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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: Layout for Yoko Distribution...
Date Tue, 13 Jun 2006 16:33:45 GMT
groupId org.apache.yoko
artifactId yoko-core
version 1,0-incubating-M1

Ok, I'm sold.  I was half thinking in my head that our groupId or 
artifactId would have the word incubating in it.  I now realize that 
it's the version, which can easily be removed when we graduate.


Regards,
Alan

Daniel Kulp wrote:
> I remember why we put XXX-incubating-M1.jar for the tuscany jars....
>
> When you deploy to a maven repository, all the nice things like readme's and 
> such don't go with it and people never really open a jar/pom to see the 
> contents in there.   Thus, to make it clear that the jars are incubating, we 
> put incubating in the version name/number.    Without all the "extras" that 
> are included in a full distribution, it's hard to make it clear that those 
> artifacts are incubating.    Since making that clear is part of the rules of 
> the incubating process, we decided to try and follow the strict rules and 
> make even the maven deployed artifacts very clear.
>
> While not "required" per incubating rules, if you deploy the jars to ibiblio 
> or similar, you may be stepping outside the strict rules of incubating by 
> distributing stuff where it's not clear it's incubating.   Whether deploying 
> to ibiblio is considered distributing or not is up to the legal folks to 
> decide.
>
> IMO:  if the goal is to get out of incubating as quickly as possible, we 
> should completely avoid ruffling any feathers and make sure we're STRICTLY 
> following any ideas and guidelines.   If adding "incubating" to the names 
> avoids issues, that's probably a good thing and a very small price to pay.
>
> Enjoy!
> Dan
>
> On Tuesday June 13 2006 9:35 am, Sakala, Adinarayana wrote:
>   
>>> I'm thinking that our dists should unpack to something like
>>> yoko-incubator
>>> yoko-incubator-src
>>>       
>> If we have DISCLAIMER in the distribution and in our jars that clearly says
>> this is under incubation, Do we need word "incubator" in the root directory
>> name?
>> If possible i like to keep it short and simple :)
>>
>> thanks,
>> Adi
>>
>>     
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Alan D. Cabrera [mailto:list@toolazydogs.com]
>>> Sent: Monday, June 12, 2006 9:16 PM
>>> To: yoko-dev@incubator.apache.org
>>> Subject: Re: Layout for Yoko Distribution...
>>>
>>>
>>> We need an incubation disclaimer in the dist and in our jars.
>>>
>>> Binary Distribution:
>>>
>>>   yoko\
>>>     \samples (All yoko samples and demos)
>>>       \corba
>>>       \binding
>>>       \ejb
>>>     \bin (tools and env related scripts, etc)
>>>     \lib (All yoko related jars including any dependent jars)
>>>     \etc (configuration files etc)
>>>     \resources (Resources like, schemas, idl's etc if any)
>>>     \docs (Documentation including javadocs etc)
>>>     LICENSE
>>>     NOTICE
>>>     README.txt
>>>     DISCLAIMER
>>>
>>> Source Distribution:
>>>
>>>    yoko-src\
>>>       everything under trunk.
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm thinking that our dists should unpack to something like
>>>
>>> yoko-incubator
>>>
>>> yoko-incubator-src
>>>
>>>
>>> Thoughts?
>>>
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan
>>>       
>
>   


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