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From Ignasi Barrera <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Apache SkyWalking (incubating) version 5.0.0-RC2
Date Tue, 11 Sep 2018 07:15:16 GMT

* SHA 512 checksums are present and valid
* Signatures are valid
* The expanded source archive builds and passes tests
* Expanded source archives match the contents of the RC tags
* All LICENSE and NOTICE files are present and correct, including the
MIT stuff detected in the previous IPMC vote
* Incubator DISCLAIMER is present
* There are no binary files bundled in the source archives
* Signing keys are available in public PGP servers.

The README still contains a broken in the "Compiling" section, but I
don't consider it a blocker for the release. The document is in the
source release and also properly linked from the main "English
Document" page (linked from the README too) and it is trivial to
find.On Sun, 9 Sep 2018 at 19:19, Ignasi Barrera <>
> That's why I meant when I said finding the build instructions was
> trivial enough that I thought it should not block a release.
> The README contains a clear link to the Documentation (which is a link
> to a local file), and that file is a very comprehensive index with
> direct links to architecture, testing, building, etc. Even if the
> compiling link is broken it is so trivial to find the build
> instructions that I find the comment "unable to build from source" a
> bit strict.
> I mean, people used to build from source often have a file describing
> the typical "./configure && make && make install", and often have to
> spend some time reading through the different configure options to
> properly configure the software for their platform. It is OK and
> usually assumed that building from source will get some time, and I
> find this concrete case to be very trivial. It is just an inconvenient
> broken link, that has a proper replacement that is trivial to find.
> This said, (and I'm asking for some advice here as it's the first
> project I help mentoring) I think we should not block the release for
> this reason and I'd vote +1, but I don't know if the IPMC vote is more
> targetted to non-mentors, which could have a potentially different
> perspective of the project just by overseeing it from the distance.
> On Sun, 9 Sep 2018 at 10:47, Justin Mclean <> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > > Justin, given that the next release will provide this information so clearly
from the base directory, knowing that the next release will be in order, are you ok with letting
this release pass through?
> >
> > That is not up to me, that is up for other IPMC members to vote +1 on it.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Justin
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