|Re: [dash-dev] maven.eclipse.org for Eclipse Gemini?|
IMOdeploy it to central through oss.sonatype.orgmaven.eclipse.org has no clear mandate at this point, no path to having artifacts sent to maven central, and when you go into maven central you have to work out the orbit dependency issues yourself which is important. (which also currently have no path to maven central either)cheers,jesse--
jesse.mcconnell@xxxxxxxxxOn Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 4:18 PM, Kissner, Juergen <juergen.kissner@xxxxxxx> wrote:
on behalf of the Eclipse Gemini project, I would like to collect some information concerning the maven.eclipse.org repository. The subject has been brought up in a post in our forum. Obviously, it would be nice for users of Eclipse Maven artifacts to access them through a central repository.
The Gemini sub projects offer their Maven artifacts in a common repository as described in . This is true for released versions. However, each sub projects has its own private Maven repository for milestones. The Maven artifacts of most projects still require some manual steps.
For the Gemini project and its users the maven.eclipse.org looks like an attractive option. We have discussed the subject, but had still several question, as you can see in our meeting minutes.
I have discovered the wiki page , and have been looking at the dash mailing list. From the wiki, the repository and , I have the impression that the repository is still work in progress.
What is your recommendation?
Would it be possible to
1) replicate our Gemini repository  to maven.eclipse.org
2) access the replicated repository using the repository url like <url>http://maven.eclipse.org/release</url>
3) browsed our artifacts with Nexus?
Clearly, it would be essential for our users to access a repository that will not vanish in the near future. Would there be any decision at some stage which somehow guarantees the survival of the repository for some time?
How should we proceed, if we think that the repository would be a good choice?
Thanks a lot,
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