Nominate Someone – 2024 Jenkins Contributor Awards

Jenkins Contributor Awards for 2024 are being run by the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) along with many other CDF Community Awards. The nominations are open and are being accepted using GitHub issues to make the process transparent. Any contributor is eligible! The deadline to nominate someone is February 19, 2024. Voting will open on February Read more about Nominate Someone – 2024 Jenkins Contributor Awards[…]

Jenkins 2023 Recap

Contributed by: Wadeck Follonier The Jenkins Security team has multiple missions, with the most visible to users being the publication of advisories. In 2023, the team published 17 advisories: 4 included Jenkins core, and 13 were solely about plugins. In total, 211 vulnerabilities were announced. In terms of reporting trends, we have seen an increase Read more about Jenkins 2023 Recap[…]

2024 Jenkins Contributor Summit – Update

The Jenkins Contributor Summit, being held in Brussels on February 2nd, is now quickly approaching. We are looking forward to meeting you. If you plan to join us and didn’t let us know yet, don’t forget to register by dropping us a note. The list of registered attendees can be found in this document: Contributor Read more about 2024 Jenkins Contributor Summit – Update[…]

Jenkins November 2023 Newsletter

Key Takeaways Basil Crow joins the Jenkins Governance Board. A Jenkins Contributor Summit will be held prior to FOSDEM. The Contributor Spotlight site is now live. Contributed by: Mark Waite Basil Crow joins the Jenkins governance board in December 2023. He’ll serve for a two-year term. Thanks to Basil for his willingness to serve. More Read more about Jenkins November 2023 Newsletter[…]

Log from Jenkins Jobs to GitHub Pull Requests as Checks

You have a GitHub repo and a Jenkins server. The Jenkins server has jobs for running unit tests, computing code coverages, and executing static analyses. Every time someone opens a PR to your repo, you ask them to run those jobs, take screenshots of the results, and paste these screenshots to the PR description as Read more about Log from Jenkins Jobs to GitHub Pull Requests as Checks[…]

Welcome Basil Crow – new Jenkins Governance Board member

We would like to announce changes in the Jenkins Governance Board. There has been no election this year, because there was only one candidate per seat. Please welcome Basil Crow! At the same time, Oleg Nenashev retires from the board. We would like to thank Oleg for his contributions to the Jenkins project and the Read more about Welcome Basil Crow – new Jenkins Governance Board member[…]

Introducing the Jenkins Contributor Spotlight

The Jenkins project has evolved constantly over the years, thanks to the tireless efforts of the Jenkins community. There are numerous contributors that work behind the scenes to ensure that Jenkins is functioning and staying on the cutting edge, in addition to being voices within the community and advocating for Jenkins. It is with this Read more about Introducing the Jenkins Contributor Spotlight[…]

Jenkins Contributor Summit in Brussels

We are happy to announce that we will hold a Jenkins Contributor Summit in Brussels prior to FOSDEM. FOSDEM is a free event for software developers to meet, share ideas, and collaborate. Every year, thousands of developers of free and open-source software from all over the world gather at the event in Brussels. For the Read more about Jenkins Contributor Summit in Brussels[…]

Jenkins October 2023 Newsletter

Key Takeaways JDK21 is available on the infrastructure and in official Docker images too. 💥Breaking change: set Java 17 as default for LTS. Prototype has been removed as of weekly 2.426 Contributed by: Wadeck Follonier Core security advisory published on October 18 Includes an essential Jetty update that provided multiple fixes. Plugin security advisory Read more about Jenkins October 2023 Newsletter[…]

Back of the Napkin Guide to Updating Jenkins, for the uninitiated

. Prologue Here’s a brief account of my journey to update my Jenkins Servers. Think of this as a “back of the napkin” guide that I used to research and upgrade my Jenkins Servers, which had been left unattended for far too long. I know many of you are seasoned experts – I wasn’t. I’ve Read more about Back of the Napkin Guide to Updating Jenkins, for the uninitiated[…]