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From leerho <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] DataSketches-memory RC2
Date Fri, 02 Aug 2019 04:58:16 GMT
Thank you so much for your response!
( I feel like I'm in a vacuum at times ... so your help is much
appreciated!! )

I will do a thorough license search.
I will try to locate the WIP Disclaimer ... do you have a link?

Right now I am struggling with pom issue related to the
It is creating errors no matter what I do, so I must be doing something

   - If I don't have it in pom at all I get the error: "missing required
   source folder: 'target/maven-shared-archive-resources'
   - If I include the plugin in the pom project build as:

                                <projectName>Apache DataSketches Memory



I get the error: maven-remote-resources-plugin:[1.0,) or one of its
dependencies could not be resolved: Failure to find
org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-remote-resources-plugin:jar:[1.0,) in was cached in the local repository,
resolution will not be reattempted until the update interval of central has
elapsed or updates are forced.

Yet I know I have the above versions in my local .m2 !

Changing the versions to 1.4 and 1.1 doesn't help -- still can't find it.

Running mvn process-resources doesn't help.

Running maven project update from eclipse doesn't help.

Now if I place the plug-in into its own profile like this ( found this in a
blog ) :
        <!-- Ignore nuisance warning from Apache parent plugin:
          "maven-remote-resources-plugin (goal "process") is ignored by
          This also should fix the Maven warning that it can't find the
lifecycle-mapping jar.
          This profile is only active when the property "m2e.version" is
          which is the case when building in Eclipse with m2e.
          The "ignore" below tells m2eclipse to skip the execution.



                                <ignore />

Then if I do a "mvn clean" I am back to the error: "missing required source
folder: 'target/maven-shared-archive-resources"

Then if I do a "mvn clean process-resources" the errors go away! And I do
get the  "target/maven-shared-archive-resources" folder with the right

Studying other project is even more confusing: Apache Pinot and Apache
Druid have the plugin under project build.  (how do they get it to work?)

Apache Beam doesn't specify it at all (they use the maven-resources-plugin).

Apache Commons-CSV doesn't specify the plugin at all.

I am not confident that my placing it in its own profile is the right thing
to do, but it is the only thing that seems to work right now, but no other
project I have found does it this way.

Advice please.


On Thu, Aug 1, 2019 at 7:26 PM Justin Mclean <>

> Hi,
> > I have fixed the LICENSE file as you requested.
> I hope you noticed that a couple of the files included multiple,
> differently licensed, pieces of 3rd party code. Each license needs to be
> listed and checked if it is compatible with the Apache License. If Apache
> LIcense you need to check if they have a NOTICE file and copy it’s contents
> into your NOTICE file.
> > Is it OK if these fixes go into the next release?
> Sure, as always you can make a release if you get 3 or more +1 votes, and
> more +1 than -1 votes. You have no -1 votes, and I believe more than 3 +1
> votes form IPMC members, 72 hours have passed so you are all good to go.
> Not however the recent discussion around a work in progress disclaimer,
> you might want to move to using that rather than the standard disclaimer.
> You might want to make sure there are not other issues, I didn’t do a full
> check of what was in the release. I’d suggest running rat on it (which
> found some issues) and search for copyright statements or URLs that
> reference GitHub or other repos.
> Thanks,
> Justin
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