Talking for log4net, yes. We use Gump.
Bringing up the discussion again. Is it possible to publish nightly builds
using gump? It has been requested several times and it would be a lot easier
than setting up/migrate to a second build system.
>Von: Stefan Bodewig [mailto:bode...@apache.org]
>Gesendet: Montag, 24. Juni 2013 15:21
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>Betreff: Your Gump Build(s)
>Apache Gump builds some of your projects and it is quite possible you
>don't know or have by now forgotten about it.
>More than half a year ago a technical problem has forced us to turn off
>emails on build failures as we would have been sending out lots of false
>Before we re-enable emails we'd like to know whether you are still
>interested in the service Gump provides, so please tell us. :-)
>Metadata for many projects have been neglected for a long time and it is
>quite possible they'd need some love for results to be meaningful. All
>Apache committers have write access to Gump's metadata.
>In case you don't know what this Gump stuff is about:
>Apache Gump builds the full stack of the latest commits of software in
>order to ensure integrity over releases. Build failures surface API
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