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From Torsten Curdt <>
Subject Re: [exec] how to proceed for a nearly dormant project
Date Wed, 02 Jan 2008 23:31:43 GMT

On 02.01.2008, at 19:57, Siegfried Goeschl wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I fixed a few things on commons-exec but I'm not sure how to proceed
> from here since I'm the last/only man standing.
> 1) I nearly finished the open issue and need to do some field  
> testing -
> and I would need some help on more exotic platforms ... :-)


> 2) if everything is okay I would like to release commons-exec-1.0.0

No objections. Just a bit concerned about the "nearly dormant". On  
the other hand I have been using a snapshot too myself before.

> 3) not sure if I'm  proper commons committer but somehow SVN access
> works for the sandbox SVN

You are listed as committer in the authorization file.

> 4) I assume that I need a PMC to cut a RC and the release later on  
> - is
> this correct?

Yes, the PMC needs to agree on the release.

> 5) recently there was a lot of discussion regarding release and parent
> poms - I'm currently using commons-sandbox-parent-3-SNAPSHOT which  
> might
> not be good enough for a release considering the maven-release-plugin.
> Is there a non-SNAPSHOT parent pom or can a release be only done  
> from a
> commons-proper project

Exec would need to migrate to proper first.


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