> Some artifacts don't like having the full version number.
> dll for example.   I think the DLL name needs to be stable and thus
> would not have the full version info.
> For the dll example we can mandate that it has to be put in a versioned
> zip/tar.gzip

If we continue to think 100% generically we'll never hold all the
permutations in Wiki, let alone out heads, and we'll fluster ourselves
paralysis. It is clear that Java has a set of requirements, a style, that do
not fit other languages. We can't do it all.

I feel we could/should unashamedly complete our thoughts on Java, then go
and recruit some per-language specialists to chime in on their flavour.
Maybe we'll have one repository 'class' with per language sub-classes. Let's
mature what we can agree upon before we specialize & determine what we
can't. [If we have a Java repository separate from a C++ one, so be it, but
N better than 0. Heck, separate might be easiest management anyway.]

Just my two cents...



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