|Re: [technology-pmc] Requirements for publishing non-release builds|
For completeness... those binaries shouldn't be in Eclipse CVS either.The general rule is that only things that have been approved (including parallel-IP) are allowed on Eclipse servers. This includes, download.eclipse.org, build.eclipse.org, dev.eclipse.org, ...
Wayne Eugene Kuleshov wrote:
Gunnar Wagenknecht wrote:Thanks Gunnar, but the release review wasn't my concern. Wayne just confirmed that if nightly build has any binaries that haven't been approved for parallel IP that is no go.Can you please clarify this for me. In my understanding, incubating projects are not supposed to distribute any binaries that contain code that haven't been approved for the parallel IP?They can offer nightly/integration/milestone builds if they are incubation conforming for parallel IP. However, if they want to publish a release (even it it's 0.1), they will have to go through a release review. The release review ensures that all IP is approved. This means that dependencies allowed through parallel IP must be finally reviewed and approved by the IP team by that time.regards, Eugene _______________________________________________ technology-pmc mailing list technology-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/technology-pmc
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