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From Pierre Smits <pierre.sm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Long: Re: discussion: Move to Maven was:Re: svn commit: r1674216 - in /ofbiz/trunk: framework/start/pom.xml pom.xml
Date Tue, 21 Apr 2015 21:27:53 GMT
The discussion whether or not to switch is still ongoing, is still
undecided. You have made your choice. That is your prerogative. No one
within this community can deny you that. But you're forcing... Your
preference without consensus within/of the Community.

You're actions don't match the responsibilities that come with the
privileges. Not those of a committer. Even less those of a PMC Member.

Best regards,

Pierre Smits

*ORRTIZ.COM <http://www.orrtiz.com>*
Services & Solutions for Cloud-
Based Manufacturing, Professional
Services and Retail & Trade

On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 11:17 PM, Adam Heath <doogie@brainfood.com> wrote:

> On 04/21/2015 04:06 PM, Nicolas Malin wrote:
>> Le 21/04/2015 22:37, Adam Heath a écrit :
>>> My commit is not breaking anything.  Why remove something that is
>>> harmless?
>>> Let's be positive and forward enabling; if a commit is reverted, then
>>> that reversion has not stopped any discussion, and now the original
>>> committer will have to do more work to re-add what was removed.
>> Definitely, all commiter try to have a positive attitude to improve
>> OFBiz. Your commit break nothing (on technical aspect), and I'm sure maven
>> would be a good improvement.
>> Only, Jacopo start a discussion to improve OFBiz with Gradle
>> http://ofbiz.135035.n4.nabble.com/Discussion-migrating-from-Ant-to-Gradle-td4654092.html#a4654170
>> and adding pom.xml has an effect of bombshell. If you explain before on
>> this thread that maven is better and why, your commit would be appreciate
>> in its just value.
>> Before your commit I had not idea on gradle or maven, but with my french
>> mentality now I prefer Gradle ;) (completely not subjective!)
> Gradle is a non-starter.  When I saw that mentioned, I actually did do
> some comparisons.
> In google, search for maven, then gradle.  See how many responses each one
> gets.
> Then, go to trends.google.com, compare the above 2 items, and then add
> ant.  You might want to say "apache ant" or "apache maven", and/or add java
> terms.
> Then, also do a "A vs B vs C" search, aka, "maven vs gradle vs ant".
> After doing this, maven is still the right choice.

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