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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 38

by the OBS Team posted on 23rd May 2018

Summer arrived in Germany and the openSUSE Conference is knocking on the door, but we are still busy hacking and improving OBS. Keep on reading if you want to know more what we did the last two weeks (2018-05-07 to 2018-05-18). Features :cloud: Microsoft Azure is our new addition :cloud: After supporting Amazon EC2 uploads since a while we are happy to announce that we now also added Microsoft Azure to our list :cloud:. This...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 37

by the OBS Team posted on 4th May 2018

People of the Builds! Another Sprint is over and here is what the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2018-04-16 to 2018-05-04). Features Bundle gems service Packaging Ruby (on Rails) projects can be tiresome as you often end up in packaging hundreds of dependencies. In OBS:Server:Unstable there are currently 201 rubygem packages out of 293 packages in total. Too many for our taste :cry: Not only we were tired of packaging...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 36

by the OBS Team posted on 18th Apr 2018

People of the Builds! Another Sprint is over and here is what the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2018-04-02 to 2018-04-13). Features Another pack of new features have been developed. They are cool! Protect your eyes and have a look. :sunglasses: Live Build Log Tired of scrolling up and down the page to know the status of a live build log? OBS comes to the rescue with this PR #4816...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 35

by the OBS Team posted on 5th Apr 2018

Have you already discovered all the hidden Easter eggs :rabbit: in build.opensuse.org? If not, don’t worry and keep on reading our latest sprint report (2018-03-19 to 2018-03-29) and we will show you :egg:. Features Diffing of superseded requests OBS makes it tremendously easy to fix bugs in packages and submit it back to the distribution :muscle:. However, to get it back into the distribution, your submit request needs to pass the openSUSE review team. Often...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 34

by the OBS Team posted on 22nd Mar 2018

People of the Builds! Another Sprint is over and here is what the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2018-03-05 to 2018-03-16). Features Allow local users in LDAP mode When we released the official support for LDAP in OBS 2.8 (back in Sprint 22) we decided to not allow local users when LDAP mode is enabled. Since this broke workflows and setups of various customers who rely on that because they...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 33

by OBS frontend team posted on 7th Mar 2018

Another Sprint is over and here is what the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2018-02-19 to 2018-03-02). Features EC2 Cloud upload The last few sprint reports we already showed our efforts to implement a cloud upload feature. This sprint a lot of changes have been made to the EC2 cloud uplod. :fireworks: First of all, we improved the list of jobs for uploading to the cloud and now we also...

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Release of EC2 Cloud Upload feature

by OBS frontend team posted on 1st Mar 2018

We just released the new EC2 cloud upload feature that allows you to upload your EC2 images to Amazon Web Services (AWS) from OBS. :tada: How does it work? In the package view of an image (your own or any other you find in OBS), you can check if it was successfully built: Once it is built, you can click the image link in the package view, which will take you to the binaries page:...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 32 (X-mas Sprint)

by OBS frontend team posted on 20th Feb 2018

People of the Builds! And another Sprint is over and here is what the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2018-02-05 to 2018-02-16). Ruby 2.5 As every year, we got a new Ruby release for Christmas! :christmas_tree: So, even if it is always Christmas in the OBS team, the holidays are already over and it was time to unwrap the present and move to Ruby 2.5. As you can see in...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 31

by OBS frontend team posted on 12th Feb 2018

People of the Builds! Our last Sprint (2018-01-22 to 2018-02-02) report comes a little bit late, as our email notifications :see_no_evil:, but it is finally here! :tada: OBS 2.9 Beta 1 OBS 2.9 Beta 1 got released! :tada: We are happy to announce the first beta release of the upcoming Open Build Service (OBS) version 2.9. There have been many changes since our last major release: Highlights include the Studio Express features, an improved workflow...

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RabbitMQ Integration

by the OBS Team posted on 12th Feb 2018

The upcoming release of OBS 2.9 will allow you to integrate your RabbitMQ server with OBS’s internal events system. How does it work? OBS has an internal events publishing system which keeps tracks of all kinds of events from the posting of a comment by a user to package build failures. They are all published using the same API where each event has a payload field which is a json field that will contain different...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 30

by the OBS Team posted on 19th Jan 2018

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2018-01-08 to 2018-01-19). Features Cloud upload As you already know from our last sprint report, we are working on a way to allow users to upload their images to external cloud providers like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. The missing part to get a fully working upload feature for Amazon EC2 was to glue together the frontend and backend...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 29

by the OBS Team posted on 22nd Dec 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-12-11 to 2017-12-21). Features Allow users to show the full diff of large diffs The user will see now a message if there are diffs, between versions of a file, which are truncated because they are very large. If this is the case, they have the option to load the full diff. That was done in the pull request PR#4262....

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Frontend Team's 2017

by Henne Vogelsang posted on 20th Dec 2017

The year is coming to an end, all the 🎁 lie under the 🎄 and the 🍾 is already cold for 🎆. Being the good agile folks that we are, we think this is the perfect time to reflect on 2017. On all the code, the bugs and fixes, features and refactorings, the tunes and adjustments we have introduced to our code base, process and tool belt. Not only to trace the steps of our...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 28

by the OBS Team posted on 14th Dec 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-11-27 to 2017-12-08). Features Cloud uploads We started to look into how we could provide an image upload functionality that would allow you to upload your image to a cloud. The cloud platforms we are planning to support are Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and SUSE OpenStack Cloud. As a first start we have been researching how the authentication and upload...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 27

by the OBS Team posted on 23rd Nov 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-10-23 to 2017-11-09). Features Improve UI/UX of notifications configuration page We have improved the layout, grouping and the explanations in the notifications page. Now it is more clear and understandable. Take a look at the screenshoots: Top part Bottom part Releases Propose a way to structure image templates better Some month ago we announced the release of the OBS image...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development - Sprint 26

by the OBS Team posted on 30th Oct 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-10-09 to 2017-10-20). Features Notifications for projects in watchlist Users can now receive notifications for projects which are in their watchlists. Users can configure their accounts to only receive certain kinds of notifications for watchlisted projects. To configure these notifications go to /user/notifications and select “instant_email” from the dropdowns labelled “watcher”, “source_watcher” or “target_watcher”. Source/target watcher notifications are for ones...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development sprint - Sprint 25

by the OBS Team posted on 9th Oct 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last three weeks (2017-09-19 to 2017-10-06). Features Kiwi Editor - Repository Type, support autocompletion for binary packages and more We only allow apt-deb and rpm-md as repo_type because these repository types are the only ones allowed in the open build service context. When you will importing your kiwi file to the Kiwi Editor, this will replace any invalid repo_type value by rpm-md. Take...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 24

by the OBS Team posted on 19th Sep 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-09-04 to 2017-09-18). Features Implement group request page We have several different ways to view submit and review requests in the web interface, e.g. on the user or project pages. However, some users are members of several different groups, which makes their user page quite crowded. Therefore it was requested by the openSUSE review team to have a dedicated page...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 23

by the OBS Team posted on 4th Sep 2017

OBS 2.8.3 Release We have pushed out version 2.8.3. Check out the announcement about all the cool new things we rolled into our stable release and download it. Features Drop editing LDAP user accounts If the administrator activated the LDAP mode, it should no longer be possible to edit the user's realname, email address, and password. Have a look into the next PR's: PR#3653 PR#3661 PR#3671 Kiwi image editor We are still improving the Kiwi...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development sprint - Sprint 22

by the OBS Team posted on 18th Aug 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-08-07 to 2017-08-18). Features LDAP support for our 2.8 release LDAP authentication support has been backported to OBS 2.8. This includes more test coverage and some improvements to the authentication logic in order to be able to officially support LDAP. Kiwi image editor We have extended the functionality of the Kiwi image editor. In the repository section, we also support...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 21

by the OBS Team posted on 7th Aug 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-07-24 to 2017-08-04). Features Kiwi Editor In this sprint, we did a lot of work related to KIWI Editor. We added more functionality to the Kiwi image editor. Now the package list can be edited together with the repositories. We also improved the KIWI editor interface, mimicking SUSE Studio, so now it's easier to add, edit and delete repositories and...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 20

by the OBS Team posted on 24th Jul 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-07-10 to 2017-07-21). openQA Some of you already know openQA, the automated test tool for operating systems and the engine at the heart of openSUSE's automated testing initiative. As we also release a full appliance of the Open Build Service, we started to use openQA to test these images last year. Using openQA was a great addition to our quality...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 19

by the OBS Team posted on 10th Jul 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-06-26 to 2017-07-07). Releases Release of OBS 2.8.2 We released another version of our OBS stable release, which fixes a bug that could cause trigger rebuild, wipe binaries and abort build commands to operate on linked projects. Features KIWI repositories editor We have been working on this feature for a while and now finished the first step. The KIWI repository...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 18

by the OBS Team posted on 26th Jun 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-05-12 to 2017-06-23). Migrating tests to RSpec We continued moving tests to our new RSpec based test suite. This sprint we've migrated: UpdateBackendInfos job spec PR#3234 Bugs Crash on Build Reason Page Bugfix: The build reason page crashed if there was only one package that got changed. Improvements Save a repository with an illegal name error When saving a meta...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 17

by the OBS Team posted on 12th Jun 2017

We are back! Since we were preparing for OSC17 we had a little break and suspended our SCRUM sprint for one week. Now we are back! And this is what we have accomplished in sprint 17 (2017-05-29 to 2017-06-09). Deployments It's been a month now, since we started to deploy the rails frontend more frequently. On some days we now deploy multiple times a day. Since this is quite different from what we did before...

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Frontend dev-team sprint report – Sprint 16

by the OBS Team posted on 19th May 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend developer team has achieved in the last 2 weeks (2017-05-08 to 2017-05-19). OBS 2.8.1 Release We have pushed out version 2.8.1. You probably have already installed this new release last week right? If not check out the announcement about all the cool new things we rolled into our stable release and download it. Maintenance Let's start off with the maintenance tasks we did on our code base. Migrating...

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Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 15

by Henne Vogelsang, Björn Geuken posted on 5th May 2017

This is the first in a series of posts in which the frontend hackers want to report to the OBS community about the progress they have made developing the web user interface and the API of the OBS. You can expect these posts to come in roughly every 2 weeks, and we very much hope you enjoy them! But first things first, let us introduce how we are getting to these results. Our process: SCRUM...

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