AppFuse now powered by Contegix and Atlassian
The AppFuse project is now hosted on a Contegix server for its documentation, demos, issues and continuous integration. Single sign-on to all of these servers is handled by Crowd. Many thanks to Atlassian for their generous donations of licenses. The free server and service from Contegix is one of the nicest things that anyone has ever done for me - thanks guys!
If you see any issues that might be related to this move, please let us know.
In addition to running the Atlassian Suite, we're also hosting our own Maven repository. We've been hosting our own for almost a year now. Now that AppFuse is residing on the same infrastructure as Maven's central repo, I wonder if it makes sense to publish to the central repo? I don't see any advantages. If we continue to retain our own, we can have more control, publish to it easily, and fix annoying bugs. What do you think - continue with our own or publish to the central repo?
Update Feb 20, 2015: All AppFuse artifacts are published to Maven Central and have been for several years.
Production quality builds should be pushed to the Central Repo.
Your own repo should be used for your snapshot builds, in addition to housing dependencies that are unavailable in the Central Repo.
Posted by 18.104.22.168 on July 27, 2007 at 01:30 PM MDT #
Posted by Carlos Sanchez on August 11, 2007 at 05:26 AM MDT #