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From Dan Diephouse <>
Subject Re: Publishing snapshots....
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 15:42:52 GMT
+1 to publishing SNAPSHOTS ASAP. It helps us build community and better 

I don't think there are requirements placed on snapshots. At least I 
don't see anything in the documentation. And based on precedent with 
other projects (ServiceMix, AMQ I know do) [1][2] I think its OK.

- Dan


Daniel Kulp wrote:
> Apache has some "rules" about publishing to the maven repositories that are 
> documented at:
> One of the concerns I have is:
> As long as your project (ie PMC) is happy with the release, then they can go 
> in the snapshot repository, otherwise you should just release in your 
> space.
> My question to our PMC's is:
> What must we do to start publishing snapshots to the apache snapshot 
> repository?     
> I'm not talking a full release or anything, just snapshots.   The yoko folks 
> would like to start porting their stuff to the new cxf codebase, but really 
> cannot until we have snapshots available to them.
> I've added the apache license to all .java, .xml, .wsdl, and .xsd files in the 
> codebase.   What else needs to be done?  The NOTICE, DISCLAIMER.txt, and  
> LICENSE files?   I know they are needed for a full release, but snapshots as 
> well?
> Thanks!

Dan Diephouse
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