As always, thank you for seeing this through, Matt. -C
On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 1:19 PM, Matt Foley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It appears to be propagating slowly but effectively. Hopefully by tomorrow
> it should be done. If it isn't, I'll provide more info, otherwise will
> consider the issue closed.
> On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 1:12 PM, Matt Foley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> It came to my attention yesterday (thanks, Arpit Gupta) that even though I
>> had gone through the process on Nexus to publish the release, the 1.2.0
>> artifacts were not in fact Released in Nexus.
>> I attempted to fix the issue yesterday afternoon, but it didn't work. The
>> artifacts are still stuck in "Staging". I will continue to work on it;
>> sorry for any inconvenience in the meantime.
>> On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 12:32 AM, Matt Foley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> I'm happy to announce that on May 13, Hadoop version 1.2.0 passed its
>>> release vote. It is now available in SVN and is in process of propagating
>>> to artifact mirrors. It should be available on all mirrors by end of day
>>> This release delivers over 200 enhancements and bug-fixes, compared to
>>> the previous 1.1.2 release. Major enhancements include:
>>> - DistCp v2 backported
>>> - Web services for JobTracker
>>> - WebHDFS enhancements
>>> - Extensions of task placement and replica placement policy interfaces
>>> - Offline Image Viewer backported
>>> - Namenode more robust in case of edit log corruption
>>> - Add NodeGroups level to NetworkTopology
>>> - Add "unset" to Configuration API
>>> Please see the Hadoop 1.2.0 Release Notes<http://hadoop.apache.org/docs/r1.2.0/releasenotes.html> for
>>> more details.
>>> This is a beta release. I intend to start a stabilization release
>>> (version 1.2.1) in 3 weeks from now.
>>> All open Jira tickets with Target Version "1.2.0" that weren't yet
>>> closed, were moved to Target Version 1.3.0. However, if you want something
>>> fixed in 1.2.1, you are encouraged to edit that ticket, change its Target
>>> Version to 1.2.1, and contribute a patch to branch-1.2. Bug fixes are
>>> welcome in 1.2.1. However, we ask that significant feature enhancements be
>>> contributed to branch-1 for the future version 1.3.0, instead.
>>> Thank you, and enjoy your new release.
>>> Best regards,
>>> (release manager, version 1.2)