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From Adrian Cole <>
Subject Re: Who wants to make Zipkin server's first release in Apache?
Date Sun, 28 Apr 2019 00:28:06 GMT
When the release starts, whoever does source verification voting will
want to run the build from the source dist to create the server and
verify it starts like so:

People not doing source verification, who just want to try the server
from the release commit, can use an unofficial way which requires no
tool except curl and a commit number. I'm not advocating this, just
disclosing it exists. We discussed Jitpack at the last workshop [1]

$ git show -q
commit 6b68e31e779ca60a1936ddcfcf96abde2b529bc0 (HEAD -> master,
origin/master, origin/HEAD)
Author: Adrian Cole <>
Date:   Sun Apr 28 08:05:51 2019 +0800

    Extracts zipkin-tests jar before we publish to o.a.z.zipkin2
namespace (#2546)

    This fixes an anti-pattern before we commit to it in the new namespace.
$ COMMIT=6b68e31e779ca60a1936ddcfcf96abde2b529bc0
$ curl -sSL${COMMIT}/zipkin-server-${COMMIT}-exec.jar
> zipkin.jar
$ java -jar zipkin.jar


On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 8:52 PM Adrian Cole <> wrote:
> Hi, team.
> I'd like to offer the honors to whoever wants to pull the trigger on
> zipkin 2.13.0 release. I hope that I've cleared the path, but I think
> it is important for us all to give a try at releasing once.
> This involves cutting the release and sending the vote notification.
> Following dubbo's thing is pretty darned close [1], but you can ask
> Jorge and I (unless Jorge volunteers, but yeah he can also ask
> himself). We are doing nothing special, so any ASF experienced person
> should also be able to help.
> It is possibly a good idea to check with at least one person on gitter
> before you send the email to start the vote (to avoid a false start).
> "as far as I know"  there are no demons in this one, at least after
> the test lib change is merged anyway.
> So, who wants to perform Zipkin server's first release on Apache?
> -A
> [1]
> [2] is merged.

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