> But we haven't had a sub par experience.
> Like I said, Jenkins has been in operation for about a month and many
> successful builds have been run. If you're asking me to say I will 100%
> guarantee that unforeseen errors may cause a problem on the server then I
> can't. What I suspect is that this is due to a change I made last night
> and should be easily fixed.
> Server errors happen. This is the first and probably only time this will
> On Saturday, April 21, 2012, Niels Grewe wrote:
>> On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 09:14:31AM -0400, Gregory Casamento wrote:
>> > Niels,
>> > The fact that we have had 30+ successful builds without any issues seems
>> > to
>> > indicate a good track record with respect to Jenkins and the ci effort.
>> > Honestly I am not going to put the messages on their own list because
>> > that list
>> > will become a black hole and will be all too easy for people to ignore.
>> > The
>> > dev list is relatively low traffic and a little noise every once in a
>> > wild
>> > shouldn't present an issue.
>> > Given people's reluctance to accept Jenkins emailing the dev list I'm
>> > forced to
>> > question why some people are even contributing to this project. If you
>> > don't
>> > want to hear about build or test failures then I don't know what you're
>> > doing
>> > here.
>> Sorry Greg,
>> I think you got me all wrong. I‘m very much in favour of CI, and I
>> absolutely want to hear about build and test failures. What I don‘t want
>> is to hear about failures of the CI tool or to receive emails that are
>> send in response to a commit I did but require me to wade through dozens
>> of lines of build output in order to figure out whether I actually broke
>> something or if it‘s a pre-existing issue. But then again this sounds
>> more harsh than intended, so please take it the wrong way: I‘m merely
>> worried that an initial sub-par experience with Jenkins might adversely
>> affect people‘s opinions against an otherwise great way to ensure code
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