Hi James,

I have added the Nuage CI system to the list; I also took the liberty
to reorder alphabetically the list


On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 11:23 AM, James E. Blair <cor...@inaugust.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> We've updated the registration requirements for third-party CI systems
> here:
>   http://ci.openstack.org/third_party.html
> We now have 86 third-party CI systems registered and have undertaken an
> effort to make things more user-friendly for the developers who interact
> with them.  There are two important changes to be aware of:
> 1) We now generally name third-party systems in a descriptive manner
> including the company and product they are testing.  We have renamed
> currently-operating CI systems to match these standards to the best of
> our abilities.  Some of them ended up with particularly bad names (like
> "Unknown Function...").  If your system is one of these, please join us
> in #openstack-infra on Freenode to establish a more descriptive name.
> 2) We have established a standard wiki page template to supply a
> description of the system, what is tested, and contact information for
> each system.  See https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ThirdPartySystems for
> an index of such pages and instructions for creating them.  Each
> third-party CI system will have its own page in the wiki and it must
> include a link to that page in every comment that it leaves in Gerrit.
> If you operate a third-party CI system, please ensure that you register
> a wiki page and update your system to link to it in every new Gerrit
> comment by the end of August.  Beginning in September, we will disable
> systems that have not been updated.
> Thanks,
> Jim
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