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From Henri Yandell <hyand...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Returned post for committers@apache.org
Date Thu, 28 Jan 2010 04:10:24 GMT
I question the labeling of Cobertura as our dogfood and Clover as not
our dogfood.

Which is 'our dogfood', the GPL product or the proprietary product
built on top of permissively licensed Open Source (not that I know if
Clover is like this; but I've heard the same argument against JIRA)?

Do we support the "Open Source movement", whatever that might be
described as today, or our users?


On Wed, Dec 23, 2009 at 11:56 AM, Gary Gregory <garydgregory@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All:
> [I am replying here to message (below) posted on committers@a.o on
> 12/20/2009 03:17 by Michael McCandless]
> As an open source community, I feel we should eat our own open source
> philosophy dog food and use open source software whenever possible. I've
> used Cobertura for a while now on various Commons projects and at work and
> its reports are just as useful and pretty as Clover. I also believe that
> each project community is free to do what it feels serves it best.
> At this time, though, I wonder what Clover offer that is so much better than
> Cobertura to merit put aside what I feel is an important philosophical
> point.
> What we do at Apache for this type of issue is very important IMO when we
> think about the image and expertise that we project. We are a technical
> community and people look to our choices as implicit guidance if not
> endorsement. When we pick a commercial product like Clover over an open
> source solution (like Cobertura), I feel we are telling the world that there
> is no one in the open source space that could serve our need and that we had
> to turn to a commercial product. That fact that we have a free license is
> besides the point.
> My 2c,
> Gary
> ----------------------------------------------------
> On 12/20/2009 03:17, Michael McCandless wrote:
> Hi all,
> Atlassian has generously donated a site license to Apache for Clover
> 2.6, to test code coverage for any source code under org.apache.
> We've checked the license in here:
> https://svn.apache.org/repos/private/committers/donated-licenses/clover/2.6.x/
> In Atlassian's words: The license is available to anyone working on
> the org.apache.* be it in IDEA/Eclipse/Ant/Maven locally, or on a
> central build server.  Since the license will only instrument and
> report coverage on org.apache packages, please mention that it is fine
> to commit this license to each project if it makes running builds
> easier. ie just check out the project and run with Clover, without the
> need for the extra step of locating and installing the clover license.
> Uwe Schindler has worked with Atlassian to upgrade Lucene's nightly
> build to use Clover 2.6 and the resulting report is great, eg:
> http://hudson.zones.apache.org/hudson/job/Lucene-trunk/lastSuccessfulBuild/clover-report
> Feel free to fold into your build, use Clover during development, etc.
> Mike
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