Posts in 2023

  • KernelCI API Early Access

    Monday, September 04, 2023 in Posts

    Free for all Today is the beginning of the Early Access phase for the new KernelCI API. As explained briefly in the previous blog post, this is to give everyone a chance to create a user account and start using the API for beta-testing purposes. …

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  • API Transition Timeline

    Friday, July 28, 2023 in Posts

    Once upon a time, on a Thursday afternoon somewhere in Italy, a KernelCI backend API was created: commit 08c9b0879ebe81463e124308192670c0e7447e0b Author: Milo Casagrande <> Date: Thu Feb 20 16:10:41 2014 +0100 First commit. As …

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  • RFP: UX Analysis 2023 Q&A

    Thursday, July 20, 2023 in Posts

    Following the UX Analysis RFP, we’ve received a number of questions which seem worth sharing publicly in order to equally benefit all the proposals we receive. Big Picture What are your organization’s most important broader goals with …

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  • RFP: UX Analysis 2023

    Monday, May 29, 2023 in Posts

    The KernelCI project runs thousands of Linux kernel tests every day, generating a huge amount of data to help the community identify issues and trends. One way to communicate all this is through a bespoke web application that truly embodies the …

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  • KernelCI at FOSDEM 2023

    Friday, January 27, 2023 in Posts

    Taking place February 4th and 5th, FOSDEM is a fantastic event organised “by the community for the community” in Brussels, Belgium, Europe. FOSDEM provides Open Source communities a place to meet in person. The KernelCI initiative is …

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Posts in 2022

  • Now KernelCI has a dedicated SysAdmin!

    Wednesday, September 28, 2022 in Posts

    Recently, we posted about the Request For Proposals to undertake SysAdmin tasks for That process is now complete, and we are delighted to announce that the KernelCI advisory board hired Vince Hillier from Revenni Inc to conduct the …

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  • RFP: Sysadmin 2022

    Monday, June 27, 2022 in Posts

    Summary The KernelCI project relies on a number of web services which need constant maintenance. These include databases, automation tools and web dashboards for several instances. Some are hosted on dedicated virtual machines (VMs), others in the …

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Posts in 2021

  • KernelCI Hackfests

    Monday, September 20, 2021 in Posts

    KernelCI hackfests span over a few days during which a number of contributors get together to focus on upstream Linux kernel testing. So far, mainly kernel and automated test system developers have been taking part in the hackfests but anyone is …

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  • The first ever KernelCI hackfest

    Thursday, June 24, 2021 in Posts

    The first KernelCI test development and coverage hackfest took place from 27th May to 4th June 2021. For a total of seven days, developers from the KernelCI team, Google, and Collabora worked to improve many different aspects of KernelCI testing …

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  • Looking back, looking forward

    Tuesday, March 16, 2021 in Posts

    2020 was the first year of the KernelCI project under the Linux Foundation and has been an interesting one. Maybe slightly less “interesting” than the rest of the world-changing events of 2020, but it’s still been an adventure. This article aims to …

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