Hi Nico,

Yes, it is possible for different people to sign the releases with their own GPG keys.

It would be great if you and Bob could register for the JIRA account, so I can link your accounts to the Jmol project that I already created at Sonatype.

So far, the new ant task works very nice. I tested it by creating the releases of Jmol 12.2.0, 12.2.1 and 12.2.2, as you can see here: https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/releases/net/sourceforge/jmol/jmol/ (signed by my own GPG key).

These artifacts will now be checked by the Sonatype team and if they pass the check, Sonatype will enable automatic publishing to Maven Central.

Tomas


On May 29, 2012, at 3:17 PM, Nicolas Vervelle wrote:

Hi Tomas,

Yes, I'm the one publishing most of the official Jmol releases on sourceforge.

I'm leaving Friday for a 2 weeks trip, I'm not sure I will have time available before leaving.
But, I will do it when coming back.

I suppose that several people can still make releases, each one using its own GPG key ?
I usually make the releases, but sometimes Bob does them when I'm not available.

Nico

On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 4:34 AM, Tomas Pluskal <pluskal@oist.jp> wrote:
Hi Nico,

Are you the person who is responsible for publishing the official Jmol releases?
I am now preparing the Ant tasks for deploying Jmol to the maven central repository. 

There are 2 prerequisites:

1) The person who does the deploying must create an account in the Sonatype's JIRA system: https://issues.sonatype.org/secure/Signup!default.jspa

2) GPG must be used to sign the artifacts deployed by maven. You will need to 
- download and install GPG, unless you have it already
- generate a GPG key and distribute it to a public keyserver, as described here: https://docs.sonatype.org/display/Repository/How+To+Generate+PGP+Signatures+With+Maven (note: be careful about the sub-key problem mentioned at the website)

Tomas


On May 24, 2012, at 4:24 AM, Nicolas Vervelle wrote:

Hi Tomas,

Ok also for me for deploying Jmol releases into a Maven repository.
I'm already using an Ant script for deploying Jmol releases into sourceforge (tools/jmol-release.xml).
If you can write the scripts for the deployment, the maven deployment could be added in this script.

Nico



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