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From Rick McGuire <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] 2.0-M1 Release
Date Tue, 19 Dec 2006 09:33:14 GMT

Matt Hogstrom wrote:
> All,
> I have prepared 2.0-M1 for release.  Of course all the hard work was 
> done by the lot of y'all :)
> I have tested DayTrader 2.0-SNAPSHOT on this build and I'm satisfied 
> with the results.  All modes of operation functioned well (SLSB, 
> Direct, EJB and JPA).  I toned all the logs down to error to not 
> overwhelm the users with lots of diagnostic output (they can always 
> turn it up later if they want.)
> The uploads are taking forever so you'll see some piece parts trickle 
> in.  For the review I expect you'll want to focus on 
> as this contains the 
> assemblies for your review and testing.  I've included both Tomcat and 
> Jetty as well as the minimal and j5ee assemblies.  The source code is 
> also there.
> Note that if you are planning on building you'll need to obtain the 
> openejb-2.2-incubating jars to your local repo.  The easiest way to do 
> this is to modify the root pom and add a repository for David's home 
> directory at
> For SNAPSHOTs of certain plugins I have resolved these files to the 
> most recent SNAPSHOT date / timestamp.  I'm pulling a copy of these 
> and will be putting them into our SVN for folks who may want to build 
> in the future.  I'm not too concerned about repeatability as this 
> Milestone will be superseded at the end of January with the next version.
> The other MAven artifacts will be trickling onto people across my 
> horribly slow home pipe and dropped into 
> over the next few hours.
> Please review and cast your vote early.  The faster we determine this 
> build is good or if there is an issue the better.
> Thanks in advance for all your help in this effort.
> This vote will conclude at 0400 ET on Dec 21 (unless all you PMC 
> members vote quicker :)
> If a respin is is necessary this vote will be suspended and a new one 
> will start.
> Matt Hogstrom

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