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RE: [] Re: [cross-project-issues-dev]Re-spin process

If we can't trust the mechanisms in place for 3rd and 4th digit increments, why would our consumers.
This can only help our own quality and ease the support of our direct users.

Thanks for your time.
Harm Sluiman,
IBM Distinguished Engineer
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+1 -- agreeing with Wenfeng's point.

John Graham
Eclipse Data Tools Platform PMC Chair
Staff Software Engineer, Sybase, Inc.

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+1 for the continuously updated distribution proposal.  Especially for the
maintenance (3rd digit) stream...


Second, my opinions:
     Personally I like the approach where Europa is a just a name and the
     content is a moving target representing the latest and greatest
     versions of
     the 21 projects that initially contributed until Ganymede ships. Of
     it is harder for developers to know which versions of a plug-in
     someone was
     using, but the benefits for the community seems to be pretty high,
     and it
     also means that we regularly re-spin putting a higher burden on the
I like this approach a lot - it matches well with the ease of distribution
that the internet provides us.

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