all tasks regarding the release are done. I'll wait 'til tomorrow night to
send the announcement e-mail, to allow mirrors enough time to sync.

@Dave: I've opened
and plan to fill it in before sending the e-mail tomorrow with info from
this thread. If you already have the blog post ready, please feel free to
put it into that section, surely will be better than whatever I'll come up
with O:-) (OTOH, if you prefer to hold the release annoucement a couple of
days to allow better syncing with the blog post, also no problem too)

juan pablo

On Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 1:55 AM, Juan Pablo Santos Rodríguez <
juanpablo.san...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> finally launched the vote. Stumbled upon a couple of weird things to be
> able to generate the build artifacts, so a couple more of minor commits
> made into the release candidate.
> - first one to fix a bug on the maven release plugin, caused by one of its
> dependencies, also opened https://issues.apache.org/
> jira/browse/MRELEASE-997 for that.
> - second to ensure a test yields the same results when running it under
> cmd (I usually use cygwin, so haven't noticed before). Seems that git
> cloning the project downloads the properties file with Unix line endings
> and that somehow messes with the byte size of the file. I'll have a more
> closer look at it once the release is done, but for now the test is passing.
> Also, the last two builds at builds.apache.org have failed, but b/c they
> were unable to create a folder for a dependency on their local .m2 repo. As
> this is something related to where the build is run, I've asked infra to
> look into it
> <snip/>
> @Dave,
>>> You may want to consider publishing the blog post also on
>>> jspwiki-wiki.a.o.
> That would be a new section under https://jspwiki-wiki.apache.
> org/Wiki.jsp?page=NewIn2.10, which would get linked from the main and
> news pages
> <snip/>
>> Concerning markdown support,  I'd like to propose to include the
>>> %%markdown
>>> behaviour
>>> ( https://jspwiki-wiki.apache.org/Wiki.jsp?page=Markdown%20Behavior )
>>> to
>>> the standard build.
>>> (could be in a next release)
>>> Markdown support is an often requested feature;  and this is really a
>>> light
>>> weight approach
>>> to use markdown on a jspwiki site. ( and you can mix it with regular
>>> jspwiki markup, plugins, etc. )
> +1 to include it for 2.10.4 (or 2.11.0, or whatever we end calling it)
> br,
> juan pablo

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