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Subject [Couchdb Wiki] Trivial Update of "Windows_Binary_Releases" by DaveCottlehuber
Date Sun, 04 Mar 2012 09:05:29 GMT
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The "Windows_Binary_Releases" page has been changed by DaveCottlehuber:
http://wiki.apache.org/couchdb/Windows_Binary_Releases?action=diff&rev1=87&rev2=88

Comment:
remove existing artefacts

   * Reply to the original Binary Release announcement - for example;
   {{{
  +1
- Windows 7 x64
+ Windows 7 x64 SP1
  Firefox 10.12
  signature OK
  md5 & sha OK
- No malware
+ No malware detected
  End-user verification OK
  Futon tests failed
  [... tedious details ommitted.. ]
  }}}
+  * If the vote is aborted, please ensure you remove any copies of the binary to avoid these
escaping into the wild
  
  If you are tallying:
  
@@ -61, +62 @@

   * Full details are on the main CouchDB [[Release_procedure|Release procedure]].
  
  = Release =
- On a successful vote, three things must be updated:
+ On an unsuccessful vote, ensure that the invalidated artefacts are removed from apache infrastructure,
to avoid these escaping into the wild.
  
+ For a successful vote, three things must be updated:
+ 
-  * Approved binaries with sha/md5/asc keys to be moved into the {{{dist}}} environment
+  * Approved binaries with sha/md5/asc keys to be moved into the {{{dist}}} environment.
-  * Subsequent update of CouchDB downloads page
+  * Subsequent update of CouchDB downloads page.
   * Once these are available on mirrors, the confirmation announcement can be sent.
  
  = NOTES =
   * currently working with HTTPD team to see if the new fancypants code signing is usable
-  * will likely roll releases of 1.2.0 in the usual fashion and use pgp keys to validate
it
   * still need way of referencing the detailed build process, and labelling artefacts.
  
  If you'd like to help out with making a release, lets us know on the [[http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/couchdb-dev/|couchdb-dev]]
mailing list.

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