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Re: continuous integration of origin server



Awesome. I am certainly interested in any updates on the release tooling process and will contribute thoughts/pull requests where appropriate. I took the survey recently and will encourage colleagues to do so as well.


On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 12:26 AM, Krishna Raman <kraman gmail com> wrote:
Hi Joe,

Yes, Origin CI server is available here: https://originci-openshift.rhcloud.com/. Nightly RPMs are archived here: https://mirror.openshift.com/pub/origin-server/nightly/fedora-19/

The tooling around this is currently pretty hard to understand and use so we are planning a rewrite/reorganization.  We could definitely use some help to sort that out. 
Harrison recently wrote a blog and sent out a poll to gather user input about it and we plan to start discussing and building it sometime after release 2 of Origin.

Let me know if you are interested in the tooling and I'll keep you updated on progress.

--Krishna


On Jul 20, 2013, at 8:32 PM, Joe Mader <jmader jmader com> wrote:

Is there a CI / build status page for Origin? I think some Apache projects do this. Was thinking that perhaps the software components of Origin itself (broker, node, client etc) are run through Jenkins as they're committed/pushed. If this is not currently being done, it may be something that I'm willing to put together / host.

Are the nightly RPMs archived somewhere and/or associated with particular github commit hashes, or are they just built at the end of the day if there's a new commit since the previous day?

Great work thus far on the service! Keep it up.

BRs,
Joe
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