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From Paul Benedict <>
Subject Re: Bylaws and Releases
Date Fri, 10 Mar 2006 02:29:14 GMT
If I remember correctly, Tomcat announces each release publically and calls
them "alpha" before GA. I think Ted has a good point, but I don't want
to quibble over "alpha" or "test" since, as Wendy pointed out,
it is a release. As long as the user list knows it's not an official
version, which was Martin's comment, I think there will be little 

--- Wendy Smoak <> wrote:

> On 3/9/06, Niall Pemberton <> wrote:
> > I agree with Martin.
> Me, too.
> We need to fix /releases.html, which is inconsistent with recent
> history and sentiment. :)
> " The test build can be posted to the internal distribution directory
> ( and announced to the Struts DEV and PMC lists
> (only!). Do not announce a test build on any other Apache lists or
> link to it from an Apache website. "
> Back to my motives:  Shale likely won't make it past alpha until
> Standalone Tiles does.
> Just so nothing comes up at the last minute, the as-yet-unnanounced
> intent is to do another Shale build, and assuming it is graded alpha,
> to distribute it from, which will
> replicate to ibiblio.  The way things stand, there will be no 'alpha'
> modifier in the filenames, just 'shale-test-1.0.1.jar', etc.
> Are there any objections to distributing an alpha release in this manner?
> Thanks,
> --
> Wendy
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