A couple weeks ago in the post outlining the release of Hudson 1.347 I mentioned that Alan Harder (a.k.a. mindless) had undertaken a deprecation-crusade; that is to say Alan has taken it upon himself to rid Hudson's code-base, particularly in the plugin area, of older code. One of Alan's branches old-data-monitor was merged into trunk with r28147 bringing with it some changes to help...
Are you working on a project which uses java.net's Maven repository for deploying its artifacts?
Well, if so, there's a great opportunity opening up for you to get off that problematic repository: Sonatype is helping java.net projects move to Sonatype's hosted OSS Nexus repository, starting March 5th. We're looking into moving Hudson over but for most smaller projects, this should be a no-brainer. Problems with...
This past week PyCon has been going on in Atlanta, where Titus Brown gave a talk titled:
Why not run all your tests all the time? A study of continuous integration systems
Titus has some notable quotes "just use Hudson" but overall a good introduction of CI and a breakdown of some of the challenges behind continuous integration. He also does a good job...
A great community of developers and users is one of the many things that make Hudson a great tool and a fun project to work with, after launching Continuous Blog as an extensions of that community earlier this week there are some thanks in order to those that helped spread the word about CB and in turn, Hudson. Thanks to:
Everybody on Twitter...
A lot has changed in the Hudson development and distribution infrastructure since last summer - we've made a distinct effort to get the quality of our infrastructure to match the quality of Hudson itself. We owe a special thanks to the wonderful folks over at Atlassian - we're taking advantage of their generous open source license for our bug tracking (JIRA), wiki (Confluence), and...
Hello and welcome to "Continuous Blog", the official Hudson weblog! If you
don't mind me saying so, I think its arrival is long overdue. Since Hudson
started in November of 2006, there hasn't been a central "voice" for the
project. In just a few short years Hudson has grown into a substantial project
with hundreds of plugins and thousands of users around the world.
nice Java-based extensible continuous integration...
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