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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: [vote] Releasing the root build POM 1.0.5
Date Sun, 21 May 2006 16:50:49 GMT
Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:
> Trustin Lee a écrit :
>
>> As you noticed from my recent questions to the infra team, cvs and 
>> svn have been separated from minotaur *permanently*, and therefore we 
>> cannot use cvs.apache.org <http://cvs.apache.org> anymore.  We need 
>> to change it to something else.  I thought specifying 
>> minotaur.apache.org <http://minotaur.apache.org> directly, but Noel 
>> kindly pointed me out that it's wrong.  For now, we can use 
>> people.apache.org <http://people.apache.org>, but I think we need to 
>> file a JIRA issue about this so the infra team can create a new 
>> generic name for this use case, such as build.apache.org 
>> <http://build.apache.org> or site.apache.org 
>> <http://site.apache.org>. Meanwhile, we can go with people.apache.org 
>> <http://people.apache.org>.
>
> To clarify, after a convo with Trustin, this change is needed because 
> we need a place to store our SNAPSHOTs somwhere, and cvs.apache.org is 
> not this somwhere anymore :)
>
> It would be better if we have a place named maven.apache.org - and we 
> will ask for it - but right now, we don't have it, so we have to move 
> to a permanent and stable place to store those SNAPSHOTs that maven 
> need. This is why Trustin suggest people.apache.org.

This may not work, creating new host names like build.apache.org.   The 
reason for this is that the Apache server will just redirect back to 
people.apache.org.  The reason that we care is that maven does not 
follow redirects that go to another site.


Regards,
Alan



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