Release assistance for AddOn Manager OWA V.1.00

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(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #1

@wyclif @raff @darius

The Addon manager OWA has been on version 1.00beta2,

We would like to release version 1.00.

Kindly add me to the openmrs organization on bintray

cc @dkayiwa

(Darius Jazayeri) #2

What is your bintray username?

(Darius Jazayeri) #3

Actually, the Bintray UI should give you a button to Join This Organization. Can you click that?

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #4

@darius waweru is my bintray username

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #5

@darius after clicking the join organization a request is sent that is pending approval, and until the appoval is done i cannot be able to upload the package on the organization repo…

(Darius Jazayeri) #6

I didn’t get any notification of this, and I didn’t see it in the UI, so I went ahead and invited you manually.

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #7

thanks a lot i appreciate.

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #8

@darius since i had uploaded the package on a private repository do you mind adding the release to the public owa?? The link to the package is: Now that i am already part of the organisation on bintray, you giving a go ahead would also work as i can add the package.

cc @dkayiwa

(Darius Jazayeri) #9

I moved this topic to #dev:repo-management.

I am trying to follow the instructions from our wiki page Release Open Web Application. They say:

Anyone, who is a member of the OpenMRS org on Bintray can go to the provided Bintray URL, click “Link”, type in “/openmrs/owa” for the repo name and click the “tick” icon next to it to include the OWA.

However that doesn’t seem to work for me:


@raff do you know what I’m doing wrong?

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #10

@darius i think you might just need to remove the slashes and type OWA and the search should automatically suggest ‘openmrs/owa’ Something like this :point_down:

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #11

Hello, @darius I moved forward and added the application to the OWA repository under version release 1.00 which you had created in the openmrs-addonmanager package. Thank you for your assistance.

cc @dkayiwa

(Darius Jazayeri) #12

@waweru does this mean that you no longer want me to link your own version?

(Josephat Mwaura Waweru) #13

yes @darius. given that there was an existing repository in openmrs/owa with the same name, linking was causing similar repositories which were named differently, something that i just solved by adding a new version to the already existing addon-manager-owa repository.