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From Leo Simons <m...@leosimons.com>
Subject thanks for getting it out there! (was: Re: completing the release process)
Date Tue, 27 Mar 2007 15:06:18 GMT
Hey guys,

I think a big *thank you* to Aaron and especially to Jorg (first-time  
release manager I believe!) is in order. So: thank you!

Doing release management for a project like ours is not exactly  
trivial, and given how old, erm, stable this stuff is and how much  
"exciting" stuff happens around here, it might not be too glamorous  
either. I think the fact that we (finally!) were able to get this  
stuff out properly is worth a lot; for me it is part of showing that  
apache can make good on its stability and long-term availability  
reputation. In a java landscape full of backwards-incompatible  
releases, loads of java-5-only open source projects (when 90% of the  
industry runs 1.4.x), continuous refactoring, and classloader  
architectures that *still* mostly suck everywhere, excalibur remains  
a dependable bastion of stability.

I don't know if you'll make it to ApacheCon Europe (though I'll be  
really surprised if I see Aaron around here :-)), but I'll be sure to  
buy you a beer or other beverage if you do!



On Mar 15, 2007, at 5:36 AM, J Aaron Farr wrote:
> Jorg Heymans <jheymans@apache.org> writes:
>> Would it be fair to say that, since this was most probably the last
>> big release, it is not so important anymore to adhere to the previous
>> release structure and you could just go ahead and do A) - also for
>> simplicity's sake ?
> Done.  Releases should be hitting the mirrors soon and the website  
> is updated:
>  http://excalibur.apache.org/download.cgi
> You can send the announcement or if you'd rather, I will.

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