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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: [build] Maven repository for Geronimo?
Date Tue, 23 Dec 2003 22:19:49 GMT
After what looks like months of inactivity [this might be an artifact 
of jira reorganization] at the maven upload request jira, it looks like 
some maven upload requests are being addressed in the last few days.  
Since the maven guys have promised an automated upload system some time 
in the future, I'd rather not break their concept of a single 
repository by having an apache specific repository.

Meanwhile, can we continue to use Dain's home directory for our 
asf-compliant jars not available on ibiblio?

david jencks

On Tuesday, December 23, 2003, at 01:33 PM, Jan Bartel wrote:

> I'd like to suggest that we set up our own Maven repository that we 
> can use when building Geronimo.
> This is prompted by the fact that I've literally been waiting months 
> for the Tomcat 5 jars to be pushed up to the main Maven repository 
> over on Ibiblio, and I notice a few other people in the same boat. 
> This is hampering our progress, and I also think it isn't fair to put 
> the load on the Maven committers to copy up every other project's jars 
> to Ibiblio in a timely fashion.
> Therefore, I suggest we create a Maven repository on one of the 
> machines at Apache to which all of the Geronimo committers have write 
> access so we can keep it up to date.
> I volunteer to do this and consult with Apache people about an 
> appropriate machine.
> Jan

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