Tim Anderson wrote:

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From the requirements at
http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?ASFRepository/Requirements:
"ASF Repository shall ... allow browsing and downloading of artifacts by
humans via normal
web browser".
Requiring a version to be part of the artifact file name when the


artifact


is only useful
to end users (e.g README), reduces clarity.


But it does increase usability sometimes.

README for which version?



An example: http://repo.apache.org/apache/commons-dbcp/1.1/README

The README is for version 1.1 of commons-dbcp.


By implication - the README is not an artifact but a feature of a version. Is that a reasonable conclusion? Stephen.

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Stephen J. McConnell
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