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From Rob Vesse <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Apache Brooklyn 0.7.0-incubating [rc1]
Date Wed, 22 Jul 2015 15:13:47 GMT
No such requirement actually exists

Jena graduated in April 2012 and because of our backwards compatibility
requirements the package names for existing code have until very recently
remained the same (though new code developed at Apache has used
org.apache.jena where possible)

Now we are finally making a new major release and don't need to provide
backwards compatibility we are finally updating package names to be
org.apache.jena based


On 22/07/2015 15:21, "C├ędric Champeau" <> wrote:

>> * renaming of packages from brooklyn.* to org.apache.brooklyn.* will be
>> required for graduation, I strongly encourage that step to be taken
>>care of
>> in the next release.
>Where is such a requirement described? As far as I understand, package
>names are best suited if they start with org.apache.*, but it's not a
>strong requirement. If it is, then it would basically mean that Groovy
>(the podling I am member of) would never go out of incubation, because
>of our binary backwards compatibility requirements.
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