Can't commit any new bugs

2002-11-16 Thread Mark R. Diggory
I've tried numerous times, but when I try to commit a new bug I never get a response from the server, it times out, the bug is not commited. I'm trying to add one to the http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi?product=Commons product=Commons version=nightly builds component=HttpClient

Re: BSD style code and licensing issues

2003-11-09 Thread Mark R. Diggory
helps to stop flamewars before they start. i'd say that the right thing to do ethically is to put a note crediting the original author(s) below the the apache license. it's usually possible to satisfy both 1 and 2 with an appropriate choice of words. - robert On 7 Nov 2003, at 20:38, Mark R

Re: BSD style code and licensing issues

2003-11-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
licensed code be added to Apache licensed code bases? Can both licenses be maintained? If so can someone direct me to an example of this? -Mark robert burrell donkin wrote: On 9 Nov 2003, at 22:01, Mark R. Diggory wrote: Mostly, I'm trying to ascertain the best strategies for donations

Site and CVS appear to be down

2003-11-18 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Seems the www and the cvs.apache.org hosts are currently unreachable/down. Are others encountering this? -Mark - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Choosing against Jakarta

2003-12-15 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Whatever the fate of the name Jakarta and/or Commons you can reliably assume the content housed at what is now called Apache Jakarta will persist. If it is the case that a reorganization or regrouping of PMC's does occur in response to growing pains, this is not going to result in any risk to

Re: Why you *want* to be on the PMC

2003-12-18 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Henri Yandell wrote: Obviously, something is afoot ... otherwise, why are healthy projects moving out of Jakarta, up to the top level (Ant, Maven and now logging)? Is that the destiny of Jakarta, to be a second-level incubator for projects on the way to TLP status? If so ... embrace that. As

Re: [maven] developer repostory revisited

2004-01-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
+1 I think this is very important to both automation and consistency in deliverables. -Mark Tim O'Brien wrote: I second Matthew's suggestion that we create a repository that works with Maven as it is. Create the directory /www/www.apache.org/repository/, this repository will contain soft

PGP Key signing

2004-01-20 Thread Mark R. Diggory
I'm finishing up writing a PGP plugin for maven to generate public/private keypairs, sign artifacts, verify artifacts and do encryption/decryption. This should eventually make publishing to the maven repository very smooth and easy to accomplish. I would like to gather together the following

[release managers] Rsync with Apache's Maven repository

2004-01-29 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Release Managers, rsync is now active between apache and www.ibiblio.org/maven every 4 hours. minotaur.apache.org:/www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository contents are now rsynced directly to www.ibibilio/maven. by ibibilio. This means anything you place into java-repository will be

Re: jelly releases

2004-02-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Now that there is a Maven Repository on the mirrors, it doesn't need to be specifically pointed there, thats just one mirror of it now. http://www.apache.org/dist/java-repository/commons-jelly/ http://apache.130th.net/java-repository/commons-jelly/ ... http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi The

Re: Wiki Migration

2004-02-26 Thread Mark R. Diggory
What about non-project related wiki content like the following, where would that go in the new wiki? http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?GettingInvloved http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?ToolChest http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?IrcChannels -Mark Henri Yandell

Re: Wiki Migration

2004-02-27 Thread Mark R. Diggory
So would I for jakarta stuff, but this stuff goes above and beyond Jakarta. Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote: On Feb 26, 2004, at 10:31 PM, Mark R. Diggory wrote: What about non-project related wiki content like the following, where would that go in the new wiki? http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki

Maven Repository Status

2004-04-23 Thread Mark R. Diggory
I just wanted to drop everyone a note to let you know that I made the rsync of the java-repository between Apache and Ibiblio much more stable this week. It now occurs every 4 hours (EST 12am, 4am, 8am ...). If you ever encounter issues with your jars not getting synced into ibiblio, please

md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
sure that everyone can verify our file integrity is probably more important than maintaining a platform specific format because it is the default for the OS these were generated on. -Mark Diggory Mark R. Diggory wrote: For example here are the outputs of the various signing tools we use

Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
flavours of MD5). -- Martin Cooper On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 13:06:00 -0400, Mark R. Diggory [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A subject came up on the Tomcat developers list which we thought should be shared with the whole community. Specifically, it was found that BSD's default md5 format is not parsable by some

Re: md5 checksum formats on BSD

2004-08-11 Thread Mark R. Diggory
be set within Ant and Maven to allow developers to choose the md5 output format one would like to use. Yes, I do believe this would be an excellent feature enhancement to these tools. -Mark Mark R. Diggory wrote: Both Maven and Ant only insert only the checksum into the file. I believe

Re: Deciding on Java futures?

2004-10-29 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Noel, How can we find out whats already planned by Sun. For instance, I'm sure us Commons Math folks would all like to see the Nist/Java Grande rectangular matrices issue finalized and implemented. http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=083 But its difficult to see if this is stalled or dead at this

Re: Jakarta download pages Was: download pages in j.a.o.

2004-12-29 Thread Mark R. Diggory
I'm late to this discussion, so pardon if I'm rehashing something said earlier. It would be very advantageous to consider how the ASF Repository factors into the the download picture. I've been hoping to see some integration between the contents of dist and those of dist/java-repository. The

Removing interim dated builds from /www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository

2005-01-04 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Please excuse the cross post. I'm planning to run some commands on the java-repository to remove interim builds and SNAPSHOTS. Specifically, I'll be running: #!/bin/sh LOCATION=/www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository find ${LOCATION} -name '*200[0-4]*' | while read j; do rm -f $j; done

Re: Removing interim dated builds from /www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository

2005-01-05 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Dain Sundstrom wrote: On Jan 5, 2005, at 10:26 AM, Mark R. Diggory wrote: Thanks for your response Dain, Dain Sundstrom wrote: On Jan 4, 2005, at 8:34 PM, Mark R. Diggory wrote: Please excuse the cross post. I'm planning to run some commands on the java-repository to remove interim builds

Re: Removing interim dated builds from /www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository

2005-01-07 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Thanks Brett, I'm just concerned as well, that there may be distributions out on Apache the reference the ASF Repository jars directly instead of using Ibiblio or dyncloser.cgi. If those projects have been shortsighted in releasing distros's that have dependencies on interim releases in

Re: Removing interim dated builds from /www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository

2005-01-07 Thread Mark R. Diggory
Dain Sundstrom wrote: On Jan 7, 2005, at 6:56 AM, Mark R. Diggory wrote: Heres a really good example of a reference we promote usage of: jakarta-commons/chain/project.properties,v: maven.repo.central.directory=/www/www.apache.org/dist/java-repository maven.repo.central.directory is property