The day of hackery is upon us! Today is Day One of the Bay Area Hudson hackathon/meetup, the hacking will start at 10am today and continue until 5pm at the Oracle Santa Clara campus in the "library" conference room of SCA7 "Mansion" building. The focus today will be largely on hacking Hudson itself.
Not everybody lives in the Bay Area, fortunately all of you...
A few weeks ago we covered building Android apps with Hudson thanks to a very informative post by Hugo Visser, ever thought about building Android itself with Hudson? Sony Ericsson apparently has, Continuous Blog reader and Hudson user Christopher Orr sent me this screen shot from his recently purchased Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini, notice the "Kernel version" field.
If you've got screen shots or...
Finishing off the second week in March, the Hudson team rolled Hudson 1.350 off the assembly line last Friday, bringing a slew of fixes. Of particular interest to users of Hudson's various native packages for Red Hat, openSuSE, Ubuntu/Debian and Solaris, was a change that suppress the "self-upgrade" functionality in the "Manage Hudson" page. On the enhancements side of the fence, the team added...
Rush delivery from Hudson HQ! Hudson 1.351 just rolled out with a very important regression fix:
Regression in 1.350 that can delete old build artifacts. (mailing list thread, issue 5937)
Sorry for the hiccup everybody, we're working pretty hard on getting a better, more stable, release process in place.
You can go grab the latest .war file straight from hudson-ci.org or if you're using a...
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...
This Hackathon event allows you to transfer your ideas to a product. Jenkins Chinese Community will host this in Beijing.
Let's work on Jenkins together: Pipeline, Configuration as Code, etc.
We will meet to share experiences and hack something.
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