We have released 0.6.1, which you can get from https://github.com/powertac/powertac-server/downloads. Released modules are hosted at Maven Central rather than in the Sonatype snapshot repo. But the release process removes the corresponding snapshots, so there is no longer a 0.6.1-SNAPSHOT version available. The 0.6.0-SNAPSHOT modules are still available because we never did a release of 0.6.0. I will remove those eventually, after we are confident that nobody depends on them.
The release process also bumps the version ID on the snapshot, so the current HEAD at github is labeled as 0.6.2-SNAPSHOT. There are currently no differences (at least none of which I am aware) between 0.6.1 and 0.6.2-SNAPSHOT, so I did not feel a need to deploy the snapshot to the Sonatype repo.
So unless you are engaged in server development, you really should be using the released 0.6.1 version. Just grab the download packages, and they will pull everything down from Maven Central.
When I tried this (I have retried as I'm writing this to make sure), specifically this instruction: 'cd powertac-server/server-master; mvn install', it complains that it 'Could not resolve dependencies for project org.powertac:server-master:pom:0.6.2-SNAPSHOT'
When I tried this, specifically this instruction: 'cd powertac-server/server-master; mvn install', it complains that it 'Could not resolve dependencies for project org.powertac:server-master:pom:0.6.2-SNAPSHOT'
Hi, Douglas -
This is happening because server-master depends on common, and I have not deployed common-0.6.2-SNAPSHOT to the snapshot repo. I was reluctant to do that, because there may be some changes to this module before the next release, but I've decided it's worth doing just to reduce confusion for folks like you. The alternative is to do a local mvn install of the common module when this happens. I'll see if I can clear that up in the getting-started page, but I may not get to it right away.