Let me be the first to say thank you all for your overwhelming support for
Hudson and the work we've been doing. The Hudson community in general has
always been incredibly supportive and friendly, but the outpouring of support from
friends and users who've not previously spoken up has been awe inspiring.
That said, let's get down to business. As I covered
yesterday there is some
bubbling frustration within the...
There's been a lot of discussion on the new mailing lists as of late regarding some of the infrastructure and ownership of the Hudson project. In case you haven't been following along at home, I'll try to catch you up as impartially as possible.
2009.06.02: After substantial problems with Java.net infrastructure, the
dev community discusses new infrastructure
including SourceForge, Google Code, Kenai, Berlios, GitHub,...
As Kohsuke mentioned in this post, the Java.net migration has caught just about everybody off-guard in the Hudson community.
The tools we use hosted by Java.net are essentially locked from us until further notice (no ETA on the migration) which is, as you might imagine frustrating both for the core developers but hundreds of plugin developers that make Hudson the best damned CI server on...
Monday morning I came into work and discovered that I cannot commit to the Hudson Subversion repository. Initially I wasn't worried — I thought it was just another java.net outage that will resolve itself in a few hours — but a little research a bit later revealed that Hudson was locked down and being migrated to new java.net infrastructure.
I and the whole community was...
In tradition of taking advantages of my travel, Tikal, ExLibris, and InfraDNA hosted a Hudson users meetup in Jerusalem yesterday.
There were 10+ people from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv who came over, which was great given the lack of upfront advertisement (my fault.) I did a short presentation about the current state of the Hudson project and where we are focusing efforts on. Then we...
On the off chance you've not seen some of the photos posted to the @hudsonci Twitter stream, here's some of the photos from day two of JavaOne....
In case you haven't been following the frequently updated @hudsonci Twitter stream. Here's a collection of photos I've taken thus far....
Editor's Note: This is a very rough set of notes from John Ferguson Smart's presentation at JavaOne 2010. Unlike Kohsuke's presentation, John spent a lot of time in demos which made live-blogging a bit difficult.
John takes the stage at 9:30, this presentation is totally different from yesterday's presentation from Kohsuke
Taking Hudson a little further, beyond just scheduling a build job.
Who is not using Hudson,...
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