Entries tagged [infra]
New Infra Team Members
Since out last update over a year ago, the Infra Team has expanded by another NINE (9) members!
Congrats and our warmest thanks go to:
Niklas Gustavsson - (ngn)
Jeremy Thomerson - (jrthomerson)
Mark Struberg - (struberg)
Eric Evans - (eevans)
Brandon Williams - (brandonwilliams)
Mohammad Nour El-Din - (mnour)
David Nalley - (ke4qqq)
Yang Shih-Ching - (imacat)
Daniel Gruno - (humbedooh)
The rest of the Infra team look forward to continuing to work with you all.
There are now a total of 80 infrastructure members with another 36 in the infrastructure-interest group.
LDAP, groups and SVN - Coupled together
The infrastructure team have now completed the next stage of the planned LDAP migration.
We have migrated our old SVN authorisation file, and POSIX groups into LDAP data. SVN access control is now managed using these groups.
This means to change access the Subversion repositories is now as simple as changing group membership. We use some custom perl scripts that build the equivalent authorisation file meaning that we dont need to use the <location> blocks nasty hack to do this. It also means that all changes, including adding new groups and extending access control is made simple.
ASF PMC chairs, are now able to make changes to their POSIX, and SVN groups whilst logged into people.apache.org - using a selection of scripts:
All of these scripts have a '--help' option to show you how to use them.
What's next? We are now working on adding a custom ASF LDAP schema, that will allow us to record ASF specific data such as ICLA files and date of membership etc.
We will also be looking at adding support for 3rd party applications such as Hudson, and building an identity management portal where people can manage their own account.
Posted at 10:03PM Feb 22, 2010 by pctony in Status | |
What can the ASF Buildbot do for your project?
The below information has just been published to the main ASF Buildbot URI ci.apache.org/buildbot.html.
A summary of just some of the things the ASF Buildbot can do for your project:
- Perform per commit build & test runs for your project
- Not just svn! - Buildbot can pull in from your Git/Mercurial branches too!
- Build and Deploy your website to a staging area for review
- Build and Deploy your website to mino (people) for syncing live
- Automatically Build and Deploy Snapshots to Nexus staging area.
- Create Nightly and historical zipped/tarred snapshot builds for download
- Builds can be triggered manually from within your own freenode #IRC Channel
- An IRCBot can report on success/failures of a build instantly
- Build Success/Failures can go to your dev/notification mailing list
- Perform multiple builds of an svn/git commit on multiple platforms asyncronously
- ASF Buildbot uses the latest RAT build to check for license header issues for all your files.
- RAT Reports are published live instantly to ci.apache.org/$project/rat-report.[txt|html]
- As indicated above, plain text or html versions of RAT reports are published.
- [Coming Soon] - RAT Reports sent to your dev list, only new failures will be listed.
- [Coming Soon] - Email a patch with inserted ASL 2.0 Headers into your failed files!!
- Currently Buildbot has Ubuntu 8.04, 9.04 and Windows Server 2008 Slaves
- [Coming Soon] - ASF Buildbot will soon have Solaris, FreeBSD 8 and Windows 7 Slaves
Help is always on hand on the builds.at.apache.org mailing list for any problems or build configuration issues/requests. Or try the #asftest channel on irc.freenode.net for live support.
So now you want your project to use Buildbot? No problem, best way is to file a Jira Ticket. and count to 10 (well maybe a bit longer but it wont be long before you are up and running).
Posted at 01:01PM Nov 09, 2009 by administrator in General | |