Monthly Archives: April 2008

Writing a Book with Maven: Part I


April 14, 2008 By
Tim O'Brien

DISCLAIMER: In this post, I express my own, somewhat controversial, views about Doxia and APT. These are solely my own views and you should not assume that they represent an official statement from Sonatype. This Maven Book is created using Maven. Everything you see is produced using Springer’s plugin: http://code.google.com/p/docbkx-tools/ – I don’t pass in […]

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Sonatype Nexus 1.0.0-beta-2 released


April 8, 2008 By
Brian Fox

Sonatype Nexus 1.0.0-beta-2 has now been released. A list of the changes can be found here. If you are upgrading from beta-1, be sure to see the new upgrade section in the Nexus chapter of our Maven book. Nexus is a Maven repository manager that is able to host your internal repositories, proxy downloads from […]

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Quality is not accidental


By
Brian Fox

I’ve had plenty of opportunities to manage releases of products in my career. As I mentioned in an earlier post, most of them were large mission-critical enterprise applications. Open source projects are different beasts entirely, but they don’t have to be. A little bit of Enterprise rigor combined with the vast resources of the community […]

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Sonatype's Nexus 1.0-beta-1 Released


April 4, 2008 By
Jason van Zyl

After many months of alpha testing we are tickled pink to announce the 1.0-beta-1 release of Nexus. Tamás Cservenák, Brian Fox, Eugene Kuleshov and Justin Richard have been working very hard to bring Maven users something we feel will benefit the whole community. In an unbelievable twist of fate, this might be the first Maven-related […]

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