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From Mark Struberg <strub...@yahoo.de>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release of Portlet Bridge TCK for JSR-301 v. 1.0
Date Wed, 30 Jun 2010 21:30:02 GMT
Hoi folks!

+1 on this approach.

This is btw exactly one of the arguments why the ASF board says that a signed tarball with
all the sources needed to build the project is exactly THE release. And all the maven artifacts
are nice to have but not as important as the properly signed and voted source distribution.

LieGrue,
strub



----- Original Message ----
> From: Scott O'Bryan <darkarena@gmail.com>
> To: MyFaces Development <dev@myfaces.apache.org>
> Sent: Wed, June 30, 2010 9:34:01 PM
> Subject: Re: [VOTE] Release of Portlet Bridge TCK for JSR-301 v. 1.0
> 
> Yeah Mike, I don't know what I was smoking.  Generally people will
check 
> out from SVN, but if they don't have SVN, then that is what our
artifacts 
> should be.  Having repo entries makes no sense for 
> this
distributable.

I documented a process and updated the 
> artifacts.  There are two
archive files, a tar.gz and a .zip.' they are 
> essentially exports of
the svn repository.

Sent from my 
> iPhone

On Jun 30, 2010, at 11:14 AM, Michael Freedman
<
> ymailto="mailto:michael.freedman@oracle.com" 
> href="mailto:michael.freedman@oracle.com">michael.freedman@oracle.com> 
> wrote:

> After looking at the artifacts and talking things through 
> with Scott, we are proposing we go a different route with this release.  
> What Scott had been thinking (and has built here) is a set of repository release 
> artifacts he was hoping folks would be able to reference in their own Maven 
> (bridge) projects so they could include, build and run the TCK directly from 
> their project.  Because this hasn't been tested (we don't do it yet with 
> our own project) and after looking through what is actually in the artifacts I 
> think its unlikely to be easily integratable.  As it stands the TCK is 
> constructed to be run in its own Maven project currently by accessing it from 
> the Apache subversion repository location (of the release tag).  So we are 
> proposing that the release artifact mirror this:  it will be a binary 
> artifact (zip) containing all the Maven sources needed to build and run the TCK 
> plus the UserManual.  I.e. it will be an alternative to accessing the same 
> in the SVN repository.
>
> Any questions or objections?  Hoping 
> that there won't be, Scott is working on generating this new artifact and once 
> done we will repost the vote.
>    -Mike-
>
> On 
> 6/30/2010 8:54 AM, Scott O'Bryan wrote:
>> Hey 
> Mike,
>>
>> I think if we update the wiki to the instructions 
> in the svn repo for
>> now, that should be fine for 
> testing.
>>
>> When the release happens I'll have the site 
> updated.
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> On 
> Jun 30, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Michael Freedman
>> <
> ymailto="mailto:michael.freedman@oracle.com" 
> href="mailto:michael.freedman@oracle.com">michael.freedman@oracle.com> 
> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Actually please ignore the TCK 
> usage information on the PB wiki (its a little stale -- I will update it).  
> Untile we get the User Manual up on the site, download the file and view from 
> the release tag:
>>> 
> href="https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/myfaces/portlet-bridge/tck/tags/jsr301-1.0.0/Portlet%201.0%20Bridge%20for%20JavaServer%20Faces%201.2%20TCK%20User%27s%20Guide.html"

> target=_blank 
> >https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/myfaces/portlet-bridge/tck/tags/jsr301-1.0.0/Portlet%201.0%20Bridge%20for%20JavaServer%20Faces%201.2%20TCK%20User%27s%20Guide.html
>>>
>>> 
> FYI ... the released TCK will also be built and run from the structure within 
> this tag (as referenced by the User Manual).
>>>  
> -Mike-
>>>
>>> On 6/30/2010 1:17 AM, Scott O'Bryan 
> wrote:
>>>
>>>> 
> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I'm trying to release the MyFaces 
> Portlet Bridge TCK for JSR-301 v. 1.0.0 and am now beginning the formal 
> vote.  As stated in a previous email, the TCK for JSF Portlet Bridge 
> related projects will be written and distributed through the Apache MyFaces 
> Portlet Bridge project and made available to the community at large.  This 
> release does not include any binary artifacts, but rather several additions to 
> the Maven Repository which can be included in other projects to facilitate 
> automated testing.
>>>>
>>>> Likewise, the 
> instructions (which should be on the website soon) will have full instructions 
> on running the TCK.  For now, please see the Portlet Bridge 
> wiki.
>>>>
>>>> You can find the signed release 
> candidate at [1]
>>>>
>>>> 
> ------------------------------------------------
>>>> [ ] +1 for 
> community members who have reviewed the bits
>>>> [ ] 
> +0
>>>> [ ] -1 for fatal flaws that should cause these bits not 
> to be released,
>>>>      and 
> why..............
>>>> 
> ------------------------------------------------
>>>>
>>>> 
> Thanks,
>>>> Scott
>>>>
>>>> [1] 
> http://people.apache.org/~sobryan/portlet-bridge-tck/jsr301-1.0.0/
>>>>
>>>>


      

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