Re: New website layout

El mar, 22-07-2008 a las 11:40 +0100, John Carr escribió:
>         I have pushed what I have so far to
>         bzr branch
>         You should be able to browse the history there too. Some of
>         this is more hardcoded that it should be, but you should be
>         able to get a feel for the new approach that the buildbot
>         people suggested. This branch is very close to solving the
>         following two goals:
>          * Upgrade to 0.7.7
>          * Only use 2 ports (right now: 9070 for build slaves, 8080
>         for http)

I've installed and played with it a little bit. It works pretty good
overall, great job John! :)

Some minor issues I found:

* configuration is mixed with python code, i would like to have a
separate config file to specify ports, slave names and passwords etc,
like the old multimaster.cfg/multislave.cfg files.

* In the home page there is no reference to the current moduleset being
built, if you check b.g.o you'll find that information at the top-left
part of the home page.

* In the home page at b.g.o we have an ellipsize of the module name to
avoid these meta-veeeeery-loooooooooong-module-names to wreck the view.
This is missing now in your version.

* I guess this is due to the upgrade to buildbot 0.7.7, in buildbot
0.7.5 in the waterfall view of a particular project one could click on
the builder name to access and admin page where you could force builds.
This seems to be missing now. I guess there should be another way to do
this in buildbot 0.7.7 because this was an interesting feature...

Other than this it works very well. I also tested the feeds and the code
coverage and they work fine.

I hope I can test how this works with more than one slave attached
during next week.

PD: I like the icon/image you added to the header, we wondered what we
should put there when we created the home page :)


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