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Would you be interested in this Python open source project?


You might just consider working with the BuildBot project to add support
for lighter weight build workers.
Re-Re-Re-inventing the wheel is almost always wasted effort.

On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 8:33 AM Rhodri James <rhodri at kynesim.co.uk> wrote:

> On 08/10/2019 11:22, Simon Connah wrote:
> > I'm posting this message as a way to gauge interest in the project and
> > to see if it is worth moving forward with. There are probably hundreds
> > of CI/CD tools out there and many more general devops tools but what I
> > want to build is a CI/CD tool that ONLY supports Python 3.6 or greater
> > and only runs on one Linux distribution (my preference is Ubuntu). This
> > way configuration would be much more simple than the vast majority of
> > devops tools which try to support every programming language that is
> > popular (or so it seems) on many different Linux distributions and even
> > Windows and macOS.
> >
> > My theory is that if you limit the devops tool to a very limited
> > subsection of the available options the system will be easier to
> > configure for users, more stable, easier to patch bugs in and generally
> > just be a better all around things for Python developers.
> >
> > I'd love to hear some feedback on the idea.
> >
>
> I think your reasoning is sound.  I probably wouldn't make a lot of use
> of it, but I live in Embedded Systems land where it's notoriously hard
> to do CI off the target silicon.  Other people living in more tractable
> problem spaces will probably be more enthusiastic.
>
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