Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hudson: trouble at the mill?

Looks like Oracle and the Hudson developers aren’t getting along. The project hosting that Oracle provide (inherited from Sun) has been a bumpy ride for the developers, who are suggesting GitHub as a less bumpy and more functional way to develop. Oracle seem reluctant to let them go. Which you can understand, in a way.

Summary at hudson-labs.org, full story on the mailing lists.

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Links for 2010-11-23

Here’s Tuesday’s links from My Twitter Stream.

Vote for us in the Ultimate Wallboard Challenge

We’ve been beavering away to get XFD up to scratch for this competition and we’re almost ready.

XFD has a whole host of UI improvements (see the credits for the superstars who helped), and we’re working on supporting more CI servers, very soon.

Would you take 2 minutes to give us a vote? Thank you!

Atlassian are also looking for local representatives, by the way.

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DevOps Roundtable, London

Some of us had a bit of a chat about DevOps recently. Thanks to John and Damon for organising, and Betfair for lending us the lovely room. It’s definitely the nice part of Hammersmith.

Link

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Links for 2010-11-10

Here’s Wednesday’s links from My Twitter Stream.

Links for 2010-11-09

Here’s Tuesday’s links from My Twitter Stream.

Links for 2010-11-08

Here’s Monday’s links from My Twitter Stream.

Links for 2010-11-04

Here’s Thursday’s links from My Twitter Stream.

Links for 2010-11-02

Here’s Tuesday’s links from My Twitter Stream.