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Did I loose my access to the openam repository?
I did a “git pull” as always.
Username for ‘https://stash.forgerock.org’
fatal: remote error: Repository not found
The requested repository does not exist, or you do not have permission to access it.
We apologise for any inconvenience our recent changes may have caused. We are preparing for the next major release of the ForgeRock Identity Platform and as part of this process, we are no longer providing public access to our nightly builds and source code for the upcoming platform release. Open source downloads are still available via https://backstage.forgerock.com/downloads, the source for which may be found as a tag in the following git repository;
So the plan is to have 14.0.0 available when? For public download or only subscribers?
Historically Forgerock has the x.0.0 available for all.
I guess that Forgerock is profiting from the community’s help to iron out kinks in the X.0.0 versions.
It seems that 14.0.0-SNAPSHOT is not even available for subscribers, right?
Why the gap?
@ignisvulpis: The forthcoming winter release will be available for public download early in 2017.
@jamiebowen Do I interpret the sentence “we are no longer providing public access to our nightly builds and source code for the upcoming platform release.” correctly if I say that it means that after the 14.0.0 release the development source code (trunk) becomes open for all again and it’s business as usual?
Or has there been a strategy change and will there only be source drops for every major release from now on?
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