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CruiseControl 2.7.1 Final Release

September 4th, 2007

The final release for CruiseControl 2.7.1 has been posted to SourceForge.

Download the new release here.

Some cool things in this release include:

* Upgraded Ant bundled with CruiseControl to 1.7.0.
* RPM / Debian packager updated to include most features from the binary
* Dashboard displays artifacts in a tree structure.
* CC-config project is now included as a link in the dashboard to use
for configuring CruiseControl.
* Basic integration mechanism for project management tools (e.g. Mingle,
* Dashboard bug fixes.
* AllFusion Harvest plugin switch to SDK instead of command line.
* New CompoundPublisher to create groups of publishers.
* TFS support with sourcecontrol and bootstrapper.

The complete release notes are at here.

Thanks to everyone that helped make this release a success.

* Allan Wick
* Barrett Nuzum
* Bill Wohler
* Brian Egge
* Dan Fabulich
* Dave Kilroy
* Gisbert Amm
* Ilkka Laukkanen
* Ingo Richter
* Jason R. Hull
* Jeff Jensen
* Jerome Lacoste
* Joseph Benavidez
* Lars Gehrken
* Martin Woodward
* Maxim Butov
* Nayan Hajratwala
* Nicolas Ternisien
* Paul Heaberlin
* Ram Singaram
* Robert Thornburrow
* Robert Watkins (committer emeritus)
* Szczepan Faber
* Tim Brown
* Willem Verstraeten

CruiseControl Committers
* Jason Yip
* Jeffrey Fredrick
* Hack Kampbjørn
* Dan Rollo

And the CruiseControl Enterprise Team:
* Chad Wathington
* Chris Read
* Chris Turner
* Cyndi Mitchell
* Erik Doernenburg
* Hu Kai
* Jayne Barnes
* Jenny Wong
* Jez Humble
* Jon Tirsen
* Li Guanglei
* Li Mo
* Tom Sulston
* Wang Xiaoming
* Yuan Yingjie

CITCON Asia-Pacific 2008 Location Announced

September 3rd, 2007

CITCON Asia-Pacific is schedule for June 20 & 21, 2008 in Melbourne, Australia.

CITCON, the Continuous Integration and Testing Conference, is a world-wide series of free Open Spaces events for developer-testers, tester-developers and anyone else with an interest in Continuous Integration and the type of Testing that goes along with it.
See the website for more details.

We’ll be seeking volunteers to help make the conference a success. See the volunteer page for more detail.

And, of course, we will be looking for sponsors to make the conference possible. If you know a company interested in sponsoring, please let us know.

Thanks! We hope to see a lot of you in Melbourne.