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Re: [] P2 Repository link for MDT-BPMN2 project


It should be enough to copy your download ZIPs to .../mdt/bpmn2/downloads/drops/<version>/S20111111/. You'll also need to copy the ConsoleText there (from Hudson) and rename it to "buildlog.txt". Finally, don't forget to generate checksums for the ZIPs (for F in *.zip; do md5sum "$F" > "$F.md5"; done).



On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 8:33 AM, Hille-Doering, Reiner <reiner.hille-doering@xxxxxxx> wrote:


I have uploaded the latest build result as milestone to


Could you have a look if it is correct?

I have also tried to update the home page at , but it uses tons of complicated PHP includes that I didn’t get so far. Maybe someone could explain me where to add the download links.






Von: [] Im Auftrag von Wayne Beaton

Gesendet: Donnerstag, 10. November 2011 18:03
An: Bob Brodt
Cc: BPMN2 Developers Mailing List

Betreff: Re: [] P2 Repository link for MDT-BPMN2 project


Strictly speaking, you do not need a release review to start posting *milestone* builds in a p2 repository. In general, milestone builds are intended for a restricted "bleeding edge" audience. Release builds (following a release review) are generally considered stable drops of the code that are intended for broader distribution a broader audience.

We have very specific guidance regarding naming of milestone builds. We also have very specific branding requirements regarding code in incubation. Let me know if you need assistance.

Make sense?


On 11/10/2011 11:03 AM, Bob Brodt wrote:

Hi Reiner,

Wayne has the final word on this, but I don't think you need to go through a release review just to publish a P2 repo to ... although the project certainly could use some "freshening up" anyway ;)

It's probably a good idea if someone from the BPMN2 Modeler project is also a committer on the BPMN2 model, just for the sake of convenience, so my answer is "yes", I wouldn't mind stepping in to help move things along. The goal is to have a stable BPMN2 model repo available to the community because I'm certain there are several of us out here that could benefit from this.

Wayne, any recommendations/thoughts/concerns?


Hi Bob,

as project lead you might know better what the procedures are to reach this. I assume that we as MDT/BPMN2 project would probably need a release review and after this declare the current status at least as Incubation.

Unfortunately our project lead is currently not very active on driving the project forward.

I’m happy to have at least a build now – with your help and the help from Wayne Beaton whom I met at the EclipseCon Europe.

Could you shortly explain me what to do?  Or would you volunteer to become a committer in the BPMN2 project – which makes sense as you are our primary user.


Thanks again and regards,




Von: [] Im Auftrag von Bob Brodt
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 10. November 2011 14:49
An: BPMN2 Developers Mailing List
Betreff: Re: [] P2 Repository link for MDT-BPMN2 project


Hi Reiner,

Any chance of publishing the build artifacts to the eclipse downloads area, like ?


Nightly build and update site/P2 Repository is now available for BPMN2. Please see the Wiki





Von: [] Im Auftrag von Sachan, Abhinaw
Gesendet: Dienstag, 4. Oktober 2011 05:39
Betreff: [] P2 Repository link for MDT-BPMN2 project


Dear Eclipse Team,


I am Abhinaw Sachan, a SAP Employee, looking for support from you.


I am in urgent need of P2 Repository link for the MDT BPMN2 project. The eclipse update site for the same project is

But I need P2 repository link which I could not find anywhere.


Could you please help me with this !!


Best Regards
Abhinaw Sachan

SAP Labs India Pvt Ltd
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