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From Yuri Z <>
Subject Re: Current Release Status
Date Sat, 19 Jul 2014 17:02:42 GMT
The download page should refer to the official releases location at

On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 4:24 AM, Michael MacFadden <> wrote:

> Ok that makes sense.  I will start working on the downloads section.  I
> would like to get back in to coding after the release is done.  Also
> potentially reviving the maven build.  But for now, I think working on the
> web site will help let you all focus on code and release.  So that is what
> I will do to contribute for now!
> ~Michael
> On 12/22/13, 7:20 PM, "Ali Lown" <> wrote:
> >> Great news on GIT.  I think that will hep us immensely.  I have been
> >> following a lot of the mailing list.  Actually I spent quite while
> >>reading
> >> the list over the last few days.
> >
> >Yes. Subversion has been a point of 'stickiness' with new devs in the
> >past, and the workflow was quite convoluted.
> >
> >> From an Apache perspective, I do think that since we have been
> >>incubating
> >> for several years now, it is important for us to make a release soon if
> >>we
> >> are to stay in this community.  We need to demonstrate some forward
> >> progress.
> >
> >Indeed. We have spent most of this year iterating through the previous
> >4 release candidates, so I think it would be hard to argue that we
> >have made no forward progress.
> >Getting the first release (on such a large codebase) is quite
> >challenging, but I think we are now quite close to being in a suitable
> >state for thorough inspection by the rest of the Incubator.
> >
> >> So it sounds like we need to get through the search feature, then turn
> >> back to an RC5 release?
> >
> >Yep. Making the release once the search feature is pushed is a few hours
> >work.
> >Then, we want votes. Lots of votes. :)
> >
> >> What about the web site.  We donĀ¹t really have a spot to advertise
> >> releases. For a smooth re-entry, I could start to work on that as a
> >> non-critical-path task, so that when we are ready to release the web
> >>site
> >> is ready.
> >
> >I haven't worked on that bit yet, since none of the RCs came close enough.
> >If you could actually build the 'release download section' - which
> >needs to make use of the Apache mirroring system - then that would be
> >really useful!
> >(Using the sample stuff on the wiki it can be thrown together in a few
> >hours, but a polished, well-integrated download flow needs a bit more
> >thought to link in to our existing site)
> >
> >More user documentation on the wiki (and actually pointing them to the
> >wiki on the download/post-download page) is also always good!
> >
> >Ali

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