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

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

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 ?


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