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Jenkins User Conference – Save the Date

We have some exciting news to share with you! We have finalized most of the dates and locations for the 2015 Jenkins User Conference (JUC) World Tour.

Save the date(s):

  • US East (Washington DC): June 18-19
  • Europe (London): June 23-24
  • Israel: July 16 (ETA)
  • US West (Santa Clara): September 3-4

The big news? The JUC agenda has been expanded this year to cover two days! That means you get twice as many opportunities to learn how others are using Jenkins and to network with other Jenkins users.

CALL FOR PAPERS IS OPEN FOR ALL JUC CONFERENCES

We need JUC speakers! The Call for Papers is open now and you can apply here. This is an opportunity for YOU to give back to the community by sharing your Jenkins knowledge and success. Jenkins speakers contribute significantly to the overall JUC experience.

In return for speaking, you will receive free admission to the conference and fame/fortune within the Jenkins community. OK, we can’t guarantee the latter, but we can guarantee the former! Hurry and apply now, because the Call for Papers deadline for US East and Europe expires on March 22, 2015.

Not interested in speaking? Another way to contribute to the community is by letting us know who you want to hear from. Nominate or refer that amazing speaker and we’ll do the rest. Contact alytong13@gmail.com

JUC SPONSORSHIPS

Lastly, be a JUC sponsor. Any organization can do this – whether a vendor that sells into the Jenkins ecosystem or a company that has received value from Jenkins and wants to give back to the community. You can find out more here. (NOTE: JUC is not a moneymaking venture for the community – so sponsorships do make a difference.)

100K Celebration Podcast

As a part of the Jenkins 100K celebration, Dean Yu, Andrew Bayer, R. Tyler Croy, Chris Orr, and myself got together late Tuesday evening to go over the history of the project, how big the community was back then, how we grow, where we are now, and maybe a bit about future.

We got carried away and the recording became longer than we all planned. But it has some nice sound bites, back stage stories, and stuff even some of us didn't know about! I hope you'll enjoy it. The MP3 file is here, or you can use your favorite podcast app and subscribe to http://jenkins-ci.org/podcast.

100K Celebration Podcast Recording

In preparation for Jenkins 100K celebration, I'm going to record a one-time podcast with Dean Yu, Andrew Bayer, and R. Tyler Croy.

My current plan is to go over the history of the project, how big the community was back then, how we grow, where we are now, and maybe a bit about future.

But if you have any other suggestions/questions that you'd like us to discuss, you have 3 or 4 more hours to send in that suggestion! Your feedback would help us make a better recording, so please don't hesitate to tell us.

Jenkins 100K celebration pictures

In preparation of the celebration of 100K installations, 1000 plugins, and 10 years of Jenkins, we've got these images created.

I hope folks can use these images to mark the occasion! The full size pictures are here.

Jenkins Celebration Day is February 26

Congratulations! The Jenkins project officially went over the 100K active users mark sometime in January. As of January 31, we were at 102,992. YOU are one of the 100K active users!

As discussed on a couple recent project meetings, we have designated February 26 as Jenkins Celebration Day.

To make some noise, here is what we are doing starting NOW:

  • Write a blog about anything related to Jenkins. Post your blog and Tweet out a link to it. Include the hashtag #Jenkins100K in your post.
  • On February 26, we will hold a raffle and pick four names at random. The grand prize winner will get a 3D Jenkins Butler model. Five others will get their pick of Jenkins swag (up to $20) from the Jenkins online store.

OTHER WAYS TO CELEBRATE

There are a number of other things planned and we want YOU to be involved. This blog post is the central place to come for all things related to the celebration.

  • Recording – Jenkins Governance Board Dean, Tyler, Andrew and I will get together this month and record some thoughts about the Jenkins project. We will share that recording with you from this page on February 26.
  • Twitter Badge For those of us on social media that want to proudly celebrate our community, we will have a special badge that you can use for your profile image on Twitter or any of the other social media forums. Feel free to use the badge as long as you want – but let’s get as many of us using it as possible between now and February 27.
  • Social Media Images
    • CloudBees is donating a series of images that we can all push out on social media (whatever platform(s) you use).
    • Pick your favorite(s) and push them out on Twitter, Facebook, G+
  • Certificate (available on this blog post soon) Download your very own “I am part of the Jenkins 100K” certificate. Print it out and proudly display it on the wall of your cube or office.
  • Visibility The Community will also issue a press release on February 26 announcing our milestone news.
  • Sign the “card” Consider this blog a Congratulations card to the entire community. Share your thoughts in a comment on this blog about anything Jenkins-related that you wish!

This is a big milestone for the Community and one you should be proud to be part of! Let’s make some noise…

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