Since a couple of weeks ago the resolving of our hostnames and domains
is handled via services of dnsimple. They are kindly enough to sponsor
the taskwarrior project. We will not only profit from the developer
friendly management console but in particular from the powerful API
to handle our DNS tasks when we move towards our new CI system flod2.
Please check them out under dnsimple.com.
Flod2 is now being rolled out for testing. This is a CI system
rewrite that eliminates build server daemons and the pull model.
This will allow greater use of virtual machines, and more
automation. For example, we will now be able to automatically
generate coverage reports and snapshot tarballs, based on
Tasksh 1.1.0 released, Anomaly 1.1.0 released.
Flod2 is a major update that greatly improves speed and reliability
of the CI system. It is working well, and will be rolled out in
October, with new features and greater automation.
Tasksh 1.1.0 is release, with an interactive review feature, ability
to execute shell commands, and bug fixes.
This release is a recommended upgrade.
Here is a quick demo of the review feature:
August saw a lot of documentation updates and preparation for the
release of Timewarrior 1.0.0 and FrOSCon 2016. Focus then shifted
to finishing up Tasksh 1.1.0 work.
Photo: Sujeevan Vijayakumaran
Materials presented by Dirk Deimeke at
FrOSCon 2016 are now online, as promised:
Timewarrior 1.0.0 is released. Timewarrior tracks your time from
the command line, and generates reports. Your data is stored locally
in clear text. Integrates with Taskwarrior.