be
>> able to see the latest release data for this project.
>> With regards,
>> The Apache Reporter Service.
> Mit freundlichem Gruß
> Karl-Heinz Marbaise

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