|Re: Gemini DBAccess Maven Artifacts [message #1005951 is a reply to message #1005314]
||Tue, 29 January 2013 06:54
| Romain Deltour
Registered: July 2009
Thanks for the follow-up Juergen, I appreciate the effort in sorting this through.|
The reasons mentioned in the blog post "Why Putting Repositories in your POMs is a Bad Idea"  referenced by Jesse McConnell are precisely why I asked about the possibility of a shared repository in the first place. I'd like to rely on as few 3d party repos (i.e. non-Central) as possible.
FYI, from my own perspective as a user:
- Ideally, the released bundles would be available from Maven Central. Sonatype's OSS repository hosting really helps.
- If not possible, I'm OK with referencing a single stable Gemini repo - I understand Eclipse's Nexus instance is a work in progress
- I'm not fond of having separate repos for milestones (and I don't really undertand the rationale, maybe it's linked with Gemini's own release/build process) -- but I will certainly not use milestones in production anyway.
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