I wish I could do that but continuum is a mess at this point.  I could not
get it to do anything properly but that may have just been me.  Perhaps
if it improves I'd be willing to give it another try.


On 5/8/07, Ole Ersoy <ole.ersoy@gmail.com> wrote:
In the interest of the "Global" Apache community, we may want to give
some consideration to continuum as well....

- Ole

Chris Custine wrote:
> The reason it is down is that I was setting up the build server to
> authenticate against Apache Directory and the product has a bug so it
> didn't work...  I will get it set up properly this morning so that you
> can see it.
> On the subject of Bamboo, I think it would be a better solution if we
> had our own installation that we could manage.  Teamcity is not perfect
> by any means either.  In addition, there is Zutubi Pulse
> <http://zutubi.com/sales/opensource/ > which offers licenses to open
> source projects.  One question that comes to mind is, are we allowed to
> acquire these licenses and get someone to run them on Apache hardware?
> Or will we be installing these and running them externally if the
> solution isn't something that infra has in place?
> I can think of at least 5 build server products that I have used in the
> last 2 years that we can probably get licenses for, not on ein
> particular stands out of the crowd so we may just have to make due with
> the one that doesn't suck really bad  :-)
> Chris
> On 5/8/07, *Alex Karasulu* < akarasulu@apache.org
> <mailto:akarasulu@apache.org>> wrote:
>     That's great Chris.  I think I've had it with Bamboo so we
>     definitely need something.  BTW I tried the URL and did not have a
>     password.  Perhaps you can send the password to the private@d.a.o
>     <mailto:private@d.a.o> list for users?
>     Thanks,
>     Alex
>     On 5/7/07, *Chris Custine* < chris.custine@gmail.com
>     <mailto:chris.custine@gmail.com >> wrote:
>         I have a license for Jetbrains Teamcity build server and I am
>         evaluating it with the Apache Directory Server svn code if
>         anyone wants to check it out at the URL below.  The CI build
>         checks for SVN commits and builds on every commit and runs Unit
>         tests.  The Nightly Integration Tests build does a fresh
>         checkout and runs integration-test every night at Midnight in my
>         timezone.
>         <http://builds.organicelement.com>
>         http://builds.organicelement.com/overview.html?guest=1
>         <http://builds.organicelement.com/overview.html?guest=1>
>         There is an HTML snippet that we can put into a confluence page
>         to show a public status of the builds as well if I can get write
>         perms to one of the Directory confluence spaces.
>         Chris