Hacktoberfest 2021 made great contributions to the Jenkins project.
We thank all the Hacktoberfest contributors and the maintainers who reviewed the submitted pull requests.
We received contributions in artwork, translation, documentation, security, and general purpose improvements.
The contributions included software improvements, documentation updates, and video tutorials.
Duchess France provided significant improvements to the French localization of Jenkins.
The changes included new translations of text, corrections of existing translations, and file encoding fixes.
The translation changes included fifteen pull requests representing the work of six different contributors.
Translation pull requests were also received for Spanish language improvements.
The translation pull requests included multiple plugins in addition to Jenkins core.
Thea Mushambadze created the new Jenkins logo for Georgia logo.
Thanks very much!
The Jenkins project started the migration of plugin documentation to GitHub almost two years ago.
Hacktoberfest 2021 identified 40 candidate plugins to migrate their documentation to GitHub.
Avinash Upadhyaya K R,
Rajan Kumar Singh, and
Dheeraj Singh Jodha provided a total of 29 pull requests migrating plugin documentation to GitHub.
Special thanks to the contributors and to the plugin maintainers that merged and released documentation migration pull requests.
Eight plugins have fully migrated their documentation to GitHub through Hacktoberfest contributions.
An additional thirteen plugins have merged the documentation change and will complete the migration with their next plugin release.
Wadeck Follonier provided a tutorial to prepare Jenkins for a broader implementation of Content Security Policy.
Angélique Jard provided architectural diagrams showing a dataflow view of Jenkins and a high level view of Jenkins.
Those diagrams help others understand the internal structure of Jenkins and how it interacts with users and with other systems.
Originally posted on Jenkins Blog