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From Dennis Lundberg <>
Subject Re: What should go into doxia 1.0-alpha-10?
Date Sun, 21 Oct 2007 20:05:54 GMT
I don't really care all that much what the versions are called. Some 
time ago a discussion was held on this list where a versioning strategy 
was drawn up. Basically it said that we should switch from alpha to beta 
when the api is stable. So I just go with the flow...

What I'm interested in at the moment is getting a doxia release out that 
can be used in maven-site-plugin and maven-project-info-reports-plugin.

Carlos Sanchez wrote:
> you guys realize that final versions of Maven have been using Doxia
> for quite some time now and the fact that it's being called alpha as
> an excuse to make more API changes, which will affect the future
> development of maven, instead of evolving the API in a backwards
> compatible way, it's not a good idea at all
> my 0.02
> On 10/21/07, Dennis Lundberg <> wrote:
>> Lukas has continued work on trunk for beta-1 which includes changes to
>> the api. These changes will *not* be in the doxia release that I plan do
>> shortly. This release, dubbed alpha-10, is a bug-fix release for
>> alpha-9. Alpha-9 has some bugs that makes it unusable for the site- and
>> project-info-reports-plugin.
>> So the plan is to do a quick alpha-10 of doxia followed by releases of
>> site-plugin and project-info-reports-plugin.
>> Carlos Sanchez wrote:
>>> why still alpha?
>>> On 10/20/07, Dennis Lundberg <> wrote:
>>>> Hi
>>>> As you might have seen from the commit messages, I have created branches
>>>> in doxia and doxia-sitetools for future alpha releases. The branches
>>>> were created from 1.0-alpha-9. On the branches the following stuff has
>>>> been merged in from trunk:
>>>> - DOXIA-156
>>>> - DOXIA-161
>>>> - The dependency cleanup in the poms
>>>> Do we need anything else?
>>>> --
>>>> Dennis Lundberg
>> --
>> Dennis Lundberg

Dennis Lundberg

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