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From Martin Desruisseaux <desruisse...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Heads up - Planning to disable anonymous workspace read access on builds.a.o
Date Fri, 16 May 2014 21:28:59 GMT
Hello Andrew

Thanks for looking at this issue. On my side, I use the javadoc
generated by Jenkins build every days. I often fix formatting issues and
wait for the next Jenkins build for seeing if the fix worked. This is
especially useful in class javadoc having tables, matrices or
mathematical formulas.

I also use Javadoc for getting API feedback from the community: I
provide some skeleton classes with lot of Javadoc, send the link to the
developer mailing list for comments, modify the API according feedback,
wait for Jenkins to update the javadoc, etc. in an iterative process.

Would such workflow still be applicable?

    Martin



Le 15/05/14 22:55, Andrew Bayer a écrit :
> So from https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-23056 it sounds like
> at least one of the problems we're having with Jenkins hanging is because
> of attempts to access the workspace of jobs through the UI - when a slave
> is slow or hanging and that kind of request is made, it can lock up the
> whole UI. I've contacted the Mahout team regarding their linking to
> javadocs in job workspaces, and am going to contact the Maven team
> regarding what looks to be build usage of bits from some of their jobs'
> workspaces, but I'd also like to nip this in the bud permanently by
> requiring authentication for access to job workspaces.
>
> My thinking is that the only legitimate reason to be accessing the
> workspace is if you need to in order to debug a failed build - otherwise,
> if there's something that you want to be publishing from your build, you
> can use the archive artifacts functionality. Does this sound reasonable to
> everyone?
>
> A.
>


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