I am happy to have a solution, but I wonder what was going on. Why istn't the newest plugin used by default? I have seen that there already is a version 3.0.0 of the plugin.
Should I hardcode the version in the pom.xml?
To get a reproducible build the version of all your dependencies / plugins must be hardcoded into the pom.xml. I have no idea why Maven uses these older versions as default, maybe because they fear breaking people who have not specified a plugin version in their pom.xml.
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