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    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    Sorry about the outage. Thankfully, it was reported by another person on gitter and identified that existing logins continued to work but new logins were disallowed. Love the community, now we need to find a way to monitor the LDAP server to detect that type of failure directly rather than int=directly.
    Yes, mvn release:prepare release:perform on your machine is the standard way to release plugins. Best to use JDK 8 to perform the release unless your plugin will only work on JDK 11.
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    Monitoring infrastructure is always a pain, isn't it?
    JDK 8 is fine.
    That's what we are still using in our software anyway.
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    Over 250 000 active installations worldwide and a small team of people maintaining the infrastructure that supports those many installations. It is worthwhile and sometimes can be a pain
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    I have always been a happy Jenkins user and now I am more than happy to maybe give something back ;-). Thanks a lot for your help!
    Oleg Nenashev
    @oleg-nenashev
    Any contributions are appreciated @swesteme !
    Marky Jackson
    @markyjackson-taulia
    :heartbeat: @swesteme
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
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    Finally managed to release the plugin... ;-)
    Marky Jackson
    @markyjackson-taulia
    HELL YEAH! Congrats @swesteme
    Oleg Nenashev
    @oleg-nenashev
    Soon we will need to write a special guide on select/multi-select plugins :) Extended Choice, Extensible Choise, Active Choice, Dynamic Extended Choice Parameter, ...
    But yeah, a good plugin @swesteme , thanks! I have had so many struggles with Extended Choice, especially because of my own decision to include it into the Custom Tools Plugin at some point
    Mads Jakobsen
    @MadsJakobsen
    Hi, I ran into a problem with insufficient disk space on a windows node for https://ci.jenkins.io, job: https://ci.jenkins.io/blue/organizations/jenkins/Plugins%2Fhidden-parameter-plugin/detail/PR-6/2/pipeline/ where should this issue be reported?
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    @MadsJakobsen a ticket to INFRA on https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/ . Unfortunately, that is a known issue that we haven't had time to resolve.
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    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    @oleg-nenashev that was actually the reason why I wanted to create the new plugin. I couldn't figure out how to configure Extended Choice Parameter plugin. A little late my response, sorry ;-)
    Can anybody tell me, why the content of my github README.md file is not imported into the plugin page ( https://plugins.jenkins.io/multiselect-parameter/#documentation )? I have read the documentation guid what must have been 100 times now and I still not get what I am missing. I thought that referencing the Repo URL in my pom.xml would do the trick, but it doesn't...
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    As far as I can tell, you've done the right things to make the plugin documentation available on the plugins site. It has not yet detected your latest release (1.1), since it reports the last release was 6 days ago.
    I assume that @halkeye may have more insights on delays in the processing of the plugin documentation updates.
    Gavin Mogan
    @halkeye
    short answer is no, api says it should use the github url, but it isn't
    i'll try to take a look with the debugger after work
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    Thanks @halkeye !
    I have bundled the github release only yesterday btw. Used the tag from maven release though.
    Gavin Mogan
    @halkeye
    bundled?
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    Hmm, pressed the github "release" button and selected the release tag created by maven.
    I thought maybe that was a necessary step.
    api site doesn't handle main instead of master
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    Oh, okay. Should I better rename the branch then?
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    That is an interesting case to handle. New default (or future default) branch name.
    yea, we should pull that info down
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    Can I help with that somehow?
    Gavin Mogan
    @halkeye
    i think the readme should pull from the tag, so pending versions don't mess with documentation
    i have to get back to work though, thats the code that defaults it to master, i'm not sure how we can figure out the branch. I know update-center currently queries github for info, so maybe it can expose the default branch?
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    I have read a few lines of code and checked out the WikiServiceTest. Would changing the URL in my pom.xml to https://github.com/jenkinsci/multiselect-parameter-plugin/blob/main/README.md help? The unit test assertions declare it valid.
    Gavin Mogan
    @halkeye
    yes, but also no :) updates to your pom.xml only take effect for releases, so you'd have to release again
    but it would fix the issue
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    Would changing the GithubReadmeExtractor take effect immediately? Or would I need a new release anyway?
    Mark Waite
    @MarkEWaite
    Would need a new release as far as I know. I believe the pom file is read from Artifactory as generated by the release process. Once written there, it is immutable.
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    So I‘ll give the workaround a try first. Later today.
    Gavin Mogan
    @halkeye
    swesteme: sorry I mean if we fixed the code for plugin-site-api, we could deploy that without issue. But to change anything in pom.xml, you need a release because we pull that data from update center, and it pulls it from artifactory as mark says
    Sebastian Westemeyer
    @swesteme
    I understood that Mark said I would need a release in both cases? I am not in a hurry though. If you would like to use my plugin as a guinea pig for plugin-site changes, I could leave the pom.xml alone.
    Andrea Mussap
    @andreamussap_gitlab
    Hello, everyone. @oleg-nenashev I've just created my first PR/contribution to Jenkins project - jenkins-infra/jenkins.io#3877
    Andrea Mussap
    @andreamussap_gitlab

    Hello, I can't join jenkinsci/hacktoberfest room because it says 'Only GitHub users can join this room.'. Can you tell me what this means and how can I join it?

    Although, I don't mind using this jenkinsci/newcomer-contributors room!?

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    Oleg Nenashev
    @oleg-nenashev
    @andreamussap_gitlab I have fixed the permissions in the Hacktoberfest room. Hacktoberfest is around GitHub ecosystem, so there was an assumption that all users would log in with their GitHub accounts. There is no practical need to have such restriction, thanks for bringing it up
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    Karan
    @darkphoenix17
    Hello to the mentors, I was currently expertising my node development background uptil now and am making java background strong as I have seen that most Jenkins repo are java based.....can you suggest some start level issue to work upon until I am expertising my skills by the end of this month!!!