As I mentioned in yesterday's post, there's been a lot of discussion recently about what "Jenkins 2.0" means. In a recent "Office Hours" session, Kohsuke Kawaguchi presented his vision for Jenkins 2.0 in a office hours session, the slides for which can be found in this Google Presentation. Roughly paraphrasing Kohsuke's vision, 2.0 is primarily about making things better for the thousands of users out there.
This week, we'll be reviewing some key areas of the "Jenkins 2.0" proposal. Asking you, the user community, to provide feedback on these proposals, going from Jenkins internals to user interface.
Thus far we've covered: