From: Vladimir Batov (Vladimir.Batov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-01-28 20:36:00
Vinnie, thank you for your promptly reply and explanations. Much
appreciated. So, the answer is a gentle and "non-forcing" yes. :-) ...
and it seems people are aware of the development. Will merge then. Tnx
On 29/1/21 6:55 am, Vinnie Falco wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2021 at 11:27 AM Vladimir Batov via Boost
> <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> I have not heard of Drone and have not seen any discussion wrt
>> integrating it into Boost. Any suggestions, clarifications if the
>> request should be merged? Tnx.
> Well, that's up to every author. No one is forcing libraries to use
> the C++ Alliance Drone CI instance. And if you do accept the pull
> request, there is no requirement to stop using your other CI
> integrations. In other words there is only benefit, with no cost
> (except that if you decide you no longer want the integration, you
> have to revert the commit).
> The C++ Alliance as part of its mission to contribute to the health of
> C++ through open source, has undertaken a project to build its own
> hosted CI system as an alternative to Travis which is longer usable
> for Boost in a practical sense. The benefit of our solution is we can
> scale up the hardware and make sure it is dedicated only to Boost. It
> doesn't have to be exclusive - we are also working on submitting
> Github Actions integrations for all Boost repositories.
> Sam Darwin can answer specific questions, he is in charge of the integration.
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