Jenkins commit activities in 2012

Stephen is having fun with Git and R, and I saw another person creating a similar comparison (although I’m not sure where the credit should go on that one.) Both charts are great, but I also noticed that their Y-axis aren’t consistent. So if people aren’t careful they might not see Jenkins as favorably as…

JavaFX needs to be a new edition of Java

Lately, there has been a number of security vulnerabilities reported in Java. The latest one is reported just after a few days of JavaSE 7u11, which by itself a response to another vulnerability. It’s so bad to the point that people are being asked to uninstall Java (yes, just in the browser, but let’s face…

On the road for the rest of the month

I’m really excited to kick off my 2013 with a tour around the world for Jenkins. The first stop will be in Tel Aviv, where I’ll be doing training with AlphaCSP. This has sold out, but AlphaCSP will be delivering this training again in the future. I’ll then head to London for the Jenkins User…

The other side of forking and pull requests

Charles Nutter of JRuby fame had this tweet yesterday: The “open commit” policy is a relic of a time before @github brought us forking and pull requests. Want to commit? Send me a PR. — Charles Nutter (@headius) January 4, 2013 And this touches on something I’ve been thinking for a long time. My experience…