Though we have some kinks to work out (the build is apparently broken according to CCNET), I am particularly happy about getting this up and running. As a distributed open source project, it is part of our master plan to follow agile development practices that are well suited to building Subtext. Continuous integration is particularly important for us since we are in different time zones and locations.
The CCNet server is running on Windows 2003 within a VMWare Virtual Server on my old development workstation. That makes our build server very portable should we decide to host it elsewhere someday.
Once we get the kinks worked out, you can download the CCTray system tray applet and keep tabs on the development of Subtext. You’ll know exactly who and when someone breaks the build. How is that for open source?
To get CCTray to work, make sure your firewall allows TCP traffic over port 21234. Then add the server build.subtextproject.com:21234.
Though for now, let’s be adults and keep the teasing to a minimum. I apparently broke the build, but I am betting it is a configuration issue with moving the virtual server from Italy to Los Angeles. Ciao!