[Mondrian] Publishing an olap4j release to maven central

Adam Brusselback adambrusselback at gmail.com
Tue Mar 22 13:57:54 EDT 2016

+2. When starting out, trying to understand the whole ecosystem was a
nightmare due to everything you both listed.

Finding relevant info on Mondrian is no small feat.  Figuring out which
features are new for Mondrian 4, what I should be doing now, vs what's
outdated... makes your head spin.  I also find it kinda crazy that one of
the main users of Mondrian other than Pentaho themselves has to maintain
his own fork which actually integrates the requests the Mondrian project
doesn't (at least in a timely manner).  Seems like they do need some more
developer time spent on it, because from an outsiders perspective, it looks
very unloved.

On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 10:14 AM, Manuel Aristarán <manuel at jazzido.com>

> > On Mar 20, 2016, at 6:19 PM, Tom Barber <tom at analytical-labs.com> wrote:
> >
> > Mondrian as well, no one has a clue whats going on, Mondrian 3, Mondrian
> 4, 60 open pull requests etc, that's not a dig at the guys in the towers,
> but we run our own Mondrian 4 fork mostly because stuff gets pushed up to
> PR and never ingested, although i'm guilty of not pushing a few tweaks back
> which I'll attempt to get done this week. Also there's no feedback either
> WRT roadmap, targets etc, the problem with Mondrian is its a complex beast
> and lacking developer power, and then to compound it all there are now 2
> major versions of that complex beast! :)
> +1 to this. Being a newcomer [1] to the Pentaho/Mondrian open source
> ecosystem, it took me quite a while to get used to things being spread
> across Sourceforce, Github, Jira, the users forum and this listserv, among
> other resources.
> Also, having both major versions of Mondrian properly released to Maven
> wouldn't hurt.
> Thanks,
> [1] https://github.com/jazzido/mondrian-rest
>> Manuel Aristarán <manuel at jazzido.com>
> http://jazzido.com
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