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From Marshall Schor <...@schor.com>
Subject [VOTE] Release UIMA 2.3.0 RC9 as UIMA 2.3.0 incubating
Date Mon, 11 Jan 2010 16:18:11 GMT
This build keeps the uimacpp and sandbox components from the previous release
candidate (the download site on people.apache.org/~schor has hard links to the
previous artifacts - so they are guaranteed to be identical).

We've had a few sanity checks for the RC9 build, including installing the
Eclipse plugins via the RC9 update site on both linux and windows, and running
downloading & installing the base uima and uima-as binary components and running
the installation verification tests - and everything looks good.

This build consists of 4 major components: the core UIMA framework
(uimaj), the C++ enablement (uimacpp), the Asynchronous Scaleout
component (uima-as) and a set of annotators and other add-ons (sandbox).

These have been through more than 3 months of validation and testing (counting
the previous release candidates).  The build process was strengthened to include
running RAT (the Release Audit tool) automatically and verifying no RAT issues
are found (except for the uimacpp part, where it is still run and verified

The release artifacts are available on

These artifacts include a partial version of the Eclipse Update Site for
the Eclipse plugins, but is complete for the 2.3.0 release.

The release is digitally signed by Marshall Schor for all the components
except for the C++ component, which is signed by Edward Epstein.

No new export control issues are needed for the components; only the uima-as
component continues to be classified as 5D002 because it includes Apache
ActiveMQ which is so classified (see http://www.apache.org/licenses/exports/ )

Please vote on approving this release.  This vote is for all 4
components, together. After the UIMA committers vote, we will ask the
IPMC to vote.

[ ] +1 Release RC9, it's ready
[ ] -1 Don't release yet because of these issues which need to be
addressed first: ...


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