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From Aaron McCurry <>
Subject Re: Release Canidate
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2013 12:57:52 GMT
Thanks Patrick!

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 8:42 PM, Patrick Hunt <> wrote:

> LMK if you have any questions, however the easiest way to get reviews
> is to post an RC to the dev list for review. People can provide
> comments and when it's ready (once ppmc has approved) you can call for
> the vote on the IPMC.

Ok, I will be brave and ask for a review as soon as a couple of house
keeping tasks are complete.

> Are you planning to include binary convenience artifacts or just a
> source artifact? Starting with source only will make the process
> simpler. Including binaries makes things simpler for end users
> however...

I think that we will have both source and binary artifacts.

> You might also take a look at release artifacts from projects that
> recently went through the process. Curator & S4 have recent downloads
> you could look at.

I will thanks.

> Creating a "how to release" page on the wiki is a great thing to have
> IMO. This is a bit old but here's the one we used for whirr when it
> was in the incubator:

Great, thanks!

> Patrick
> On Sat, Jun 1, 2013 at 6:29 AM, Aaron McCurry <> wrote:
> > I would like to create a release candidate this weekend for blur-0.1.5 so
> > that a vote can be called on it at some point next week.  I am going to
> be
> > reading over all the requirements for a release this weekend and
> hopefully
> > make a cut of it on Sunday night EST.
> >
> > I would really like as much help in pointing out any issues with the
> > project, license, notice, dependencies issues, etc. anything and
> > everything.  This will be my first time in performing any kind of Apache
> > release so it's going to be a learning process for me.
> >
> > I have set in jira an official release of blue 0.1.5 in mid June, I would
> > really like to see that happen.  Thanks for any help that you can
> provide!
> >
> > Aaron

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