I'm not sure, would we? Is that your advice? Do you have any interest
in taking this on?
There's possibly no current marc4j committers who understand how it's
set up now, it's kind of just grown under various people's stewardship,
I think it's possible nobody has strong opinions as long as it works and
doens't make marc4j any harder to work with for developers.
(If someone _does_ have understanding and/or strong feelings about how
marc4j source code is set up (maybe Bob?) then definitely correct me!
And maybe work with Kevin on figuring out how to do a release?)
Otherwise, Kevin, you interested in getting committer privs and figuring
out what needs to be done?
On 11/13/13 5:23 PM, Kevin S. Clarke wrote:
> I have experience pushing projects into Maven's central repo through
> Sonatype. Maven has a standard structure (that you don't have to use, but
> it makes things easier/more-Maven-ish). Would you want the project
> reorganized into that structure in the process?
> On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 5:15 PM, Robert Haschart <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I believe that is one of the open issues for Marc4j. I do not know how
>> to push a jar or a new version of a jar to a Maven repo.
>> I believe Bill Dueber was looking into this just last month when he wrote
>> the following to the Solrmarc list:
>> I'm trying to get marc4j into maven central, and I don't know who
>> owns the domain. If it's one of us, then we can use it. If not,
>> well, I'm not sure what we do (except maybe use the github location?)
>> -- Bill Dueber
>> Library Systems Programmer
>> University of Michigan Library
>> The last release I did was to merely create the jar in the releases
>> sub-directory, and reference it in the README.textile file. That emulates
>> the way the releases had been done from the tigris.org site, but its not
>> the right way to do a release.
>> -Bob Haschart
>> On 11/13/2013 4:43 PM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
>>> I am a committer, but I have no idea how to do a marc4j release.
>>> There are some fixes in master repo for marc4j. I can find all the parts
>>> of the source code that seem to have a version number and change them. I
>>> can make a git tag with the version number.
>>> But what else is entailed, how do people actually get marc4j? I need to
>>> update maven repo somehow or something? Anyone?