|Re: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] 11-Aug AC meeting notes|
I'm in the same boat; sorry to miss the meeting.
On the topic of Eclipse build infrastructure, I'd note that the webmaster team has been fairly responsive to requests regarding LocationTech HIPP / Nexus concerns. Overall, that is working ok. Currently, GeoMesa is using the public Travis CI servers for GitHub commits and PRs. Those builds are slow; having dedicated Eclipse hardware would be awesome.
As a big stretch, having a cloud which would be used for integration tests would be nice, but that's likely too big an ask.
For Docker builds, would all the software included have to pass the Eclipse IP guidelines? It seems like some of the pieces of a standard Linux distribution in a Docker might be GPL. If we can have that in a Docker image, I'd like to ship a Docker with GeoServer in it...
On 08/11/2016 12:39 PM, Martin Lippert wrote:
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