re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Jan 21st edition) VIEW POST

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AlloyCI has been missing from the last couple of editions of this blog post but we are always looking for contributors. If you'd like to learn Elixir, this is a great place to get started. Check us out at alloy-ci.com and github.com/alloyCI/alloy_ci/

AlloyCI / alloy_ci

Continuous Integration, Deployment, and Delivery coordinator, written in Elixir.

Alloy CI

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AlloyCI is a Continuous Integration, Deployment, and Delivery coordinator written in Elixir, that takes advantage of the GitLab CI Runner, and its capabilities as executor. It also provides its own runner, the Alloy Runner which is a fork of the GitLab CI Runner, with extra capabilities.

It aims to bridge the gap between GitLab's CI runner and GitHub. GitLab's CI runner is tightly coupled with GitLab, so it is not possible to use one of these runners from a GitHub codebase.

With AlloyCI you will be able to register one of the Runner projects to the platform connect it to one of your GitHub repositories, and have it run your CI and CD pipelines.

AlloyCI will report the status of your pipelines to your pull requests, branches, and commits, so you can always know their status, just like any other CI service.

Goals

  • To provide a clean…
 

CI in Elixir, that's cool. I will take a look at it, thanks !

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