Mark is a member of the Jenkins governing board, a long-time Jenkins user and contributor, a core maintainer, and maintainer of the git plugin, the git client plugin, the platform labeler plugin, the embeddable build status plugin, and several others.
He is one of the authors of the "Improve a plugin" tutorial.
Beginning with Jenkins 2.407, May 30, 2023, Jenkins administrators running a Jenkins weekly release will be warned if they are running Jenkins on an operating system that is within 6 months of its end of life date.
The same warning will be visible to Jenkins administrators running a Jenkins long term support (LTS) release with the next LTS baseline after Jenkins...
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...
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...
Beginning March 28, 2023, the Jenkins weekly releases will use new repository signing keys for the Linux installation packages.
The same change will be made in Jenkins LTS releases beginning April 5, 2023.
Administrators of Linux systems must install the new signing keys on their Linux servers before installing Jenkins Jenkins weekly 2.397 or Jenkins LTS 2.387.2.
Update Debian compatible operating systems (Debian,...
The Jenkins project has used Jira Software for issue tracking since 2005.
Jira has been our issue and enhancement tracking system for almost as long as Jenkins core has existed.
Jenkins core and most Jenkins plugins track issues and enhancements through a Jira instance hosted for the Jenkins project by the Linux Foundation.
We’re pleased to announce that Atlassian has agreed to continue...
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...
Many new contributors may hesitate to contribute to a Jenkins plugin.
They may be concerned that the time commitment is too great.
They may be worried that they lack the technical skills to maintain a plugin.
They may not feel adequate to handle issues related to a Jenkins plugin.
This blog post introduces the "Improve a plugin" developer tutorial for new contributors.
The tutorial is...
For the first time in three years, the Jenkins community and Jenkins users will be united at DevOps World 2022 on September 27-29, 2022 in beautiful Orlando, Florida. (It really is a magical place.)
Following Jenkins' recent move to Java 11 and significant security advisories for plugin users, the Jenkins community has the opportunity to come together to discuss Jenkins success...
Open source software has changed software development.
Companies readily use open source as a key part of their software development and delivery.
Open source operating systems dominate cloud computing operating systems.
Open source Java libraries and frameworks like Spring Framework, Spring Boot, Hibernate, and Grails provide effective...