Tony Miller
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-----Original Message-----
From: Josh Thompson [mailto:josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2010 6:48 PM
To: vcl-dev@incubator.apache.org; Matt Hogstrom; Alan D. Cabrera
Subject: [VOTE] release VCL 2.2 - voting based on RC2

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I'm starting a different thread to vote again based on RC2 to make it easier 
to tally votes.  

This is basically the same email as before except with RC1 changed to RC2.  
There were a few JIRA issues touched for RC2.  VCL-386 was a completely new 
one.  VCL-145, VCL-196, VCL-298, and VCL-303 were already resolved but had 
code modified related to them

I created a release artifact based off of trunk.  I copied trunk to a tag
under the tags area of the repo that is named release-2.2-RC2:


The artifact is an export from that tag with the addition of Dojo Toolkit
version 1.5.0 bundled in the web code.  The artifact, MD5 and SHA1 sums, and
my GPG signature of it are available from my space on people.a.o:


The list of resolved JIRA issues associated with this release can be found on
the VCL 2.2 release page:


Installation instructions are on the Confluence site and in the INSTALLATION
file included in the artifact.

Aaron, Andy, and I have completed a test install of all parts and were able to
successfully create and capture a base image.

The directory created by extracting the RC1 artifact is "apache-VCL-2.2-RC2-
incubating".  Licensing information about perl and its required modules, php
and its required modules, and mysql are stated as "system requirements"
according to the information under "System Requirements" on

Please vote by the end of the day on Monday, Sept. 27th to publish this
release (this allows for 3 business days to vote).  Please note that anyone in
the VCL community is allowed to vote.

[ ] +1 yes, release VCL 2.2
[ ] 0 dunno
[ ] -1 no, don't release VCL 2.2 (provide reasons if this is your vote)

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Josh Thompson
Systems Programmer
Virtual Computing Lab (VCL)
North Carolina State University


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