Hello @MarkEWaite, I am not sure if this is the correct SIG for asking this but is there a way to run jenkins.io website locally without docker? So I am asking for an alternative to make run or make generate... Docker isn't working for me in both my windows and Linux machines.
@halkeye had done some work attempting to make jenkins.io development possible without docker, but I believe he suspended effort on that pull request. May be better for us to spend some time investigating how to make Docker work on your Linux machine.
Hello everyone. I joined the admin team to help with GSOC let me know where help is needed (with links please if you need help with code or blog post reviews).
i think they hang out in slack these days
@martinda added you to mentor and org admin channels on the CDF Slack
GSoC office hours start in about 10 minutes at https://zoom.us/j/99217163913?pwd=TldwZWZTQzNNc3ZGaThFOThlckFGQT09 . Reminder of the GSoC timeline - student final work product reports and final mentor evaluations are open to submit beginning Aug 16, 2021 and must be submitted before Aug 23 18:00 UTC. A blog post to www.jenkins.io is a good way to provide a stable URL to the final work product report and to highlight your accomplishments to the Jenkins community.
Hi GSoC participants esp. students and mentors: please participate in the poll on slack regarding the final demos. Thanks in advance!
Hi everyone! My name is Kris and I am a new contributor to Jenkins, currently working on some PRs aiming to improve the conventional-commits-plugin repo. I would like to volunteer for GSoC, either as an organization admin or as a mentor. I have previously involved with GSoC twice as a student, once in 2019 and the other in 2020 under the OpenAstronomy organization, having successfully completed two projects then. Is there any good project ideas for me to develop on? And am I eligible to volunteer?
Hi, I just started to take a new career path by learning Python. I have limited experience on C++ and VB. Just heard about the Google Summer of Code. Is it limited only to college students, or could anyone else getting started in the open source community be accepted?