An OpenStack third-party CI monitoring tool
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README.rst

CI Watch

CI Watch is a CI monitoring dashboard that shows voting history for existing CIs and more.

State of the project

This project is a work in progress and the code is pretty rough in some places.

TODO

  • Add tests.
  • Use a different cache other than SimpleCache. It is not threadsafe. We should use something like redis instead.

These items are far from the only work needed for this project.

Acknowledgements

This code was originally forked from John Griffith's sos-ci project. Some of it can still be found in the code and configuration file.