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From Orion Letizi <or...@terracotta.org>
Subject Re: geronimo terracotta plugin demo
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2007 21:40:39 GMT
Ah.  Yes.  I meant that we're trying to coincide the release of the  
Geronimo Terracotta plugin with the release of Geronimo 2.1.

Cheers,
Orion

On Oct 26, 2007, at 2:09 PM, Kevan Miller wrote:

> Hi Orion,
> Thanks for the note. I'm definitely interested in progress on the  
> geronimo terracotta plugin. So thanks for giving us a status  
> update. I have one clarification, below...
>
>
> On Oct 24, 2007, at 8:20 PM, Orion Letizi wrote:
>
>> On Monday, we demonstrated the bitchen geronimo terracotta plugin  
>> that Jeff Genender wrote.  Here are the notes I took about todo  
>> items, etc:
>>
>>   - Geronimo release will coincide with Terracotta release in Nov.
>
> We haven't set a release goal for our 2.1 release. I assume that  
> this is saying that the Geronimo Terracotta plugin will be released  
> when we release Geronimo 2.1. Correct?
>
> --kevan
>
>>   - TODO for that release:
>>     - Fix geronimo plugin pom.xml (gary k. has already dont this,  
>> but couldn't build the plugin on windows)
>>     - publish terracotta plugin artifacts to maven repo
>>     - documentation
>>
>>     - move plugin to forge
>>       - make sure Jeff has commit rights to forg>e
>>       - this will have the nice side benefit of continuous  
>> integration (see <http://forge.terracotta.org/> for details)
>>
>>   - sometime soon, we'll want to add the right magic to get the  
>> plugin tests run by the forge CI machine
>>
>>   - nice feature adds, not necessary for initial plugin release:
>>     - unwind terracotta plugin install:
>>         - safe start
>> 	- rename rc.d files
>>     - rebuilding the boot jar on change
>>       - groovy editing.  checking date/time stamps on config
>>     - geronimo console portlets
>>       - configuration editor portlet
>>       - tc admin console portlet
>>
>


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