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Re: [] Supporting GitHub Actions / GitHub repositories


Apart from not having access to OSSRH, SSH and GPG keys I don't see any issues with using GitHub Actions for Eclipse projects. I don't think there is anything the EMO has to do in order for it to work just fine.

Maybe there is a way we could use "self-hosted runners" when keys etc. are required?

Best regards,

> 4. des. 2019 kl. 12:34 skrev Jens Reimann <jreimann@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi everyone,
> with the GA of GitHub Actions and GitHub repositories, it is possible to get a bit more CPU/RAM with GitHub Action than with Travis. And of course it nicely integrates with GitHub.
> GitHub actions also allow you to attach custom compute resources for your build. Which might be interesting for some people.
> With GitHub repositories it is possible to host Docker, NPM, Maven, … directly alongside the GitHub repository.
> Taking a look at what the Eclipse Foundation supports [1], I was able to find Travis (supported), CricleCi (not supported).
> I think it would be nice to have a general "ok" (also on the Wiki Page) on using GitHub Actions and the repository system, in addition to Travis and our own infrastructure.
> Let me know what you think.
> Cheers
> Jens
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