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From Nicola Ken Barozzi <>
Subject Re: Exit Criteria
Date Fri, 26 Sep 2003 06:23:36 GMT
Erik Abele wrote:
> ...but the last part about restricting mirror usage seems a bit
> strong to me. IMO the 'Incubatee' should be encouraged and trained to
> use our mirroring system appropriately.

In fact this document, coupled with "at least a couple of releases to 
exit", is at least wierd, as Ted has duly noted.

> If the release is clearly marked as being incubated and it's a public
>  release (for a definition see, I don't
> see any issues in permitting the podling to use the mirrors.
> The only downside of which I can think of at the moment is if 
> incubation fails and the project vanishes (?, at least from the ASF),
> the mirrored releases would be kept on We'd then
> have to manually remove them or perhaps we could just keep them there
> as a part of our history.

If they can release as incubated projects, I'd say that keeping them as 
history is quite logical.

> hmm, I'm wondering if a directory would do
> any good here?

After some thought, I now tend to favor this and agree with what you 
say.   +1

BTW, I still believe that keeping all incubated projects under the 
incubator, with @incubator ML and incubator-cvs is the most correct and 
consistent thing to do, especially now that with this setting we would 
have lenya@cocoon releasing as incubator-lenya... hmmm

Nicola Ken Barozzi         
             - verba volant, scripta manent -
    (discussions get forgotten, just code remains)

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