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From "Brett Porter" <>
Subject Re: Continuous integration for Struts
Date Tue, 06 Jun 2006 01:20:57 GMT
It depends :)

I'm happy to hand out access to it. There are a couple of gotchas though.

1) there's only 20G of disk space in total, so we'll need to be
proactive on keeping that in check
2) Continuum doesn't have a lot of features for manging multiple
groups of people in one instance (all the projects are on one
dashboard). So we'll need to live with that. Thankfully, Patrick has
volunteered to help :)
3) We might occasionally want to try newer continuum builds there
since it isn't a "production grade" service, which might cause an

If these are acceptable, then it'd be great to work on it together. I
think infra@ would be happy not to have yet another Continuum running
on the zone machine.

BTW, Continuum is now using WW 2.2.2 with a view to moving to SAF 2.0.
We'd welcome anyone from Struts that is interested in helping work on
Continuum itself :)


On 06/06/06, Wendy Smoak <> wrote:
> On 5/25/06, Patrick Lightbody <> wrote:
> > Do we have something like Continuum setup for Struts? If not, we should. What's
the process to kick this off?
> Take two:  Brett mentioned on commons-dev that is
> available for Commons nightly builds & CI.
>  *
> Brett, is this going to be available for other projects at some point?
>  We've been talking about setting up Continuum in the Struts zone, but
> it makes more sense to use a shared instance, if one is available.
> Patrick Lightbody has volunteered to set up the Struts builds.  Can
> you please let us know if we'll be able to use this, or if we should
> go ahead in our own zone?
> Thanks,
> Wendy
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