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RE: [RFC] Move buildbot master to ASF infrastructure

From: Gavin <gavin_at_16degrees.com.au>
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 13:26:34 +1000

cc: dev-at-subversion-dot-apache-dot-org

From: Bhuvaneswaran A [mailto:bhuvan_at_collab.net]
> On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 8:50 AM, Bhuvaneswaran A <bhuvan_at_collab.net> >


> While we are at it, do we have access to report on the project/build
> system mapping? I mean, out of "n" projects, how many projects use
> Buildbot, Continuum, Gump and Hudson? This may give us a clue on usage
> pattern of build systems for Apache projects.

Hi Bhuvaneswaran,

My stats are slightly out of date, and is currently a manual process on a
spreadsheet, however ...

Out of 103 projects (including incubating projects)

12 are officially using Buildbot. (it builds more for RAT reports only)
18 are using Hudson.
16 are using Continuum.
57 are not using any CI or are using an external method, or have their own
buildbot,Hudson,continuum running elsewhere, such as on their own zone.

As I mention, these are likely out of date now; and I haven't yet collected
data on Gump, but it has been around a while and lots of projects use it to
test against trunk etc of other dependent projects.

Note that Buildbot is the newest CI here at Apache, having only been
installed for less than a year, and only really started to be opened up for
projects to use after a lengthy testing and configuring period.




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