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From Karl Wright <daddy...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Delivery of source of integration packages for 0.4-incubating
Date Fri, 09 Dec 2011 08:08:55 GMT
> Why only sources? I guess (not checked yet) the Sharepoint / Meridio ones
> could not be redistributed as binaries with an Apache License but I think
> the Solr stuff can be.

The binaries are actually checked into the main ManifoldCF tree, and
are delivered with ManifoldCF.

> We may create a module called "MCF-integration" which aggregates the
> sources for each of these modules.
> I've seen this being done in the past where the source release contained
> all the modules' sources while the single source artifacts could be
> retrieved from the Apache Maven repository.

The update/release cycle for each component is different.  For
instance, I wouldn't anticipate releasing the SharePoint/Meridio
release again for years, perhaps.

Thanks!
Karl

On Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 1:21 AM, Tommaso Teofili
<tommaso.teofili@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
>
> 2011/12/8 Karl Wright <daddywri@gmail.com>
>
>> Hi Folks,
>>
>> The manifoldcf 0.4-incubating release does not include sources for the
>> following components that are meant to be installed on repositories,
>> in order to enable the corresponding connector:
>>
>> - the solr 3.x security plugin
>> - the solr 4.x security plugin
>> - the SharePoint 3.0 MCPermissions.asmx web service
>> - the Meridio user lookup web service
>>
>> I have put together all of these under
>> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/lcf/integration.  Each of
>> them has their own license, notice, etc.  My plan was to release them
>> independently and somewhat before ManifoldCF 0.4-incubating, as
>> separate packages with different names and version numbers (e.g.
>> "Apache SharePoint 3.0 ManifoldCF Plugin",
>> "apache-sharepoint-3.0-manifoldcf-plugin-0.1-incubating").
>>
>> First, some things to note:
>> (1) I have no intention to deliver anything other than source
>> zips/tar.gzs for these, and of course corresponding signature files.
>>
>
> Why only sources? I guess (not checked yet) the Sharepoint / Meridio ones
> could not be redistributed as binaries with an Apache License but I think
> the Solr stuff can be.
>
>
>> (2) I have no idea what the incubator release process should look like
>> for something like this.  Tommaso, what do you think?  Should we put
>> the packages up and request an incubator vote on each one?
>>
>
> We may create a module called "MCF-integration" which aggregates the
> sources for each of these modules.
> I've seen this being done in the past where the source release contained
> all the modules' sources while the single source artifacts could be
> retrieved from the Apache Maven repository.
>
> Otherwise if you want to have separate source packages being released
> separately then yes we have to call a vote on general@ for each of them.
>
>
>> I'd like to get the ball rolling quickly, before the holidays mess us
>> up, since these are prerequisites for the main 0.4 release.
>>
>> Karl
>>
>
> Tommaso

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