As Matt Brown pointed out on the dev@ list, Hudson made a cameo on The Daily WTF in their post Nobulation Fail.
Kohsuke went on to mention on the mailing list:
Looks like this one is already fixed back in October last year....
Apologies for the slight delay in posting another TWiP, both within the Hudson community and outside of it, it was quite a busy week. This past week we've had roughly 15 plugins released, with a few going through a number of iterations over the course of the week such as the Emma plugin and one of Hudson's newest plugins, the Libvirt Slaves plugin.
Rarely do I ever get mail, let alone mail I like, so I was quite excited when a shipment of stickers from Hudson HQ arrived yesterday. I'm certain you're thinking to yourself "what does this guy need hundreds of Hudson stickers for?" Fact is, I don't! They're not for me, they're for you!
I am willing to mail stickers vast distances to you (with...
Been a bit pre-occupied this week, so this links roll-up is short and sweet.
The JavaDude details a fairly simple test application embedding Glassfish + Netbeans + Hudson
Thanks to @chrisbingham, discovered a .NET wrapper for Hudson's remote API
Learned all about getting started with Hudson for .NET projects from Bob Cravens
Robert Fletcher wrote a groovy post about testing...
It's been a little over a month since I pinged Kohsuke about an "official Hudson blog"; my role has been nothing more than writer and editor of a community resource, while I have invested a lot of time in Continuous Blog it is not "mine" so much as it is "ours." I feel I have a responsibility as the current maintainer of this resource...
Ever wanted to pick the brains of multiple Hudson developers and users, all at the same time? Feel like finally meeting Kohsuke in person? Now's your chance!
We're hosting our second-ever Bay Area Hudson Hackathon/Meetup on March 19th and 20th. That's nearly two whole days of Hudson!
Day One (Mar. 19)
The first day of the hackathon/meetup is aimed primarily at those working with Hudson's core, or...
Last Friday, March 5th, Hudson 1.349 was pushed out into the wild with an even split of bug fixes and enhancements. Included in this release is Alan Harder's (a.k.a mindless) old data monitor code, discussed previously in the post "Call for Testers: The older the better." Included in this release were further updates to the japanese and german localizations of Hudson; if you're interested...
A little late, but this past week we released 19 plugins including one new release, the Libvirt Slaves.
Accurev plugin 0.6.10
Subversion Release Manager plugin 1.1
Clover plugin 2.6.3
JFrog has been successfully hosting Jenkins User Conference – Tel-Aviv for the last seven years. This is the 2nd biggest Jenkins event in the world after the US.
Jenkins User Conference Tel Aviv and Paris 2018 will again bring together top Jenkins experts, CI/CD community thought leaders and innovative companies offering complementary technologies for Jenkins.
Jenkins World 2018 San Francisco
Jenkins World 2018 in Nice, France