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From Jason van Zyl <>
Subject Re: Releasing Doxia
Date Thu, 23 Aug 2007 18:28:38 GMT

On 23 Aug 07, at 4:50 AM 23 Aug 07, Lukas Theussl wrote:

> Trygve Laugstøl wrote:
>> Vincent Siveton wrote:
>>> 2007/8/21, Dennis Lundberg <>:
>>>> Creating a separate thread for release questions...
>>>> Do we have two releases in reality? On one hand we have doxia:doxia
>>>> (currently slated for alpha-9) and on the other we have
>>>> doxia:doxia-sitetools (currently slated for 1.0). Is everybody  
>>>> OK with
>>>> those versions?
>>>> I am not. Having two different versions for these two will  
>>>> totally mess
>>>> up JIRA. Therefor I'd like to use 1.0-alpha-9 for both, this  
>>>> time. If we
>>>> want separate releases for them in the future, then we need two  
>>>> separate
>>>> projects for doxia and doxia-sitetools in JIRA.
>>>> In order for the maven-site-plugin to be able to use the new  
>>>> doxia:doxia
>>>> we need to release doxia:doxia-sitetools.
>>>> Are there any other questions regarding the release?
>>> Another point: what do we do with doxia-book? Promote it?
>> Is it working now? It is a very useful thing, but was very far  
>> from completion the last time I looked at it.
> We are using it for the doxia site, so I guess it's working to a  
> certain degree at least. I'm not that familiar with it though, but  
> since we're using it ourselves, it should be promoted anyway at one  
> point.

Yes, it works. We're using it for Maven: The Definitive Guide. Though  
it's still pretty rough.

> -Lukas



Jason van Zyl
Founder and PMC Chair, Apache Maven
jason at sonatype dot com

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