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Jenkins Code Camp in Brussels

Many of us are going to FOSDEM 2014, so this year, we are expanding it even further by adding one more day of Jenkins goodness.

The plan is to get together, get some hacking done, then head for the evening FOSDEM beer event at Delirium Cafe.

I'm shamelessly plagiarizing the format of Copenhagen Jenkins code cmap, which is in turn inspired by Open Space Technology, where attendees decide what the agenda of the day is going to be.

Bring your own topics! One or two weeks before, when the Code Camp closes in, we will contact the attendees and make a "call for topics". The different topic suggestions will all be added to a backlog and at the Code Camp we will simply cast votes to find the most popular ones. Then we split out into smaller groups and work with these topics in timeboxed sessions.

The Code Camp will be open to both developers with prior Jenkins CI development experience as well as developers with some Java experience who are impatient to get started and want an intraveineuse shot of Jenkins! - this is it!

You don't have to have a lot of ideas yourself in order to participate. We guarantee that there will be a lot of interesting topics and each session will have an designated facilitator. Very efficient and very fun!

You'll see many long-term community contributers in the event. Please come join us.

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  • nicolas De l.

    would like to investigate on build flow evolution: use groovy sandbox, make DSL resumable running asynchronously and re-executing in dry-run mode down to the last ran job

    January 30, 2014

  • Stephen C.

    I'll probably want to get some progress on the literate builds done... specifically getting the guthub integration working

    1 · January 30, 2014

    • Kevin P. F.

      I'd be glad to help with literate build testing!

      January 30, 2014

    • Vincent L.

      Also agree with that. Literate and multi branches are the future

      January 30, 2014

  • Kevin P. F.

    I plan to work on my long-idle redesign of Amazon Web Services support.

    January 30, 2014

  • Jyrki P.

    One think I've been wondering about lately is the definition of previous build with Git, Mercurial and other DVCSs. When there's a job in Jenkins which builds multiple branches, the previous build might not be from the same branch. So plugins which try to compare changes between previous and current build (static analysis, junit trends, etc) become less useful.

    I've done some work on trying to resolve "real" parent build with a little side-project. What I've come up can be seen on https://github.com/jyrkiput/gerrit-static-analysis-comments/blob/master/src/main/java/jenkins/plugins/GerritStaticAnalysisComments.java#L104 and methods getParents:118 and findBuildForParent:91.

    Would this be something to wonder about here or at Fosdem?

    November 22, 2013

  • Kohsuke K.

    Please propose topics here!

    November 8, 2013

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