Jenkins November 2022 Newsletter

November 2022 Welcome to the Jenkins Newsletter! This is a compilation of progress within the project, highlighted by Jenkins Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for the month of November. Got Inspiration? We would love to highlight your cool Jenkins innovations. Share your story and you could be in the next Jenkins newsletter. View previous editions of Read more about Jenkins November 2022 Newsletter[…]

Jenkins Sponsor Appreciation

The Jenkins project would like to take a moment and share deep gratitude to our sponsors. Sponsorship of the Jenkins project is key to the maintenance and development of Jenkins. There are different ways in which our sponsor organizations support the Jenkins project, such as infrastructure, necessary development tools, funding, and providing mirrors to connect Read more about Jenkins Sponsor Appreciation[…]

Jenkins Elections Announcement

Hello all, voter registration and candidate nominations for the 2022 Jenkins elections are now complete. Thanks to everyone who registered to vote and to all those who submitted nominations. Special thanks to the candidates that have accepted the nominations. As in years past, when a particular role receives only one nomination, an election is not Read more about Jenkins Elections Announcement[…]

Hacktoberfest in Jenkins 2022

As November continues, we want to share some highlights from Hacktoberfest 2022! This year’s edition was incredibly busy with lots of interesting ideas, great work, new Jenkins contributors, and returning contributors. We want to thank all of the contributors and mentors for all of their hard work, as none of this would be possible without Read more about Hacktoberfest in Jenkins 2022[…]

Jenkins October 2022 Newsletter

October 2022 Welcome to the Jenkins Newsletter! This is a compilation of progress within the project, highlighted by Jenkins Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for the month of October. View previous editions of the Jenkins Newsletter here! Happy reading! Security Update One security advisory during October about plugins 28 impacted plugins 8 without fixes, as explained Read more about Jenkins October 2022 Newsletter[…]

Jenkins In Google Summer of Code 2022

The Jenkins project participated in Google Summer of Code 2022. Congratulations to all participants and we thank all participants for their contributions. Now that the event is over, this page contains an archive of the 2022 specific information. Projects All four projects have been successfully completed in 2022. You can find the project information on Read more about Jenkins In Google Summer of Code 2022[…]

Jenkins Board and Officer Elections 2022

We are excited to announce the 2022 Jenkins Governance Board elections! The nomination and voter registration period is now open. Nominations can be submitted for two governance board positions, and all five officer positions (Security, Events, Release, Infrastructure, and Documentation). Many thanks to Gavin Mogan and Ewelina Wilkosz for serving on the Jenkins Governance Board. Read more about Jenkins Board and Officer Elections 2022[…]

Jenkins September 2022 Newsletter

September 2022 Welcome to the Jenkins Newsletter! This is a compilation of progress within the project, highlighted by Jenkins Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for the month of September. Happy reading! Security Update Two security advisories during September with “special” nature for Jenkins core One was only impacting very specifically configured instance The other was only Read more about Jenkins September 2022 Newsletter[…]

Digital Ocean and Jenkins partnership continues to grow!

We are excited to announce that the relationship between DigitalOcean and Jenkins continues to grow! We want to thank DigitalOcean for providing such incredible support to the Jenkins project. DigitalOcean has provided a substantial donation of $18,000 to the Jenkins project. This is in addition to their previous sponsorship. Combining these, DigitalOcean has granted over Read more about Digital Ocean and Jenkins partnership continues to grow![…]

Create iOS Unity build pipelines on AWS with Jenkins and EC2 Mac instances

Create iOS Unity build pipelines on AWS with Jenkins and EC2 Mac instances Every mobile game, whether it is a multiplayer or standalone game, must build binaries. Developers of high budget, high profile AAA and AA games tend to lean towards managing a build farm, whereas independent developers (indies) may rely on local or third-party Read more about Create iOS Unity build pipelines on AWS with Jenkins and EC2 Mac instances[…]