On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 2:26 AM, Emmanuel Lecharny <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We will _not_break any apache rule, if we consider that we will release a subproject after having vote for the encapsulating release. That's the key. Again, if we release ADS after a vote, we release in the same time daemon, installers, shared and project. I don't see why we should launch 4 sub-votes in this case.
David Jencks wrote:
ATM, I think that we just need to vote for Server, Studio, and shared.
I would like to get your opinion.
Do you have some reason to think that releasing stuff without a pmc vote is allowed by apache rules? I really thought that was the one inalterable and inescapable duty of the PMC.
Now, if we have to release a sub-project per se, then a vote would be necessary.
Regarding the TLP pom.xml, again, it should _not_ be released alone, but must be released after a vote of a release of ADS or shared.
So if I gave the impression that I allowed a release of the TLP pom.xml alone without a vote, I'm sorry about that, it was my mistake.