[Ci-users] Looking for a home for the Ceylon build system

Karanbir Singh kbsingh at centos.org
Thu Aug 31 22:06:58 UTC 2017


Hi Tako,

On 31/08/17 14:07, Tako Schotanus wrote:
> Ceylon is the programming language that was for years sponsored by
> RedHat and which is now moving to Eclipse.
> All his time we've been using Jenkins running on OpenShift v2 to do our
> nightly builds (https://ci-ceylon.rhcloud.com).
> But as you know OpenShift v2 is about to be shut down and the free
> service for v3 doesn't have enough capacity to do our builds.
> So we're looking for a new home to host our nightly builds and we've
> been told that ci.centos.org <http://ci.centos.org> might be a good
> option for us.
> 
> So can we host Ceylon's build here? What would we have to do?
> 

We'd be happy to host you guys. Can you give us an idea on the actual
load you expect by way of jobs per day and usual time to run for jobs ?

Regards



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