Posted by fthamura
on March 18, 2011 at 5:50 PM PDT
Continous Integration is important, will Java.net become the platform for this?
I like the "subproject" and JIRA, which now inside Java.net ( I am not using kenai.com since it launched, sorry Sun).
I prefer blog here, honestly this is not my main blog, my main blog at www.jroller.com/fthamura
, Felipe asked me, to blog here, sad he has gone... I do it now, felipe..
u can see several feature that important in Java.net, before we think this java.net can become ur play ground for continous integration.. wishing hudson also in java.net features.. because I know, oracle love "#1" word, all must be "#1", 2 agenda inside oracle, the #1 in community relationship, and make #1 java.net as the best dev platform, or #1 free continous integration platform. huhu... will it?
ok, let see this feature, which u cannot get in java.net, all hosted my cimande project.
1. SF.net's View Repository
the view source code is flat, but there is,
b. there is screen shot repository, so we can add screen short of our work.
bad of SF.net
none.. a lot of features.. he have ideastorm. but why dont have subproject? wishing this feature in SF.net
2. Github.. https://github.com/blueoxygen/cimande
IT has buildin AJAX based source code viewwer, and last trunk download,
a lot of feature u must pay
3. Google Code http://code.google.com/p/cimande/source/browse/
This is my google code.
simple, easy to register, but strange no community develop mobile version of google code , like for android, so we can monitor our wok in mobile, like JIRAClient like issue management,