Sonatype freeing projects from java.net's Maven repo
Are you working on a project which uses java.net’s Maven repository for deploying its artifacts?
Well, if so, there’s a great opportunity opening up for you to get off that problematic repository: Sonatype is helping java.net projects move to Sonatype’s hosted OSS Nexus repository, starting March 5th. We’re looking into moving Hudson over but for most smaller projects, this should be a no-brainer. Problems with the java.net Maven repository are legendary and Sonatype’s OSS Nexus repository is a great alternative.
Take a look and see if this can work for you.
Editor’s Note: Andrew Bayer (
abayer) has been a contributor to Hudson since early 2009, contributing to the ClearCase plugin, Hudson’s core and a small number of other plugins. Andrew also helps Kohsuke with a lot of Hudson’s project infrastructure, most notably the migration from Bugzilla on Java.net to JIRA running at issues.hudson-ci.org.