LTS (Long-Term Support) releases are chosen every 12 weeks from the
stream of regular releases as the stable release for that time period.
A new release is produced weekly to deliver bug fixes and features to
users and plugin developers.
It's not often that I get to use that much hyperbole in a Jenkins blog post, but I think in this case it's allowable. A journey that started over a year ago by Charles Lowell has reached a new level, thanks to lots of help from Kohsuke along with Hiroshi Nakamura and Jørgen Tjernø.
As of today, with Jenkins 1.438, you can now download and...
Yesterday, Kohsuke announced that the 'jruby' branch of jenkins-core had been merged to master.
This doesn't mean that we're done and that you can go forth and write pure ruby plugins… not by any stretch of the imagination. Instead, what it does mean, is that the Jenkins mainline is much more friendly to runtime analysis of classes with which it is not familiar.
You know that the night is going to be productive whenever @kohsukekawa shows up, and last night was no exception. We talked about problems on the horizon, potential solutions, and then I spent the last half hour ripping a bit of code.
The truth of the matter is that most of the changes that have to be done to Jenkins core have already been made,...
After a one week hiatus, we returned to the weekly hack session on a mission light up the sky with fire!
Charles Lowell, Rasheed Abdul-Aziz, Hiroshi Nakamura
How to manage the different ScriptingContainers inside the Jenkins
renamed the experimental repo where we've been doing all of our development from fog.hpi to the more aptly name [https://github.com/cowboyd/jenkins-ruby-plugins-playground]
started a separate gem for housing...
Jenkins, Pipeline, Docker
JAM @ Devconf
Visit Jenkins in exhibit hall
Terraform, Ansible, Jenkins Integration
The Largest Jenkins Event