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From Curtis Rueden <>
Subject Re: takari-plugin-integration-testing requires one takari-jar project ?
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2015 23:15:25 GMT
Hi Manfred,

> I think the same should apply for all other plugins.

By that logic, an Ubuntu Linux mailing list should answer all questions
about all packages available for Ubuntu, even multiverse packages. Seems
impossible to me.

That said, of course the people here are friendly and make a best effort to
help. But you can't really help much with some random third party closed
source Maven plugin. I agree with Olivier that asking the authors in cases
like that would be much more likely to yield a solution.


On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 1:18 PM, Manfred Moser <> wrote:

> Olivier Lamy wrote on 26.02.2015 15:26:
> > As it looks the question is related to an other project which is not
> hosted
> > within the Apache Maven project neither developed by Apache Maven
> > committers.
> > I believe this mailing list is related to the Apache Maven project.
> > So my goal was only to help Cristiano and tell him to ask in the place
> > where this project is hosted and to the people who maintained it.
> > It's probably better to have more accurate answers.
> Hm.. I tend to disagree. Imho this mailing list is about using Apache
> Maven. Not matter what plugins your are using, where they are hosted, or
> whatever. If there is a more specific mailing list then we can redirect,
> but generally this should be the big bucket of it all.
> E.g. the Android Maven Plugin and related projects has its own mailing
> list, but I still send release announcements here and answer questions here
> as well and I think the same should apply for all other plugins.
> Manfred
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