Coincidentally I also recently evaluated Bamboo for my client's
development team in the last few weeks and found it quite usable. I
expect it to be even more valuable on an open source project like
Cayenne (if only cause Cayenne has real test coverage).
Michael Gentry had a server machine that he and his employer kindly
made available for Cayenne nightly builds (I am ashamed to say that
for some time I didn't have a chance to do any work on it, restoring
nightly builds). Maybe we can put an evaluation version of Bamboo on
that machine, just to get a feeling how well it works with Cayenne?
And if it does, ping ASF infrastructure about deploying a shared
instance that other projects can use and getting the license setup.
What do you think?
On Jun 7, 2007, at 11:41 PM, Kevin Menard wrote:
> Hi all,
> Atlassian, makers of Confluence and JIRA, have a new continuous
> integration product called Bamboo out. I've begun an evaluation
> for use
> at Servprise, and so far it seems quite nice. It can integrate with
> JIRA and subversion fairly nicely. Is there any interest in applying
> for an OSS license and setting something up to auto-build & test our
> various branches? As a nice side effect, the generated artifacts
> be used as nightlies.
> Kevin Menard
> Servprise International, Inc.
> 800.832.3823 x308
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