<div dir="ltr"><div><br></div>It looks like it might be <a href="https://github.com/alexrp">https://github.com/alexrp</a> (Alex Rønne Petersen).   CC-ed.<br></div><div class="gmail_extra"><br><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 3:18 PM, Sergey Zhukov <span dir="ltr"><<a href="mailto:svg@ngs.ru" target="_blank">svg@ngs.ru</a>></span> wrote:<br>
<blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">Also I've found this link, don't know who maintains it<br>
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<a href="http://monojenkins.cloudapp.net/" target="_blank">http://monojenkins.cloudapp.net/</a><br>
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On Fri, 2014-06-13 at 15:07 -0700, Bob Summerwill wrote:<br>
> Right, so maybe this is more a case of the website not getting enough<br>
> love?<br>
><br>
><br>
> We should still have automation independent of Xamarin, though.<br>
> Mono != Xamarin.<br>
><br>
><br>
><br>
> Cheers,<br>
> Bob<br>
><br>
><br>
><br>
> On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Sergey Zhukov <<a href="mailto:svg@ngs.ru">svg@ngs.ru</a>> wrote:<br>
>         AFAIK, Xamarin uses this for mono (it's working link)<br>
>         <a href="https://wrench.mono-project.com/Wrench/" target="_blank">https://wrench.mono-project.com/Wrench/</a><br>
><br>
>         also I've seen travis scripts in the mono tree some time ago<br>
>         (some of<br>
>         them or even all were removed)<br>
><br>
><br>
>         On Fri, 2014-06-13 at 14:47 -0700, Bob Summerwill wrote:<br>
>         ><br>
>         > But there is no centrally maintained automated build<br>
>         instance right<br>
>         > now, correct?    Or incorrect?<br>
>         ><br>
>         ><br>
>         ><br>
>         ><br>
>         ><br>
>         > On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 2:44 PM, Sergey Zhukov <<a href="mailto:svg@ngs.ru">svg@ngs.ru</a>><br>
>         wrote:<br>
>         >         Anybody can use Travis.CI or <a href="http://drone.io" target="_blank">drone.io</a> as build<br>
>         system. They<br>
>         >         can run<br>
>         >         tests on different platforms. For example, here the<br>
>         post how<br>
>         >         to run<br>
>         >         tests on ARM platform using Travis.CI.<br>
>         ><br>
>         <a href="http://www.tomaz.me/2013/12/02/running-travis-ci-tests-on-arm.html" target="_blank">http://www.tomaz.me/2013/12/02/running-travis-ci-tests-on-arm.html</a><br>
>         ><br>
>         >         Also Travis.CI has built-in support for OSX and<br>
>         Ubuntu<br>
>         >         operating<br>
>         >         systems. So it's possible to write script, which<br>
>         will test<br>
>         >         mono across<br>
>         >         several tizen platforms the only bad thing could be<br>
>         a build<br>
>         >         time<br>
>         >         limitation.<br>
>         ><br>
>         ><br>
>         >         On Fri, 2014-06-13 at 14:27 -0700, Bob Summerwill<br>
>         wrote:<br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         > Please could somebody confirm that there is no<br>
>         existing Mono<br>
>         >         project<br>
>         >         > automation?<br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         > Outside of whatever Xamarin do for their own<br>
>         needs, I mean?<br>
>         >         Thanks!<br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         > Cheers,<br>
>         >         > Bob<br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         > On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 2:21 PM, Sergey Zhukov<br>
>         <<a href="mailto:svg@ngs.ru">svg@ngs.ru</a>><br>
>         >         wrote:<br>
>         >         >         They all do the same things, the only<br>
>         difference<br>
>         >         what I see is<br>
>         >         >         a pricing<br>
>         >         >         and limitations for cloud-based<br>
>         jenkins/drone/travis<br>
>         >         (don't<br>
>         >         >         know is<br>
>         >         >         there a cloud-based TeamCity services).<br>
>         CloudBees<br>
>         >         based on<br>
>         >         >         Jenkins has<br>
>         >         >         100 min/month for free projects while<br>
>         <a href="http://drone.io" target="_blank">drone.io</a> does<br>
>         >         not have<br>
>         >         >         monthly<br>
>         >         >         limitations for open source. But <a href="http://drone.io" target="_blank">drone.io</a><br>
>         has 30-min<br>
>         >         >         compile-time<br>
>         >         >         limitation which they say can be removed.<br>
>         Travis.CI<br>
>         >         site says<br>
>         >         >         that there<br>
>         >         >         are no limitation for open source<br>
>         projects, but<br>
>         >         somewhere I<br>
>         >         >         saw that it<br>
>         >         >         has 1 hour limit to compile time.<br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         >         For open-source project it's a good to<br>
>         have ability<br>
>         >         to avoid<br>
>         >         >         thinking<br>
>         >         >         about additional infrastructure for CI,<br>
>         its cost and<br>
>         >         >         maintenance. So in<br>
>         >         >         this case using cloud-based travis or<br>
>         drone can help<br>
>         >         devs to<br>
>         >         >         concentrate<br>
>         >         >         on software itself without spending their<br>
>         time and<br>
>         >         money to<br>
>         >         >         supporting<br>
>         >         >         internal CI build server.<br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         ><br>
>         >         >         On Fri, 2014-06-13 at 12:24 -0700, Daniel<br>
>         Lo Nigro<br>
>         >         wrote:<br>
>         >         >         >         Maybe drone could be used for<br>
>         >         >         >         CI.<br>
>         <a href="https://github.com/drone/drone/" target="_blank">https://github.com/drone/drone/</a><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         > What does Drone do that other more<br>
>         common CI<br>
>         >         systems like<br>
>         >         >         Jenkins and<br>
>         >         >         > TeamCity don't do?<br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         > On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 11:59 AM, Sergey<br>
>         Zhukov<br>
>         >         <<a href="mailto:svg@ngs.ru">svg@ngs.ru</a>><br>
>         >         >         wrote:<br>
>         >         >         >         On Fri, 2014-06-13 at 09:12<br>
>         -0700, Bob<br>
>         >         Summerwill<br>
>         >         >         wrote:<br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         >         Maybe drone could be used for<br>
>         CI.<br>
>         >         >         >         <a href="https://github.com/drone/drone/" target="_blank">https://github.com/drone/drone/</a><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         >         Also for open-source project you<br>
>         can try<br>
>         >         <a href="http://travis.ci" target="_blank">travis.ci</a>,<br>
>         >         >         but it has<br>
>         >         >         >         one-hour<br>
>         >         >         >         limit for running what can be<br>
>         critical for<br>
>         >         running<br>
>         >         >         mono tests<br>
>         >         >         >         inside the<br>
>         >         >         >         tizen emulator.<br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         >         > For Tizen at least I would<br>
>         like to get<br>
>         >         automated<br>
>         >         >         builds and<br>
>         >         >         >         runs going<br>
>         >         >         >         > within Windows Azure VMs which<br>
>         I will<br>
>         >         "sponsor"<br>
>         >         >         the costs of<br>
>         >         >         >         runnin.<br>
>         >         >         >         > Is there an existing<br>
>         automation<br>
>         >         infrastructure for<br>
>         >         >         this to<br>
>         >         >         >         be added<br>
>         >         >         >         > to?   Thanks!<br>
>         >         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
>         >         >         ><br>
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