Git plugin and TFS plugin are calling for interested parties to try out their 2.0 beta binaries before they get released.
Git plugin 2.0 contains a major refactoring and UI simplifications, and TFS plugin contains a rewritten polling logic that does not require a workspace.
If you think you'd benefit from these changes, please head to their respective beta testing page and try out the new bits, while we can still change them.
Your favorite Butler will visit Israel on June 6 for the Jenkins User Conference Israel. More than 200 people have already registered to hobnob with other Jenkins users and eat like kings.
The agenda is up here. You’ll find a great list of speakers from Israel, Europe and the US to compliment a plethora of treats. There will be an ice cream break, fruits break, beer break and special chef lunch.
Volume 4 of Continuous Information came out last night. It contains insights and highlights from founder Kohsuke, the latest growth stats, upcoming event info, Jenkins resources, and more.
- Jenkins has nearly 20,000 more active installations than it had last June, up from 43,500 to more than 61,000
- Nearly 100 plugins have been added since late last Fall when we did the last Jenkins survey. Now there are more than 730 plugins
- Bay Area JUC (Oct 23), JUC Israel (Jun 6) and several other Jenkins events around the world have open registration
- Latest, greatest Jenkins improvements include a new LTS based on 1.509, more context menu improvements, and master/slave data transfer performance improvement
- There's also a Security advisory out recommending upgrade to at least 1.502
- A plethora of Jenkins and Continuous Delivery resources