travis build env switched to xenial
dan.cermak at posteo.net
Thu Mar 7 01:11:24 PST 2019
Brian May <brian at linuxpenguins.xyz> writes:
> David Bremner <david at tethera.net> writes:
>> Those of you about to tell me how much better FreedomAvocadoCI  is
>> : Not (yet) a real product/project.
> I don't know of any existing solution that actually advocates freedom
There is for instance GitLab CI, although their "main" product
(gitlab.com) is proprietary.
A fully open source "forge" (= something like gitlab, github, etc) with
an integrated CI is https://sourcehut.org/. It is currently still in
development but already provides a number of different build
Not sure if it can be triggered by webhooks, but the main developer
(Drew DeVault) is quite responsive, so it probably can be integrated
into notmuch's development environment.
> However the following solutions seem to have really good reviews.
> * https://buildkite.com/ - need to provide your own machines for agents.
> * https://circleci.com/ - uses own cloud providers.
> Both these solutions - like Travis - are free for open source.
> There is also https://semaphoreci.com/ - it does things a bit
> differently - the workflow is configured through a website. I think I
> prefer circleci.
> Brian May <brian at linuxpenguins.xyz>
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