Thanks for  reaching out , Dave. I hadn't realized that had the full gitlab CI hooked up to it. Are there any resource issues? There are a lot of projects hosted there.

That said, are there sufficient resources there if we start running a pipeline?

Robert P. Goldman

On October 14, 2020 at 07:21:44, Dave Cooper ( wrote:

Dear Robert,

Are you sure you want to use Jenkins? Gitlab has built-in CI. And the CLF has acquired Allegro CL licenses for a ASDF testing (graciously donated by Franz Inc), and we have a to-do item to attempt the same for LispWorks.  If you’re willing, we would like to help set up ASDF testing pipelines as part of infrastructure.

If you have reasons of your own to set up a Jenkins setup and could use access to Allegro and maybe Lispworks licenses for that purpose, please reach out regarding that as well. I am not sure about any Jenkins experience among clf or volunteers, however.

Please advise,


On Tue, Oct 13, 2020 at 11:06 PM Robert Goldman <> wrote:

Does anyone have expertise configuring Jenkins to run against a remote Gitlab install?

If so, would you please reach out to me? I have finally restored some of my CI support for ASDF, but I don't know how to set up my Jenkins to run against merge requests on Gitlab (if that is even possible).

I have a backlog of patches that I would like to get evaluated and merged, but could use some help with the automation.


My Best,

Dave Cooper,,
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