On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 8:36 AM Guillaume Smet <guillaume.s...@gmail.com>
> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 3:06 PM, Yoann Rodiere <yo...@hibernate.org> wrote:
>> @Guillaume, all: I also changed the links of other projects to point to
>> Maven Central instead of the JBoss Nexus, because the JBoss Nexus requires
>> authentication. And, well, also because... Nexus.
> Frankly, I find the new Maven Central links (we used JBoss Nexus before
> that) you created far more useful than the Bintray page.
See you cheated though. You "just happened" to use a project that has a
dedicated groupId. If we used a dedicated groupId for ORM
(`org.hibernate.orm` e.g.) then its not a big deal either way.
Craft the same search for ORM and compare (1) the display and (2) the
complexity needed to build the search.
If you don't like the release/version-specific view Bintray offers then
fine - that's your point of view. I just happen to completely disagree.
One goes straight to the point and for the other, it's not that obvious.
> And this page is very nice too:
> On Bintray, the first artifact presented is agroal which is a bit weird
> (yeah I know, alphabetical order but we do better on our pages).
> If it were me I would vote for having this layout
> http://staging.hibernate.org/validator/releases/6.0/ + the link to
> search.maven.org for all the projects. I don't think the Bintray page is
> better than what you did with search.maven.org.
> By the way, Bintray should test its UI with Firefox too, it's full of
> annoying usability bugs (I experienced 2 just by checking the ORM page)...
Bintray is in fact in the middle of a UI/UX rewrite, so...
And selecting the "main" artifact used in the drop down is one of those
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