On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 01:04:47PM -0500, Matthew Miller wrote:
We have a Jenkins server which is offered as a best-effort
CentOS has a much bigger and more-maintained system at ci.centos.org
Some things which end up in Fedora, like OpenShift, are already tested
_on_ Fedora in that infrastructure.
Would it make sense to retire ours and move our stuff to theirs? That
could free up both maintenance and hardware resources, and seems like a
nice place where we can easily collaborate with ("take advantage of,
but in the good sense") our sibling distro project.
I talked to Jim Perrin and they have no problem with adding the fedmsg
integration. Are there other things we might need?
The only thing I can see that we offer and they don't (yet?) is the integration
Our Jenkins instance relies on FAS for auth via openid and ipsilon.
I quickly tried login into their instance but I stayed on the regular jenkins
login page, so I do not know how they handle auth (and the person I pinged from
CentOS is probably afk as we speak).
Does this gain us at least as much to offset the trouble to migrate
Maybe we could offer the Fedora builder in our jenkins and point to their for
(our RHEL builder are actually RHEL not CentOS though, so it might lead to some
subtle differences here and there, and we run RHEL not CentOS in prod)
That being said, I would not mind having pagure's tests also running on CentOS