Easy Publishing to the Central Repository – New Video Series

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In a new series of how-to videos, Easy Publishing to the Central Repository, we’ll look at common scenarios that might slow you down when publishing to Central Repository.

When approving projects, we find that up to 20% have to make a simple namespace correction in order to proceed. The first step we check is that the artifact has a correct groupid. In the first video of the series, Manfred Moser shows the correct namespace format and how you can personalize your work in Central Repository.

A sneak peak of the first video is embedded below. As we roll out updates to the series during January 2016, TheNEXUS Community Members will have free access to all 8 videos in the series. The Easy Publishing to Central Series includes:

  • Claim Your Namespace in the Central Repository
  • Requesting Access
  • Requirement and GPG troubles
  • Configuring Access
  • Testing Deployment
  • Project Object Model – What?
  • Javadoc and sources
  • Getting Help

Become a member of TheNEXUS Community Project to get an update as each video in the series is released. If there is anything else you want us to cover in this series, please leave a comment below.


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Manfred Moser

Manfred Moser is trainer, author and community advocate at Sonatype working on efforts around the Nexus Repository Manager, the Nexus IQ Server and the Central Repository. He is a regular speaker at conference such as JavaOne, AnDevCon, OSCON and others.. Fluent in both German and English, he also speaks and writes Java and a bunch of other programming languages and uses these skills as committer and project lead on a number of open source projects such as the Android Maven Plugin. The open source community and open source software has been a passion of his for well over a decade and he is sure it will be for a few more decades. Manfred can be found on most social channels, including Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.

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