Commit 145295a3 authored by Michael Natterer's avatar Michael Natterer 😴

devel-docs: update release-howto.txt for the new server

parent c808789e
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a check-list for doing a GIMP release a check-list for doing a GIMP release
( ) Check that you have working ssh access to ftp.gimp.org and that you ( ) Check that you have working ssh access to download.gimp.org and
are a member of the ftp group. that you are a member of the gimpadmins group.
( ) Check that ftp.gimp.org has enough space to upload the release and to ( ) Check that download.gimp.org has enough space to upload the
place it into the FTP area. If not, make place or ask Yosh to do that. release and to place it into the FTP area. If not, make place or
have somebody do that.
( ) Check that you have admin access to the GIMP product on ( ) Check that you have admin access to the GIMP product on
bugzilla.gimp.org and to the news section on www.gimp.org, or that bugzilla.gimp.org and to the news section on www.gimp.org, or that
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( ) Use md5sum to create a checksum of the tarball (tar.bz2). ( ) Use md5sum to create a checksum of the tarball (tar.bz2).
( ) Upload the tarball (tar.bz2) and the .md5 file to your home directory ( ) Upload the tarball (tar.bz2) and the .md5 file to your home directory
on ftp.gimp.org. Keep a copy of the .md5 file around. on download.gimp.org. Keep a copy of the .md5 file around.
( ) Tag the release (don't forget to push the tag) ( ) Tag the release (don't forget to push the tag)
git tag -s GIMP_2_x_y git tag -s GIMP_2_x_y
git push origin GIMP_2_x_y git push origin GIMP_2_x_y
( ) Move the tarball and the .md5 file to its final destination in the ( ) Move the tarball and the .md5 file to its final destination in the
FTP area (/ftp/pub/gimp/v2.x). FTP area (/srv/ftp/pub/gimp/v2.x).
( ) Update the 0.0_LATEST-IS- file in the directory on the FTP server. ( ) Update the 0.0_LATEST-IS- file in the directory on the FTP server.
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