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From Gintautas Grigelionis <>
Subject Re: Snapshot access to regular users of Ant
Date Sat, 17 Mar 2018 21:49:17 GMT
Thanks for pointing this out. To me, it means one thing: release more often.
The way I read it, publishing is not forbidden per se, but rather
That's consistent with GitHub repo clones being available, but without
"clone me at GitHub" ribbons.

On the other hand, I rewrote the manual (which was still talking about CVS),
suggesting that the proper way to propose code changes would be a GitHub PR
rather than an archive uploaded to Bugzilla, so please correct me if I'm
wrong before
Ant 1.10.3 gets released...


2018-03-17 13:07 GMT+01:00 Jaikiran Pai <>:

> I was about to send a mail to the user mailing list about the Ant nightly
> job which publishes the daily snapshots, so that they can test some bug
> fixes and new features (JUnit 5 in particular). However, I happened to read
> the Apache release policy[1] which states regular users aren't even meant
> to know about such snapshots.
> That seems a bit too restrictive, especially for open source projects. Is
> that documentation being followed and if it is, then I guess I shouldn't be
> letting the user@ mailing list know about these snapshots nor ask them to
> test out the new feature?
> After reading that policy, I'm starting to wonder if the Jenkins job
> should even publish these snapshots.
> [1]
> -Jaikiran
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