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From "Jesse McConnell" <>
Subject Re: is alpha 1 really released?
Date Wed, 02 May 2007 14:10:47 GMT
there was discussion on this on another thread on this list...but I
will reiterate here that I feel uncomfortable shoving big war files
and these alpha-1 artifacts into the main repository.  No one is
programming against these things in the main repository...we don't
even publish incremental snapshots of continuum that I know of during
development, so why shove all that stuff into the main repositories,
especially for an alpha release...the final artifacts I am all for,
but these alpha builds?

if everyone wants to say stuff it jesse and just put them up there, I
am fine with that, I just don't see the point :)

as for updating the site, its on my list of things to do, but I
haven't tackled it yet, it might only take me a few minutes, but then
I haven't released a site at apache yet so...its on my list, just
haven't gotten there yet.

I am set to try and get some time on continuum soon and release an
alpha-2 on May 21st....maybe we can make that one have more
announcement bits..


On 5/2/07, Wendy Smoak <> wrote:
> On 5/2/07, Brett Porter <> wrote:
> > I'm trying to find the official release, and I can only find the file
> > in Jesse's home directory, and no announcement. Bit lost.
> >
> > Can we do these?
> > - put in the main repo
> > - put in /dist/
> > - put on the website
> > - announce to lists / blogs
> It's under and was quietly announced on
> the user list:
>  *
> As we've discussed, it's an official release and could be mirrored,
> but for an early alpha, this seems appropriate to me.
> --
> Wendy

jesse mcconnell

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