[hibernate-dev] Release announcements
hardy at hibernate.org
Thu May 28 05:05:27 EDT 2015
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 09:47:29PM -0500, Steve Ebersole wrote:
> At the moment we write release announcements using in.relation.to and then
> announce in other mediums by posting that link. We all agree (more or
> less) that the wiki editor and rendering on there leaves much to be desired.
+100, the editor and rendering sucks.
> Brett had mentioned a long time ago about GitHub and its release
> capabilities and tonight I went back and looked at them again. I created a
> more descriptive release announcement in GitHub then its default of just
> using the tag message for this 5.0.0.CR1 release just to see how it worked
> out. Here are the 2 links for comparison:
> * http://in.relation.to/Bloggers/HibernateORM500CR1Release
> * https://github.com/hibernate/hibernate-orm/releases/tag/5.0.0.CR1
> There are a few things to notice here. First, I think we can all agree
> that the second looks considerably better. Also, there is a lot to be said
> for these being closely available from the source repo.
I like this approach in general and I agree there is a certain merit in having
the announcements in the source repo, BUT :-)
We are very close now with the migration of in.relation.to to awestruct. In fact I
was hoping we could do the migration within a couple of weeks. Using the awestruct
based blog, we get markdown/ascidoc for writing the blog entries and also a blog
which matches it its style the current hibernate.org website. It also means we can
continue our practice of announcing on the blog. The release announcements make up
a considerable part of the blog content, I fear moving them to GitHub will make our blog
to appear stagnant.
My vote is to push this blog migration through - now!
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