Le 07/11/2013 14:44, Gunnar Wagenknecht a écrit :
Sure. I somehow liked the previous structure, but as I said I'm
ready to change (and actually as you noticed this is only a
"political" change as Intent forums, builds, bugzilla, websites
& downloads are kept separated from mylyn docs).
Just because Mylyn Intent becomes a project under the
top-level project doesn’t mean it’s dependency on Wikitext has
to be removed. A project structure at Eclipse is not intended to
follow the actual dependency tree of any single project.
Otherwise we would see many more complicated structures in other
top-level projects. I’ve been part of the RT and Technology PMC
and both have a flat structure. It’s easier to maintain
long-term. BTW, a lot places already dropped the hierarchy.
Thus, no changes would be necessary to the website and forums
for VEX and Intent.
But then to be coherent should I change all my plugins from
org.eclipse.mylyn.docs.intent to org.eclipse.mylyn.intent?
+1, that is my secret wish :)
As for the aggregation, I highly suggest participating in the
release train and using the release train repository. Building
and maintaining a separate aggregation repo is a lot effort, not
to mentioning the promotion of it within the community.
Participating in the release train shares the aggregation and
release load onto the shoulders of each project.