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17:00:36 <djmitche> #topic Introduction
17:00:38 <djmitche> anyone else around?
17:00:43 <djmitche> http://bit.ly/2rup31x
17:01:03 <djmitche> ground rules: this is a 30-minute meeting with the above agenda.  Anyone is welcome to participate.
17:01:11 <tardyp> hi!
17:02:21 <djmitche> hi!
17:02:27 <djmitche> I guess it's you and me
17:02:41 <djmitche> #topic Week in Review
17:03:39 <djmitche> ^^ what's new?
17:03:44 <tardyp> I am terribly late on the reviews
17:04:06 <tardyp> there are a few minors PRs that entered last week, but a few bigger one that need more love
17:04:16 <tardyp> thanksfully p12tic has made a first round of review
17:04:30 <tardyp> the biggest one is GCPLatentWorker
17:04:35 <djmitche> oo, cool
17:04:42 <tardyp> https://github.com/buildbot/buildbot/pull/4663
17:04:48 <djmitche> #info lots of PRs in flight
17:05:01 <djmitche> #info GCP latent worker support is among them
17:05:27 <tardyp> sylvain joyeux also sent a few more which look promising
17:05:52 <tardyp> I also had some private email from another person wanting to contribute for buildbot_travis.
17:06:12 <tardyp> but his company has a 3month legal process to start throwing code out
17:06:17 <tardyp> so that one won't be easy :)
17:06:34 <tardyp> the fun of corporates..
17:06:37 <djmitche> ugh, yeah
17:06:42 <djmitche> "Mozilla is Hiring"
17:06:49 <djmitche> just saying :)
17:07:12 <djmitche> so we have HDF, GCP billing, and GSoC on the agenda
17:07:20 <djmitche> is there anything to address for any of those?
17:08:07 <tardyp> I think those subjects are stalled :-(
17:08:23 <tardyp> on GSoC, there is a bit of activity in macport
17:08:44 <tardyp> which have one project involving building a buildbot plugin for them
17:08:51 <djmitche> oh, that's cool
17:09:00 <djmitche> would they be mentoring that, or BB?
17:09:01 <tardyp> but on our side, not a whole lot of activity unfortunately
17:09:17 <tardyp> they will be, and I said I'll help for the js parts
17:10:13 <djmitche> awesome
17:10:43 <djmitche> I'm curious if there's been an uptick in interest after the layoffs at travis?
17:11:28 <tardyp> I think that guy has been using it for a while already
17:12:02 <djmitche> ah
17:12:06 <djmitche> ok
17:12:12 <djmitche> well, any other business or shall I close up?
17:12:27 <tardyp> There is also this Continuous Delivery Foundation which is just created for Jenkins
17:12:55 <tardyp> I am not sure exactly the reasoning behind this and travis
17:13:21 <tardyp> perhaps the CI business is being bubbled
17:13:43 <djmitche> heh
17:13:46 <tardyp> JenkinsX not in a very good state
17:13:57 <tardyp> gitlab-CI is gaining a lot of momentum
17:14:09 <tardyp> Buildbot is continuing steadily
17:14:37 <djmitche> I think gitlab-ci might be the thing that keeps gitlab itself on the map
17:14:45 <djmitche> github's response (actions) is kinda lame
17:15:00 <tardyp> indeed
17:16:07 <djmitche> #endmeeting