Robots are taking over

Since some time ago Jenkins, our continuous integration system, already reports back to pull requests the job build status, just like other popular CI systems, there’s some documentation on how to trigger jenkins builds on your pull requests.

On selected packages Jenkins is also reporting to GitHub if there are any code analysis errors, see the list of packages and how to run code analysis on your own.

mr.roboto is a pyramid app that works as a webservice providing integration between our plone/collective GitHub organization and Jenkins.

Some of you might have noticed that since last week is adding status updates on pull requests to check if the authors of the pull request have signed the Plone Contributors Agreement.

Since today it is also checking if pull requests are modifying the changelog entry file (namely CHANGES.rst), this way, no change will go unnoticed.

Next step is to warn about which pull requests jobs need to be run for a given pull request. With the current three major releases (4.3, 5.0 and 5.1) being tested is quite a challenge to know which major versions a pull request should be tested against.

As usual, please report any problem on jenkins.plone.org issue tracker.

Happy hacking!

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