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Subject [Apache Bloodhound] BloodhoundReleaseProcess modified
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2013 18:17:26 GMT
Page "BloodhoundReleaseProcess" was changed by gjm
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Revision 4
Index: BloodhoundReleaseProcess
--- BloodhoundReleaseProcess (version: 3)
+++ BloodhoundReleaseProcess (version: 4)
@@ -2,15 +2,24 @@
 === Prerequisites ===
 1. Commit access to {{{[...]bloodhound}}} and {{{}}}
-1. PGP registered on the Apache ID
+1. PGP code signing key uploaded to a public keyserver and added to your account details
at the Apache ID. Details here:
 === Prepare the release ===
 1. Update the RELEASE_NOTES file highlighting new features and issues fixed
  1. Optionally include major known issues that remain
  1. Update NOTICES file if required
+ 1. Check for any unapproved licences
or missing license headers
  1. Update packages version numbers to reflect the current overall version number if required
-1. Create branch named <version number>
-1. Export branch to separate directory, named apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>
+ 1. Commit changes back to trunk.
+1. If this is a to be a new x.y release, create a new branch named <version number>:
+svn copy<version
number> -m "branching for new release"
+After this point, if there are any issues that block release, fixes should be 
+1. Export branch to separate directory, named apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>:
+ svn export<vesion number>
apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>
 1. Check for open tickets requiring the exclusion of files and directories for the current
release and remove these
 1. Zip up that directory in Terminal (OS X 10.8) using:
@@ -18,7 +27,7 @@
 1. Create a detached signature file for the tar.gz file. For example, on the command line
with gpg:
-gpg --armor --output apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>.tar.gz.asx --detach-sig
apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>.tar.gz
+gpg --armor --output apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>.tar.gz.asc --detach-sig
apache-bloodhound-incubating-<version number>.tar.gz
 1. Create an md5 file for the tar.gz file. For example with gpg:

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