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From Francesco Chicchiriccò <>
Subject Re: Your Gump Build(s)
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2013 07:43:50 GMT
On 02/07/2013 09:34, David Crossley wrote:
> Reminder to the Cocoon project:
> We have a number of Gump builds:
> See
> for the "cocoon" entries.
> For example, the output from the vmgump machine is here:
> and
> for c2.2
> (IIRC then cocoon-2.1 is "packaged" rather than built.)
> The metadata for each Cocoon "project" probably
> needs some care and attention from us.

Hi David,
I am not familiar with Gump at all, but at least for Cocoon 3 [1] and 
Cocoon 2.1 [2] we have Jenkins jobs defined.

I don't think we still need Gump, at least for C3 and C2.1 (and we might 
define a job on Jenkins for C2.2 as well), right?

WDYT? Should we safely remove cocoon entries from Gump? How could this 
be done?



> Stefan Bodewig wrote:
>> Dear Community
>> Apache Gump builds some of your projects and it is quite possible you
>> don't know or have by now forgotten about it.
>> More than half a year ago a technical problem has forced us to turn off
>> emails on build failures as we would have been sending out lots of false
>> alarms.
>> Before we re-enable emails we'd like to know whether you are still
>> interested in the service Gump provides, so please tell us. :-)
>> Metadata for many projects have been neglected for a long time and it is
>> quite possible they'd need some love for results to be meaningful.  All
>> Apache committers have write access to Gump's metadata.
>> In case you don't know what this Gump stuff is about:
>> Apache Gump builds the full stack of the latest commits of software in
>> order to ensure integrity over releases.  Build failures surface API
>> discontinuities between projects before they impact releases, and Gump's
>> e-mail notifications hope to promote the conversations between teams to
>> resolve those discontinuities.
>> When responding to this mail please shorten the CC list as appropriate.
>> Cheers
>>          Stefan
>>   on behalf of the Gump PMC

Francesco Chicchiriccò

ASF Member, Apache Syncope PMC chair, Apache Cocoon PMC Member

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