Member of the Jenkins Advocacy and Outreach SIG.
Alyssa drives and manages Jenkins participation in community events and conferences like FOSDEM, SCaLE, cdCON, and KubeCon.
She is also responsible for Marketing & Community Programs at CloudBees, Inc.
At cdCon last week in Vancouver, May 8–9, the Jenkins Contributor Award winners were announced along with fifteen (15) other CDF Award winners.
This is an annual award program where Jenkins contributors are nominated and voted by their peers within the Jenkins community.
Thank you to everyone who nominated and voted and to CDF for hosting this program. And special thanks...
There was one security advisory this month announcing vulnerabilities regarding Jenkins plugins.
Cloud Cost Controls with improved resource cleanups and VM usage optimization to face the increased rate of builds on ci.jenkins.io.
Thanks to DigitalOcean for their continued support and ($8,400 credit) sponsorship of Jenkins.
Ppc64le docker agent images are now available.
Jenkins at cdCon + GitOpsCon!
Contributed by: Wadeck Follonier
In April, there was...
On behalf of the Jenkins GSoC org admin team and mentors,
we would like to welcome
Harsh Pratap Singh,
Vandit Singh, and
They will be working on Google Summer of Code projects in the Jenkins organization,
and they have already done some contributions.
This year we have the following projects:
GitLab Plugin modernisation -
Cleaning and modernizing the extensively used GitLab plugin.
Contributor: Harsh Pratap Singh from...
Jenkins 2.397 and 2.387.2 are both using new Linux repository signing keys.
The Pipeline graph view plugin continues to evolve and improve as a Pipeline visualization replacement for Blue Ocean.
The number of pull requests merged for jenkins.io crossed into triple digits this month (101).
Contributed by: Mark Waite
Jenkins' installers for Debian and Red Hat have all been signed with new PGP private...
FOSDEM 2023 insights
Jenkins is a mentor organization for Google Summer of Code
Several container image updates
Jenkins Awards voting is now open
Contributed by: Alyssa Tong
Returning to FOSDEM for the first in-person event since COVID was both exciting and nostalgic for our Jenkins contributors.
It was exciting to see the same crowd size and enthusiasm by attendees.
Many thanks to the wonderful FOSDEM organizers...
We are thrilled to announce that Jenkins has been accepted to Google Summer of Code 2023!
This will be Jenkins' seventh year as a mentoring organization.
Congratulations to all 172 accepted open-source organizations!
As a mentoring organization for the past six years, Jenkins has mentored 31 GSoC students by 85+ different mentors, bringing together over 107 strangers for a common idea - Jenkins!
The Jenkins project is a part of the Continuous Delivery Foundation, which gives out awards to recognize all the work from this community and the progress made in the name of Continuous Delivery.
View the award guidelines, definitions, and previous winners: here.
2023 Award Categories
Continuous Enthusiast → Nominate someone
Top CDF Ambassador → Nominate someone
Top CDF Contributor → Nominate someone
Top Documenter →...
What better way to kick off the new year, than by returning for an in-person event at one of the most popular open source gatherings of all, FOSDEM!
On February 4 & 5, contributors from the Jenkins project and thousands of other open-source enthusiasts traveled from around the world to flock to FOSDEM.
Located in Brussels, Belgium, FOSDEM is an opportunity to...
Jenkins in GSoC planning is in full steam ahead.
General availability of new development tools on ci.jenkins.io: Maven, JDK, Playwright.
98 pull requests were merged from 38 different authors in January.
Jenkins 2.375.2 released January 11, 2023.
Over 350 positive ratings.
A sandbox bypass vulnerability was corrected among 37 other vulnerabilities.
The security team recommends users to upgrade.
Debian 12 (“bookworm”) will not deliver OpenJDK 11