Posted by kohsuke
on June 17, 2007 at 2:41 PM PDT
Java.net recently posted an article called "Top 50: Interview with Kohsuke Kawaguchi of the Hudson Project."
Java.net recently posted an article called "Top 50: Interview with Kohsuke Kawaguchi of the Hudson Project" . I always enjoy doing this kind of things, because I can really say anything I want. If you enjoy reading it, you might like my previous one , too.
Hudson apparently continues to gain more traction. In the May 2007 top project ranking at java.net , It's ranked at #7 in mail traffic and cvs commits. Here's what the rest of the world is saying about Hudson:
Whenever I install or upgrade Hudson, the easy-to-use, Java-based continuous integration server, I am positively surprised how quitely and effectively new features are added and implemented.
結論から先にいうと、現状の Apache Continuum では話にならない。Hudson の圧勝である。
I really like the unit test report that is generated.
Also look at recent blog entry by Elliotte Rusty Harold , and in particular what people are saying about Hudson in its comment section. Elliotte then posted a few e-mails and filed issues against Hudson, so I hope he's now a Hudson user.
I continue to make a lot of changes in Hudson. I do have a few things that are worth blogging about (like how it handles both form-based authentication for browsers and HTTP basic authentication for scripted clients, or how it generates schema on the fly for its remote API), so stay tuned for future episodes.