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Retire jenkins.imagej.net #178
Our faithful Jenkins server has served us well for several years. However, Jenkins is a complex piece of software with many security concerns and nuances. LOCI is making a concerted effort to reduce the number and complexity of services it runs, in favor of community- and cloud-based services whenever possible. E.g., rather than hosting the ImageJ source code in SCM on the LOCI server rack, all code is hosted here on GitHub. This is superior in pretty much every way, especially for community-oriented collaboration and development.
For continuous integration, the cloud-based services Travis CI (for Linux and macOS) and AppVeyor (for Windows) are freely available for OSS projects, and have become very popular and reliable. As such, the time of the ImageJ Jenkins draws to a close. This issue describes the work that needs to be done to fully migrate away from Jenkins in favor of Travis and Appyveyor for all ImageJ-related CI tasks.
Indeed, we can have a nightly Travis cron attached to