I think Travis already does most of this. You just a skeleton yml file and
insert the port name as an env var

On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 13:52 Mojca Miklavec <mo...@macports.org> wrote:

> Dear Umesh,
>
> In case we would get any good students in that area, I would be
> grateful if someone would work on improving buildbot core & front-end
> in close collaboration with mentors directly from buildbot.
>
> I added this one idea on the list, but it needs some polishing:
>     https://trac.macports.org/wiki/SummerOfCode#Buildbotideas
>
> However, in order to attract potential students, we would likely need
> to add a few suitable keywords to our "description", like perhaps
> "frontend". But we would also need to make it easier for such students
> who end up on our site to actually spot such projects without browsing
> through the full list.
>
> Buildbot participated in GSOC before, but did not apply this year.
> They would be willing to mentor and we really need some features
> implemented if we want to go for buildbot 1.0 setup one day. (That
> said, I would find it ok even if some project from buildbot mentorship
> is not strictly macports-oriented.)
>
>
> Another project we could put on the list would be figuring out how to
> start clean VMs for each build, but that might be tricky and the
> student would need to be able to figure that out on his own.
> Apparently buildbot supports that for Linux.
>
> Mojca
>

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