python-jenkins now available in Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot

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James Page from Canonical has posted about python-jenkins now available Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot:

I'm pleased to announce that Python Jenkins 0.2 is available in Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot and the project has now migrated to Launchpad for bug tracking, version control and release management.

The 0.2 release includes a number of bug fixes and new methods for managing Jenkins slave node configuration remotely - this is already being used in the juju charm for Jenkins to automatically creating new slave node configuration when slave node units are added to a deployed juju environment (blog posting to follow....)

python-jenkins was originally written to automate the ROS continuous integration infrastructure. James has put in a lot of work to cleanup, extend, and package the library, and we're excited to see it more broadly available to others (it can also be installed via pip or easy_install).

You can read more about how to get started with python-jenkins in James' post and you can find the documentation on

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