On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 22:14, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Nicola Ken Barozzi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote on 07/11/2003 05:36:40 AM:
> > I'm sorry you didn't know about it. Dion is on the list since it started
> > IIRC, I thought that he would have told Mavenites about it. Should have
> > checked.
> I figured if people were interested they were reading the lists I was.
> > > I'd be glad to get involved with the effort but
> > > this endeavour strictly relates to Maven and projects here which
> > > to use Maven. It won't change anything that's going on with
> > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] and as I have time I will participate in the effort.
> > Good, as over at [EMAIL PROTECTED] we have been discussing exactly
> > along these lines. Furthermore the current Avalon setting is our
> > discussion baseline, so it seems that your current work is pushing in
> > the same direction even if we didn't know of each other's efforts.
> > > Right now the emphasis is on Apache projects' artifacts being placed
> > > within the Apache infrastructure for use with Maven and not being sent
> > > directly to ibiblio.
> > I understand, and support it.
> I'm not sure of why the above is useful, though. For me, as a maven user,
> I don't point at ibiblio by default anyway, as it's far slower than my
> local mirror. Having Apache host the jars would be less useful to me as a
> user, as I believe it's not as bandwidth capable as ibiblio.
> Jason, Nicola,
> is there a 'why' to this effort?
The board doesn't want the artifacts sent directly to Ibiblio. They want
them placed here first by the folks in charge of the projects for
oversight and security reasons. That's what they've asked for so I said
I would try to do my part in making it happen. The artifacts are just
going to get slurped over to ibiblio anyway so the net effect for users
will hopefully be nil. People can point at the mirrors if they choose.
> dIon Gillard, Multitask Consulting
> Blog: http://blogs.codehaus.org/people/dion/
> Pub Key:http://blogs.codehaus.org/people/dion/public-key.asc
Jason van Zyl
In short, man creates for himself a new religion of a rational
and technical order to justify his work and to be justified in it.
-- Jacques Ellul, The Technological Society