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From Stephen Connolly <stephen.alan.conno...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Apache Maven Model Converter version 2.3
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2013 12:44:07 GMT
r1514680

Does that, coupled with the knowledge that our source release bundles are
*supposed to* include the tag details that they were built from resolve
your issue?

(Obviously there is more tooling we can add... for instance I suspect that
for GIT we are not including the git hash that release:perform is running
from... which is something I think we can address)


On 16 August 2013 13:17, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 16 August 2013 13:08, Fred Cooke <fred.cooke@gmail.com> wrote:
> > They're deployed as a set, so what I want is the SHA1 or even MD5 of any
> > one of the set of uploaded files, such that I can confirm that the set is
> > the set that I am supposed to be looking at. I don't see importance in
> > which, but I've not thought about it much. I think *all* would be huge
> > overkill.
>
> It's only really needed for source archives, which are the ones being
> officially voted on.
>
> This is something I've long thought is necessary to be able to tie the
> vote mail to the artifacts.
>
> And it could be very useful to have the hash in the mail archive.
>
> > On Sat, Aug 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM, Stephen Connolly <
> > stephen.alan.connolly@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> That sounds like you are looking for the SHA1 sum of the source bundle
> to
> >> be included in the vote email. Which would seem perfectly reasonable to
> me.
>
> Yes please!
>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On 16 August 2013 12:31, Fred Cooke <fred.cooke@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > Dennis, of course source bundles will contain URLs and hashes and
> >> revisions
> >> > and so forth, and the chance of those being mismatched is
> approximately
> >> > zero. That's not the point.
> >> >
> >> > The point (for me, at least) is what did you INTEND to release, and
> does
> >> > THAT match what is actually found in the bundle (including URLs and
> >> hashes
> >> > etc matching).
> >> >
> >> > Releasing is a fundamentally human process that consists of "is this
> >> > ready?" and "pull trigger". Some binaries and bundles end up on
> server of
> >> > some type somewhere. I want to know the checksum of one of the set of
> >> items
> >> > (so I KNOW (not guess) that I'm looking at what you want me to), and I
> >> want
> >> > to know what SCM or tarball+patchset you think you released it from.
> This
> >> > is human information that can't be automated. The bundle someone goes
> and
> >> > finds could have anything in it, and they won't know if it's what you
> >> > wanted it to have in it, or not.
> >> >
> >> > Fred.
> >> >
> >> > On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 11:25 PM, Dennis Lundberg <dennisl@apache.org
> >> > >wrote:
> >> >
> >> > > On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 11:24 AM, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > >
> >> > > > On 16 August 2013 09:32, Dennis Lundberg <dennisl@apache.org>
> wrote:
> >> > > > > On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 9:52 AM, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com>
wrote:
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > >> On 16 August 2013 08:10, Dennis Lundberg <dennisl@apache.org>
> >> > wrote:
> >> > > > >> > On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 1:20 AM, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> >> On 15 August 2013 20:57, Dennis Lundberg <
> dennisl@apache.org>
> >> > > wrote:
> >> > > > >> >> > On Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 9:27 PM, sebb
<sebbaz@gmail.com>
> >> > wrote:
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> >> On 15 August 2013 14:16, Jason van
Zyl <jason@tesla.io>
> >> > wrote:
> >> > > > >> >> >> > What Sebb is doing is perfectly
reasonable.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > I agree. Checking that the source bundle
is correct is
> good
> >> > > release
> >> > > > >> >> review
> >> > > > >> >> > practice.
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > Thank you!
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> > He's trying to assert that everything
in the source
> ball
> >> > > > actually
> >> > > > >> >> comes
> >> > > > >> >> >> from source control and that no errant
files have made
> their
> >> > way
> >> > > > into
> >> > > > >> >> the
> >> > > > >> >> >> distribution. Right now we cannot
assert that the
> assembly
> >> > > plugin
> >> > > > has
> >> > > > >> >> not
> >> > > > >> >> >> wandered outside the checkout and
pulled something else
> in,
> >> or
> >> > > > that
> >> > > > >> >> someone
> >> > > > >> >> >> didn't accidentally put something
else in the
> distribution.
> >> I
> >> > > > think
> >> > > > >> this
> >> > > > >> >> >> unlikely but we can't assert otherwise
right now which I
> >> > believe
> >> > > > is
> >> > > > >> >> Sebb's
> >> > > > >> >> >> point.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> It *has* already happened several
times that I am aware
> of.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> The last few releases of the War plugin
(various RMs &
> >> voters)
> >> > > > >> >> >> included at least one spurious file.
> >> > > > >> >> >> So it was not just a one-off packaging
- and review -
> >> failure.
> >> > > > >> >> >> [See separate thread(s) for all the
details; they are not
> >> > > germane
> >> > > > >> here.]
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> The message is that mistakes happen
even in automated
> >> > processes.
> >> > > > >> >> >> Which is why independent comparison
of input and output
> is
> >> > > > valuable.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> > If we can embed the revision
from which the assembly
> was
> >> > made
> >> > > in
> >> > > > >> the
> >> > > > >> >> >> assembly itself (and maybe the build
number plugin is
> doing
> >> > this
> >> > > > >> >> already),
> >> > > > >> >> >> then a tool can be made to unpack
the assembly, checkout
> the
> >> > > > revision
> >> > > > >> >> and
> >> > > > >> >> >> assert that everything in the source
distribution comes
> from
> >> > > > source
> >> > > > >> >> control.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> >> > If we can also assert that as
part of each build all
> the
> >> > > license
> >> > > > >> files
> >> > > > >> >> >> are intact and headers are in place
then I believe we're
> >> done
> >> > > with
> >> > > > >> >> >> provenance.
> >> > > > >> >> >> > Licenses are present, all files
have valid license
> >> headers,
> >> > > all
> >> > > > >> files
> >> > > > >> >> >> present in the source distribution
come from source
> control,
> >> > all
> >> > > > >> >> >> contributions to source control are
from bonafide CLA
> >> carrying
> >> > > > Apache
> >> > > > >> >> >> committers because you don't get access
to commit until
> the
> >> > CLA
> >> > > > is on
> >> > > > >> >> file.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> >> > Sebb, reasonably accurate?
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> Yes.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> One other point I made already is
that I think the vote
> >> e-mail
> >> > > > needs
> >> > > > >> >> >> to be transparent to all, not just
those on the PMC.
> >> > > > >> >> >> Links to the output from the release
process are
> obviously
> >> > > > already in
> >> > > > >> >> >> the mail; what is missing is the input
to the process,
> e.g..
> >> > SCM
> >> > > > >> >> >> coords.
> >> > > > >> >> >> Yes, it may be possible to dig out
the details from the
> >> > archive,
> >> > > > but
> >> > > > >> >> >> that's not trivial.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > I disagree.
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > If we focus first on a "normal" release,
one that
> succeeds on
> >> > the
> >> > > > >> first
> >> > > > >> >> > attempt, without a respin or deleting
of tags.
> >> > > > >> >> > To check provenance you would do this:
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > 1. download the source bundle
> >> > > > >> >> > 2. unpack the source bundle
> >> > > > >> >> > 3. checkout the corresponding source code
from the SCM
> >> > > > >> >> > 4. compare the two trees
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > Right so far?
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > What you want, if I understand you correctly,
is to have
> the
> >> > SCM
> >> > > > URL
> >> > > > >> in
> >> > > > >> >> the
> >> > > > >> >> > vote email. So that you can give that
to your SCM client
> in
> >> > step
> >> > > 3.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> Yes.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> > With the process we use here at the Maven
project, the SCM
> >> URL
> >> > is
> >> > > > in
> >> > > > >> the
> >> > > > >> >> > pom.xml file that sits in the root directory
of the
> unpacked
> >> > > source
> >> > > > >> >> bundle.
> >> > > > >> >> > All you need to do is open the file and
copy the URL from
> >> > there.
> >> > > I
> >> > > > >> still
> >> > > > >> >> > fail to see how that is so much harder
than to copy the
> URL
> >> > from
> >> > > an
> >> > > > >> >> email.
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > That is if you don't know the conventions
that we use, by
> way
> >> > of
> >> > > > the
> >> > > > >> >> > Release Plugin. The tag will always be
in the format
> >> > > > >> >> > ${project.artifactId}-${project.version}
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> My point is that it should be completely transparent,
even
> to
> >> > > outside
> >> > > > >> >> reviewers.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> > I guess that this is the point that we'll have
to agree to
> >> > disagree
> >> > > > on.
> >> > > > >> My
> >> > > > >> > view is that if someone wants to to review a release
from the
> >> > Maven
> >> > > > >> > project, they'd have to have a basic understanding
of how
> Maven
> >> > > works
> >> > > > and
> >> > > > >> > how we do releases in the Maven project. That includes
what
> the
> >> > > > Release
> >> > > > >> > Plugin is and how it works.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> Why does the release tool matter?
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > > It is not the tool itself that matters, but rather what
the
> tools
> >> > does.
> >> > > > > Since the Release plugin automates a lot of the tasks involved
> when
> >> > > > doing a
> >> > > > > release, it can appear to make things less transparent.
> Therefor a
> >> > > > > knowledge about what it does is needed to make it transparent.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > That really is not the point.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > It's possible to create the same outputs from the same inputs
> using
> >> > > > all sorts of methods, manual or automated.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > The fact that it is a Maven release should not matter as far
as
> the
> >> > > > source checking is concerned, except insofar as the staging area
> may
> >> > > > be different.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > Only the source release archives matter.
> >> > > >
> >> > >
> >> > > All of what you say above is true, but that is not what I'm talking
> >> > about.
> >> > > My focus is still on the 2.5 bullet in the process of *reviewing*
a
> >> > source
> >> > > release, not it's creation.
> >> > >
> >> > > You want the SCM URL in the vote email. I'm arguing that that piece
> of
> >> > > information is already available to you in the source bundle, so
> there
> >> is
> >> > > not point in including it in the vote email. Knowing *what* the
> Release
> >> > > Plugin does makes you aware of this fact.
> >> > >
> >> > >
> >> > > >
> >> > > > > It's still an ASF release.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > > Yes, and we must adhere to all the requirements of an ASF
> release.
> >> > > There
> >> > > > > are however a lot of different ways to make an ASF compliant
> >> release.
> >> > > > Each
> >> > > > > PMC decides on a process for that, that works best for them.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > That's fine, the tool and process does not matter so long as
the
> >> > > > output is correct.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > > It should not matter how the source release artifacts are
> >> generated.
> >> > > > >> The process of checking them is still the same.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> Of course if things go wrong, then it's important to
know how
> the
> >> > SCM
> >> > > > >> input was assembled into the source archives in order
to fix
> the
> >> > > > >> process.
> >> > > > >> But the release tool is completely irrelevant to the
process of
> >> > > > >> checking the contents of the source archives.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > > See above.
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> > Most people have their own checklist of stuff they
do when
> >> > > reviewing a
> >> > > > >> > release. Would it be a good idea if we aggregate
all those
> >> points
> >> > > on a
> >> > > > >> page
> >> > > > >> > on the Maven web site, under the development section?
That
> would
> >> > > also
> >> > > > >> serve
> >> > > > >> > as a guide for "outside reviewers".
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> Yes, though that is a separate issue.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > > Agreed.
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> >> > Now, for a respun release thing are trickier.
Here it
> might
> >> be
> >> > a
> >> > > > good
> >> > > > >> >> idea
> >> > > > >> >> > to include the revision number or hash,
or whatever is
> unique
> >> > in
> >> > > > the
> >> > > > >> SCM
> >> > > > >> >> > being used.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> And how do you know from a vote e-mail that
it is respun?
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> > It should always say so in the subject of the vote
email. Not
> >> sure
> >> > > if
> >> > > > >> that
> >> > > > >> > is written down somewhere, but that's how we have
always done
> >> it.
> >> > If
> >> > > > it's
> >> > > > >> > missing I'll add it to our release process document.
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> > Even though the code under review will
always be under the
> >> > > > >> >> > latest tag in the above format (at least
for Subversion).
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> Until the next respin.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> If there is a respin, and reviewers are not
following the
> >> e-mails
> >> > > > very
> >> > > > >> >> carefully, it would be quite easy to overlook
an updated
> tag.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> This is all about making sure that it is really
obvious what
> >> the
> >> > > > vote is
> >> > > > >> >> about.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> > Yes, that's why I agreed that it's a good idea
to add the
> >> > > > revision/hash
> >> > > > >> > when doing a respin.
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> >> Publishing the SCM coordinates in
the mail is trivial to
> do,
> >> > and
> >> > > > >> shows
> >> > > > >> >> >> that the input is an important part
of the review
> process.
> >> > > > >> >> >> Having the information in the mail
thread is also useful
> for
> >> > the
> >> > > > >> >> archives.
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > As others have said before, we aim to
automate the release
> >> > > process
> >> > > > as
> >> > > > >> >> much
> >> > > > >> >> > as possible. Therefor even a seemingly
minor addition
> will be
> >> > > > >> questioned,
> >> > > > >> >> > as you have noticed, before it is included
in our process.
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> > Can you explain why the information is
useful for the
> >> archives?
> >> > > > I've
> >> > > > >> seen
> >> > > > >> >> > you mentioned that before. Isn't that
moot once the
> release
> >> is
> >> > > > >> approved?
> >> > > > >> >> > The tag will be in Subversion for the
forseable future and
> >> > noone
> >> > > > will
> >> > > > >> >> touch
> >> > > > >> >> > it. What am I missing?
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> Why would a release need to be revisited?
> >> > > > >> >> Perhaps someone is complaining that one of
our releases
> >> contains
> >> > > code
> >> > > > >> >> it should not.
> >> > > > >> >> If that is the case, it helps to have the evidence
of the
> >> release
> >> > > > vote
> >> > > > >> >> in plain sight.
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> > Sure it helps in those cases. But the evidence
in our case
> is in
> >> > the
> >> > > > the
> >> > > > >> > source bundle itself, which is even better in my
opinion.
> There
> >> > you
> >> > > > have
> >> > > > >> > the tag in the POM file.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> However, the link to the staging repo is temporary.
> >> > > > >> Once the repo is published, the staging repo is deleted
and
> there
> >> is
> >> > > > >> no direct route to the pom from the vote e-mail.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > > Once the staging repo is promoted, its content is moved
to the
> real
> >> > > > > repository. So the source bundle is available there for
anyone
> who
> >> > > wants
> >> > > > to
> >> > > > > track down the complete contents of a previous release.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > However that is not the canonical location for source releases;
> >> source
> >> > > > releases MUST be released via the ASF mirror system.
> >> > > >
> >> > >
> >> > > So, go download it from the mirror system then. I fail to see how
> that
> >> is
> >> > > relevant to this discussion.
> >> > >
> >> > >
> >> > > > > Again this is where a bit of knowledge of what the Release
> Plugin
> >> > does
> >> > > > > helps you. A release done with the Release Plugin will always
be
> >> > > > available
> >> > > > > at
> >> > > > >
> >> > > >
> >> > >
> >> >
> >>
> https://repository.apache.org/content/repositories/releases/${project.groupId}/${project.artifactId}/${project.version}/${project.artifactId}-${project.version}-source-release.zip
> >> > > > > where project.groupId has had '.' replaced by '/'.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > AIUI the name is not controlled by the Release Plugin.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > The first part of the name is determined by Maven Convention
and
> ASF
> >> > > > hosting.
> >> > > > The -source-release.zip suffix depends on settings outside the
> >> Release
> >> > > > plugin.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > Apache Commons sometimes uses the Release Plugin, but our archives
> >> are
> >> > > > called -src.zip and -src.tar.gz
> >> > > >
> >> > >
> >> > > Okay, I'll rephrase that:
> >> > >
> >> > > Again this is where a bit of knowledge of what the Release Plugin
> does
> >> > > *during a release from the Apache Maven project* does help you.
> >> > >
> >> > > Is that clear enough?
> >> > >
> >> > >
> >> > > >
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > >> > Note that I'm not talking about respins here, that's
another
> >> > story.
> >> > > > >>
> >> > > > >> >
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> > On Aug 15, 2013, at 9:01 AM,
Chris Graham <
> >> > > chrisgwarp@gmail.com
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > >> >> wrote:
> >> > > > >> >> >> >
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >> Sent from my iPhone
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >> On 15/08/2013, at 10:05 PM,
sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> On 15 August 2013 10:08,
Chris Graham <
> >> > chrisgwarp@gmail.com
> >> > > >
> >> > > > >> wrote:
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> What sebb does not
appear to have understood or
> >> accepted,
> >> > > as
> >> > > > >> >> Stephen
> >> > > > >> >> >> has
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> endlessly pointed
out, is that we vote on the source
> >> > > bundle,
> >> > > > >> not a
> >> > > > >> >> scm
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> revision, and that,
strictly speaking a SCM is not
> even
> >> > > > required
> >> > > > >> >> >> (however
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> sensible it is to
use one).
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> He wants a tree and
a revision so that we can
> compare
> >> > > between
> >> > > > >> >> >> releases,
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> where what he should
be doing, strictly speaking, is
> >> > > > comparing
> >> > > > >> >> source
> >> > > > >> >> >> tar
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>> balls, as that is
what we really are voting on.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> I agree that what is
released (and voted on) are the
> >> > source
> >> > > > >> >> tarballs.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> And any such tarballs
should be identical (barring
> >> > possibly
> >> > > > >> >> different
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> EOL settings for text
files).
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> However, that is only
one of the checks that need to
> be
> >> > > made.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> The PMC also needs to
ensure that the files are being
> >> > > released
> >> > > > >> under
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> the correct license.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >> Are not the licenses in the
source that is in the
> source
> >> > > > tarball?
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >> If so, can not the rat plugin
or similar be used to
> check
> >> > the
> >> > > > >> >> >> compliance?
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> I contend that the only
practical way to check the
> >> > licences
> >> > > > is to
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> compare the source tarball(s)
with the files in SCM.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> [The files should only
be added to SCM if the
> license is
> >> > OK,
> >> > > > so
> >> > > > >> the
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> SCM tag acts as a database
of validated source
> files.]
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>> The SVN revision / Git
hash are needed to ensure
> >> > uniqueness.
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >> >> >>>
> >> > > > >> >>
> >> > >
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