Yes, pretty much the case. The big thing is to make sure you set group write permissions and make sure the group is apcvs.

I can look into setting the deployment dir to be /www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository/ but I remember requests from the mirror folks to make sure that deployment happened in a working/scratch directory and the copied into the dist this way the md5 checksum scipts that test the contents of dist wouldn't bark during the upload process.

-Mark

Brett Porter wrote:


> i'm a little sensitive to the needs for supervision at the moment > (after being strongly reminded on this list before by members
> who know > about these issues). the jar's i've posted have been approved for > release. i don't really want to have to run a second vote
> (again) for a > release of different jars to the repo.


If you have a controlled environment and build from a clean checkout of a tag... There shouldn't be a problem?

> i'm sure that once the process is better understood and documented > we'll be able to move toward automation without too many people > screaming. until then, i'd feel better if some member of the repo > committee moved the stuff into place.

I think anyone who can commit to CVS can put a jar into /www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository/commons-betwixt/jars, so you should be good to go.

I'm just here out of interest - I'm not sure I form part of the "repo committee"? :)

Cheers,
Brett


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