This will be the third Apache Maven BOF in a row during Devoxx Belgium.
These BOFs have always been the most succesful ones compared to other conferences.
Based on last years discussion we've improved Maven by being able to show where every element in the effective pom is coming from. With the growth of the projects it can be quite hard to understand how Maven calculates the effective pom, hence this improvement should give more control.
Scheduled on Thursday from 20:00 to 21:00 in BOF 2
Started as Maven Committer in 2007, PMC Chair from 2014 to 2016. Apache Software Foundation member since 2011. Worked on most source code of Maven. Currently deeply involved into making Maven produce native Reproducible Builds (https://reproducible-builds.org/) output.
Freelance Java Developer, CI/CD Fan, Unit Test Fan, Trying other languages like Go, Started in 2013 as an Apache Maven Committer and became in 2013 an Apache Maven PMC Member and continued in 2017 to become an Apache Software Foundation Member, Mojo Haus Member
In 2011 Robert joined the Apache Maven team (between the releases of Maven 3.0.3 and 3.0.4). Since then he has been one of the most active committers on the project and has been the chairman for the last couple of years. Due to a partial overlap of the goals of Maven and the Java Platform Module System Robert has joined the expert group of JSR-376, better known as project Jigsaw. He has done most of the implementations for the Maven project to support the Java Modular System.
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