RE: Thoughts on CJAN

2004-03-16 Thread Alex Karasulu
Hi, -Original Message- From: Mark R. Diggory [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] When we talk about distributed Maven repositories, ASF repositories etc that are related to Java. I think we should consider that CPAN/CRAN etc are models of distributing such content that have been successful.

Making releases - publishing jars

2004-03-16 Thread Nicola Ken Barozzi
ATM AFAIK releases are made by putting the tarballs, zips and jars in the mirrored directory structure. IMHO this has some drawbacks: 1 - people making releases have to log into the release server 2 - there is no notification of files being put there 3 - we are already experiencing issues with

RE: Thoughts on CJAN

2004-03-16 Thread Mark R. Diggory
On Tue, 2004-03-16 at 15:02, Alex Karasulu wrote: So really, who cares about CJAN. The spec that goes defacto is the one manifest in the mechanism used by the most people. Unless of course SUN steps in at some point and tries to propose a JSR which wouldn't surprise me at all. It's such