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From Maxime Beauchemin <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Superset 0.32.0 based on Superset 0.32.0 RC2
Date Sat, 18 May 2019 03:28:54 GMT
I replaced the babytux image by one I got here, now how do I
expose the license for the image?


On Fri, May 17, 2019 at 4:36 PM Maxime Beauchemin <> wrote:

> Making progress here
> Many of the issues have been addressed in `master` but can't easily be
> cherry-picked into 0.32, so I'm thinking about skipping to 0.33 instead
> that has been cut 1 month ago. So the next attempt will be `0.33.0rc1`
> Max
> On Tue, Apr 30, 2019 at 5:34 PM Maxime Beauchemin <
>> wrote:
>> FYI I'm working integrating the feedback and working towards the next RC.
>> I started working on build instructions and things were getting quite
>> complex while building from source, and adding steps like the os-level
>> deps, creating the `.po` files, building the JS, and these instructions
>> tend to not be perfectly reproducible across environments, so I decided to
>> write a Dockerfile that builds from source instead of docs or a bash
>> script. Eventually that can evolve to run assertions on the build (running
>> tests, checking keys, ...) in a reproducible fashion. The built package can
>> be extracted from the docker image, or the Dockerfile can be used as a
>> reference if someone needed to make an equivalent bash script.
>> Similarly, I'm thinking about using a Dockerfile for the process of
>> packaging the source release, since the process forces a "git clean" that
>> can be harmful to existing environments.
>> Max
>> On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 1:40 AM <> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> > - they are not? I dont follow? How would you suggest making them
>>> binary then?
>>> Ask on legal discuss, I don’t think they will be allowed in a source
>>> release, but it may be possible given maps are not likely to change much.
>>> Worse case you may have to find some maps under a different license or ask
>>> for them to be relicensed under a more friendly license.
>>> > On the other hand the initial picture you painted seemed quite grim
>>> but these issues can be overcome relatively easy.
>>> All of the issues are easy to fix one way or another, this stuff is hard
>>> to get right first time around, but gets easier.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Justin
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