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From Rick McGuire <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Release Blueprint 1.0.0
Date Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:01:33 GMT
David Jencks wrote:
> Without some major justification I'm seriously -1 on releasing from 
> the sandbox.  I don't see any problem with moving this code to 
> components and releasing it from there, whether or not it then moves 
> somewhere else.
I'm also uncomfortable for the release tag for this being in the 
sandbox.  Too easy for this to be deleted accidentally from there.

> Another option is to copy it to servicemix for this release.
> Here are some nit's I'd prefer to see fixed or explained before release:
> 1. Most subprojects' NOTICE file are hardcoded rather than using 
> appended-resources w/remote-resources-plugin.  Does every non-test 
> bundle really include non-apache software?
I was just checking on this very thing.  Neither the blueprint-core jars 
nor the blueprint-cm jars contain the OSGi API classes, so their NOTICES 
probably should not include the OSGi reference.
> 2. the Bundle-Symbolic-Name values are ${artifactId} rather than the 
> default from the bundle plugin.  I'd really prefer to see "geronimo" 
> somewhere in the name
I agree.  The symbolic name should be more fully qualified.
> .
> 3. I don't understand what most of the stuff in blueprint-bundle 
> pom.xml is for and I'd prefer to see it explained.  My experiments 
> lead me to suspect you don't need the maven-shade-plugin.  What is the 
> motivation for this bundle in the first place?
> 4. blueprint.xsd is not a geronimo schema but it's under 
> org/apache/geronimo/blueprint.
> 5. blueprint-api uses jar packaging. Why?
> In general I'd like to see descriptions in the poms for noobs like me.
> thanks
> david jencks
> On Sep 9, 2009, at 5:27 AM, Kevan Miller wrote:
>> Hi Guillaume,
>> I guess I'd like to have some discussion about this, before voting...
>> If there's a desire to move this code to the new incubator project, 
>> I'm not sure why we'd be releasing out of Geronimo, now...
>> Also, if we do decide to release, I wouldn't think that we'd want the 
>> code to be in sandbox.
>> --kevan

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