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  1. Forked from adoptium/infrastructure

    This repo contains all information about machine maintenance

    Shell 1

  2. Forked from adoptium/temurin-build

    AdoptOpenJDK community common OpenJDK build scripts

    Shell 1 2

  3. nodebuild Public

    Forked from nodejs/build

    Better build and test infra for Node.

    Shell 1

  4. node Public

    Forked from nodejs/node

    Future Node.js releases will be from this repo.

    JavaScript 1

  5. qinstall Public

    Tool for making it easy and fast to install software over a networked drive on your intranet

    Shell 1

  6. ansible role for downloading and installing from source tarballs on UNIX platforms


1,663 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

December 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in adoptium/ci-jenkins-pipelines that received 6 comments

Build in docker on Linux/ppc64le for supported releases

Switching to docker-based builds on Linux/ppc64le for compatibility with x64 and Arm builds in order to help build system isolation Signed-off-by: …

+6 −6 6 comments
Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
adoptium/infrastructure 1 merged
adoptium/temurin-build 1 open

Created an issue in nodejs/build that received 9 comments

Migrate *-joyent machines to new Equinix system. OUTAGE required on 8th December

Spinning this out of #3104 since the existing machines are currently back online temporarily. In February 2021 some of our systems were migrated to…

1 contribution in private repositories Dec 2

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