Re: [DISCUSSION] Release snapshot versions on each commit
Thanks for bumping this thread again in the discussion for the 1.0.0 release, Oleksandr!
> Basically, I think it's possible to configure different publishing flows (either to sonatype for official releases or to GitHub Packages for unofficial releases).
+1 on GitHub Packages for snapshots on each commit and sonatype for official releases.
As a possible next step for the future, we could maybe also build a Docker image for each commit (or daily if it’s difficult to trigger a build in janusgraph-docker from each commit in the main repo) and publish that somewhere (not sure if Docker Hub or also a different repo for these non-release based images).
> Moreover, about the link which you shared. Did we document it anywhere? If no, I think it would be good to create a separate documentation page which tells about release artifacts for each commit and potentially releases to GitHub Packages for each commit.
No, that is not documented any where that I know of. I at least searched for these artifacts recently but couldn’t find them. Documenting this would be great, especially of course if we also publish Maven snapshot packages to make them easier to consume.
One general note: I would usually just assume lazy consensus for such discussions where you don’t get many responses and especially no negative response. People here simply might not have the time to respond, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t like the idea. I remember that I’ve read this thread, liked the idea, but didn’t have much to add to the discussion so I didn’t respond. Such a behaviour shouldn’t stop good ideas from being implemented 😉
Von: janusgraph-dev@... <janusgraph-dev@...> Im Auftrag von Oleksandr Porunov