Le mar. 20 sept. 2016 à 06:23, Ryan Schmidt <build...@ryandesign.com> a
écrit :

> > On Sep 14, 2016, at 4:36 PM, Pierre Tardy <tar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hi Ryan
> >
> > nine.buildbot.net has indeed been a mess as we weren't really using it
> for something real
> FYI it's currently displaying a "502 Bad Gateway" error.
Yes, we currently have a downtime of our infra, sorry about that.

> That's an interesting idea but probably doesn't fit our current and
> planned Buildbot usage.

Can you share a link to your current bot, so that I can better understand
your usage?

> Since it sounds like nine.buildbot.net is not representative of what
> Buildbot 0.9 actually looks like, are there any public production Buildbot
> 0.9 installations that I can look at?

Most of the installs I know of are actually private (or using

> > The migration guide is hosted within the documentation and is pointed to
> at the first paragraph of the release note:
> >
> http://buildbot.readthedocs.io/en/latest/manual/installation/nine-upgrade.html#upgrading-to-nine
> >
> > I would suggest to try to do the migration for your master.cfg and see
> how it feels for you own setup.
> I currently don't have time to do that. Are there at least any screenshots
> showing off typical versions of the various Buildbot 0.9 screens? Even
> better would be a set of before-and-after screenshots showing how the
> various Buildbot 0.8 screens look now in 0.9.

Unfortunately, there is no such thing of a typical installation of buildbot
nine. Being a CI framework, people are really using it in very different

There is this "typical" post-commit, mono-project usage that 0.8 console
view dashboard is very good at.

I have to admit that indeed the 0.9 console view is not as good as the 0.8.
nine console view was developed by a gsoc student, and did not get many
contribution since that. Despite the student was very talented, it has not
been driven and improved by people actually using it day to day.

I dont know if this is because buildbot nine users are not using it, and/or
buildbot eight users are happy enough with eight and dont see the ROI of
upgrading (like it seems to be your case).

I would be very happy to accept any contribution that would improve the
state console_view, please remember that Buildbot project is entirely
driven by voluntary people, and our roadmap is dependent on what people are
happy to work on.

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