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Hudson hits 1.200

Posted by kohsuke on March 24, 2008 at 10:45 AM PDT

Hudson finally hit 1.200 last Friday. It's not 1.2 nor 1.2.0.0 — it's 1.200, the 201st release of Hudson since it's 1.0 release, which was a little over 3 years ago.

A few weeks back when I knew that it's approaching 200 mark, I briefly thought about giving it a longer soak time to make it a very stable release,
or perhaps adding some major RFE in this release. Or even call it 2.0. But in the end I just kept doing what I've been doing all along, and next thing I knew it was already 1.200!

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all the contributers and users for making Hudson better. Hudson came a long way, but it still got a long way to go, too. So I hope you guys will stick around.

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Good reason to thanks Kohsuke for his efforts of making his private project useful for everyone!

Yes, stapler is a web framework for RESTful web applications

Congrats, hudson is a great product and I hope it has a long future!

Happy 200 to you! :-) - eduard/o

From a happy external user, thanks :-)

w00T!

Congrats! Hudson is a regular part of my life now. May we celebrate 1.300 :-). BTW Kohsuke, saw you in the Sun lunchroom the other day with your Hudson shirt. Nice :-)

Excellent! Been using Hudson for a couple of weeks now and it's great!

Happy 200! I've been around for the last 100, and it's been a stellar experience. Definitely a good point to look back, and respect what a great achievement this tool/project is for the community. Thank you Kohsuke, and all of the commiters.

Congrats, we are using Hudson with a smile on our face

Kohshuke, Congrats on your fantastic effort. BTW, I had a quick question, Can I call stapler as some kind of a REST implementation. Sorry if my question sounds dumb.

What a good friday! (sorry)

From a happy internal user of Hudson, thanks!

Congratulations and thanks for giving us this product!