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From Geir Magnusson Jr <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [classlib] security moved
Date Fri, 17 Feb 2006 15:17:08 GMT
Really.. It's a snapshot.  Please.  That way you can get the refactoring 
in and new VM up....  T

The PMC had been advised that we are doing shapshots...

Geir Magnusson Jr wrote:
> Tim Ellison wrote:
>> Geir Magnusson Jr wrote:
>>> Tim Ellison wrote:
>>>> Geir Magnusson Jr wrote:
>>>>> I moved modules/security to archive/modules/security and moved
>>>>> modules/security2 to modules/security.  I adjusted build scripts as
>>>>> needed.
>>>> Thanks.  How about making the archive/ a peer of trunk/, branches/ &
>>>> tags/, then people downloading trunk won't get the archived stuff too?
>>> Hm.  I think of it still as "live material" in our tree, but I don't
>>> feel too strongly about this.  If we keep it there, we should set  a
>>> policy to expire it out of there at some point.
>> whatever -- I don't really mind either.  We have a module called
>> 'archive' so don't want to add to confusion about the archive in trunk.
>>>>> I wasn't able to go further or put a snapshot up because of really 
>>>>> awful
>>>>> network conditions in the hotel I'm in. (There seems to be something
>>>>> systemically bad about Embassy Suites - this is the second time 
>>>>> I've had
>>>>> network problems in the last two times I stayed in one...)
>>>> I have built the refactored code (at rev 378478) and created the 
>>>> snapshot
>>>> archives.  They are sitting on my disk at the moment.  Do we need a
>>>> green light from the incubator PMC before uploading a new snapshot?
>>> No.  I'll check to see if I promised lazy notification messages on this.
>> ok -- let me know, I'll wait.
>  Don't hold up for this.  This is for all practical purposes an 
> automated snapshot, you being the automator...  No one will confuse this 
> for a release of any sort.
> We prollie should be doubly sure, and put a note in the root - 
> SNAPSHOT.txt or something for next time...
>>> BTW, is there an ant target for this snapshot creation yet?
>> erm, (shuffle, shuffle), no.  I run the default target and copy in the
>> license, notices, and readme files.  I'll add it to the list
> Cool - I just was getting bleary-eyed last night so wasn't sure if I 
> missed it..
> thx
> geir

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